A veteran of both the music and telecommunications industries, Don Holloway is a Vice President for TEOCO, a leading supplier of network technology for the telecommunications industry. He is a member of the Association of Strategic Alliance Professionals, and the Association for Computing Machinery, where he is active in their mobile community. He is also an Associate of the Enterprise Systems Center at Lehigh University, where his research has focused on using technology to help create and manage collaborative business communities.
Obsessed with music and technology from an early age, Don was involved in early development of the computer music labs at Columbia and Princeton Universities, and helped commercialize music technologies that included FM digital synthesis, digital recording, and in-ear monitoring. He worked with a broad range of musicians, such as Bonjovi, Celine Dion, Stevie Wonder, Peter Gabriel, and other leading pop artists, but also with commercial electronics research and development at the RCA David Sarnoff Labs and AT&T’s Bell Labs.
His work in the telecommunications industry has included stints at Lucent and Telcordia, in addition to his current role at TEOCO. He has been involved with automation for ATM and frame relay provisioning, mobile application ecosystems, and enterprise mobile network initiatives. Don is currently focused on helping to create the next generation of wireless network data infrastructure which will support complex identities and networks that adapt themselves to changing user needs.
Don has a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from the Thomas Edison State College in New Jersey, and an MBA from Lehigh University. Don lives with his wife Karen, two dogs, and various combinations of his children, friends, and family at their home in Newtown, Pennsylvania. He is also a proud member of the Osage tribe.