New CTO for Alticast Brings New Direction

Mar 26, 2012, 17:00 ET from Alticast

BROOMFIELD, Colo., March 26, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Alticast, the leader in Interactive TV and Blu-ray™ solutions announced that John Carlucci has joined the company as the Chief Technical Officer, Americas.

Carlucci who most recently was the Chief Technology Officer for ClearLeap, brings over twenty years of both vendor and operator experience to Alticast.

"John has been a leader and visionary in the cable TV industry, from pioneering OCAP to IP and cloud technology. " said David Housman CEO of Alticast, Inc.  "We believe John's experience along with his understanding of our customers needs will assist Alticast in creating the next generation of products and technologies for the industry."

Carlucci has had both vendor and operator experience having worked at Time Warner for many years as Chief Network Architect and Senior Director of Engineering. He also worked at Policypher as Vice President of Engineering and held positions at BigBand, Divicom/Harmonic and Sony.

Alticast's history in the field of Interactive TV Software and Solutions has seen the company grow since its inception in 1999. Over the last decade, Alticast has successfully deployed a variety of products into the growing Digital TV Market; User Interfaces, Applications, iTV Server Systems, Set-Top Boxes and iDTV Hybrid middleware. It has also deployed a host of complementary products around broadcaster and network operators needs for better analytics, the new Multi-Screen environments, as well as Social Networking and Interactive Advertising across Cable, Satellite, IPTV, and Terrestrial. Alticast offers a complete eco-system based on its next generation service delivery platform to meet the ever-changing market requirements. The latest OTT deployments and "TV everywhere" see Alticast adding new products in the field of browsers, Android and HTML5. Alticast is headquartered in Seoul, South Korea with offices in Denver-USA, Kronberg-Germany, Taipei-Taiwan and Shenzen-China.

SOURCE Alticast