The Office of Communications Business Opportunities promotes competition and innovation in telecommunications ownership and information services. The office also supports opportunities for small, women-owned, and minority-owned communications businesses.
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Recognizing Innovators During Black and Women's History Month
For Black History and Women's History Month, we celebrate and highlight entrepreneurs and innovators who have contributed to the evolution of technology. These inventors created tools that are not only at the forefront of devices that we use, but underlie technologies and communications that are woven into the fabric of our daily lives.
- Roy Clay Sr., Developer of Hewlett Packard’s First Minicomputer
- Marian Rogers Croak, Ph.D., Inventor of VoIP
- W. Lincoln Hawkins, Polymer Cable Sheath
- Shirley Ann Jackson, Ph.D., Telecommunications Research
- Victor B. Lawrence, Ph.D., Signal Processing in Telecommunications
- Valerie L. Thomas, Satellite Image Technology
- James E. West, Ph.D, Acoustical Science Inventor, Electret Microphone
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