Barney Dewey

Barney L. Dewey
Partner, Andrew Seybold, Inc.

Barney Dewey has been involved on both the communications and computing industries for more than forty years. In 1997, he joined the Andrew Seybold Group, LLC, a highly regarded consulting firm specializing in the connected mobility space where mobile computing and advanced communications technologies meet. He also joined Andrew Seybold’s Outlook, Inc., the newsletter and conference company that produces the Andrew Seybold Wireless University in conjunction with CTIA conferences. In July 2000, Mr. Dewey and Mr. Seybold launched Forbes/Andrew Seybold’s Wireless Outlook, a monthly newsletter published jointly with Forbes.

Prior to joining Andrew Seybold in the 1990s, Mr. Dewey was responsible for the communications and connectivity strategy for the Apple’s Newton handheld computer. He served as vice president for Notable Technologies, Inc. where he was responsible for developing and implementing a new wireless-based business direction for the company. As vice president at Calera Recognition Systems, he led the product strategy activities and the marketing team and brought a number of new OCR products to market.

During the 1980s, Mr. Dewey led the peripheral products marketing group at Apple Computer. He also held a senior position in Apple’s new business development group where he led the product strategy and planning for a number of new business proposals in computing and communications. These included wireless push services, multimedia services, and satellite information delivery.

Mr. Dewey spent ten years with Motorola designing and implementing wireless and data communications systems. He worked in the broadcast industry for more than twelve years as a station Chief Engineer. Mr. Dewey received a Bachelor of Science and an MBA from California State University, Long Beach in 1971 and 1977 respectively. Mr. Dewey has held a General Radiotelephone Operator License issued by the FCC for nearly forty years.