Danny Windham


About the Author

Danny Windham joined Digium in February, 2007 as CEO. In this role, Windham is responsible for setting corporate strategy and executing day to day business operations. Prior to joining Digium, Windham served as president and chief operating officer of ADTRAN, a global provider of networking and communications equipment. Windham joined ADTRAN in 1989 following ADTRAN's successful acquisition of Processing Telecom Technologies, a company Windham co-founded in 1986. Prior to becoming president/COO in 2005, Windham served as the senior vice president and general manager of the Enterprise Networks Division. Windham holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from Mississippi State University where he was named a Distinguished Engineering Fellow in 2001 and also holds an MBA from Florida Tech.

Microsoft plus Skype, equals Microsoft

By Danny Windham

The simple equation of the Skype acquisition: Microsoft + Skype = MICROSOFT Our industry segment is abuzz with actual and wannabe industry analysts attempting to decipher the true strategy behind

Digium Update – Wednesday May 3rd – Back in Business

By Danny Windham

As of last evening, power was restored to the Digium building!  By noon today we should have the facility and all systems transferred back to commercial power and once again

Digium Update – Tuesday May 3rd

By Danny Windham

As Digium moves into day 6 without commercial power, the Digium team has become quite adept at operating in the presence of constrained resources.  While circumstances around us continue to

Digium Update – Monday May 2nd

By Danny Windham

Efforts continue today across North Alabama as the region struggles to recover from last week’s storms. The communications infrastructure is greatly improved and power has now been restored to a

Digium Update – Friday April 29

By Danny Windham

Following Wednesday’s violent weather, Digium continues to operate with a skeleton staff.  As of this morning, power to the region has not been restored, and local carriers and ISPs are