TMC Wishes Greg Galitzine a Fond Farewell

For nearly 13 years, Greg Galitzine has been a tremendously valuable part of the TMC team. His career started as an editor for CTI Magazine in 1996. Where he reported on the collision of the computer and communications spaces including what we called IP telephony back in the day. In 1997 we convened a meeting with Greg to explore whether it made sense to launch a publication in the IP telephony space. The outcome of the meeting was to launch what we hoped would become a cornerstone of what we hoped would be a new industry – Internet Telephony Magazine.

Greg became the editor of this publication and had the vision to see this is where the industry was going. Many companies in the communications space told us we were nuts for launching this publication as at the time there was no industry, just a few nerds calling each other on softphones.

Lo and behold, over the past decade this nerdy, niche technology revolutionized telecom to the point where business models have changed, new entrants have come into the telecom market and entire industries were transformed through international outsourcing made possible by inexpensive VoIP-based telephony.

In the last few years, Greg did a great job helping transform TMCnet into a major web force in communications and technology news. We are grateful to him for the years he has put in.

I am very happy for Greg as recently he has been given a great opportunity which involves a move to a new industry altogether. Galitzine has accepted a position with ISA, Inc., a prime contractor to the National Nuclear Security Administration and working in about 18 countries through Central and Eastern Europe to identify and interdict the illegal movement of materials for weapons of mass destruction. Greg will be taking his analytical and editorial skills to a higher level, contributing to national-level policy and operational support analysis for these major international nonproliferation undertakings.

While we all selfishly wish Greg wouldn’t move on, we are happy for him and are sure he will make a tremendous impact in his new position.

  • looksgood
    May 7, 2009 at 11:47 am

    we’ll miss you gg. voip is still the future. can we entice you to stay with a free plastic surgery?

  • Karin Taylor
    May 15, 2009 at 11:11 pm

    Wow – impressive gig for Greg! We will miss him, that’s for sure! Too bad the old TV show “What’s My Line” is no longer around – Greg would stump them for sure. A fond farewell indeed, friend.

  • Jaymie Scotto
    May 29, 2009 at 12:22 pm

    We will miss you Greg! You have been an outstanding journalist for our industry and a wonderful asset to TMC. We will miss your witty blogs and your refreshing insight on today’s technologies. Good luck with your new endeavor; it certainly sounds like your hard work could be making the world safer. So best best of luck!
    Sincerely, Jaymie, Ilissa and the team here at JS&A (Jaymie Scotto & Associates)

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