Daniel Moss is the Project Manager, of Broadband Technologies at the University of New Hampshire InterOperability Laboratory (UNH-IOL). As an undergraduate student at UNH, Daniel began work at the UNH-IOL in 2012 in the DSL Consortium where he became the principal developer of the IOL’s DSL testing automation, working closely with and Automating/Performing testing such as TR249 (G.Vector), TR100 (ADSL2+ Performance), and TR114 (VDSL2 Performance testing.)
After obtaining his Bachelors of Science Degree in Computer Science, Daniel continued his education and involvement with the Lab becoming a Graduate Research Assistant at the IOL. Dan continues to pursue his Masters in Computer Science at UNH. In March 2016 Dan took over a Management role at the IOL’s DSL Consortium, overseeing management of Student employees in both testing of DSL technology and further development of DSL testing automation tools.