Worldcast.tv is a privately held technology company that has developed a platform that provides a very eﬃcient and scalable method for Internet steaming distribution. Worldcast’s unique SMART software solution adds enhanced security, reliability, quality, and statistical accountability to legacy Multipoint Internet transmissions. It is also far more cost eﬀective to operate and is easily implemented using existing infrastructures.
World Multicast, Inc. (WMI) dba Worldcast.tv www.worldmulticast.com
Ian is a futurist and the holder of five U.S. patents surrounding a Secure, Reliable, and Accountable Multipoint Transport. This disruptive technology enables large-scale transmission(s) on Public Infrastructure while simultaneously accommodating industry needs for reliability, accountability and security. Ian had been involved in making the Internet better by serving as chair of the research project to create a “Discovery Protocol for the Directory of Persistent Objects” (DP-DPO). The DP-DPO had accomplished members Vinton Cerf, Paul Vixie and Dr. Kevin Almeroth.
An Internet pioneer, David Cheriton, created the first Multipoint Internet Transport, “IP Multicast,” which was then championed at the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) by Stephen Deering, who was later joined by Dino Farinacci (MSDP), and Deborah Estrin (PIM). Their work created a foundation for point-to-multipoint Internet transmissions IP Multicast (PIM-SM/MSDP).
As the CTO of Worldcast.tv, Ian has expanded the usefulness of these Internet pioneers’ original work by creating an Internet protocol “SMARTcast” that will render any point-to-multipoint IP transmission (again) secure, reliable and accountable. This invention makes Multicast Internet technology (or any multipoint transmissions, such as Software Defined Routing) universally applicable, and supportive of the current broadcast business models and/or future persistent data models.
Brian has extensive experience in C/C++ programming and networking. As well an expansive knowledge in video streaming technologies such as Windows Media, h.264, and HTTP Live Streaming. Brian developed the proprietary Video/Media Encoding software that is used in Worldcast.tv technology. Brian graduated Magna Cum Laude in Computer Science and Mathematics from the University of Minnesota, Mankato.
Gregory E. Tennant
Greg’s experience in sales and operations in the high-tech, financial services, and banking industries spans many years. Prior to Worldcast.tv, Greg was with JPMorgan Chase as a Loan Officer. As a banker at Bank of America, he earned top producer awards and status as a Gold Club member; his last position at BofA was AVP, Banking Center Manager. As Regional Loan Production Manager for Downey Savings, Greg opened three real estate loan offices in Northern California. His experience in the technology sector includes the sales of Cisco Systems networking hardware and services for Planetary Networks, as well as Direct Sales Manager of software sales for Passport Designs.
David has many years of experience in graphic design, advertising and marketing, and has worked with a broad range of consumer package goods, high-tech and service companies. Before his involvement with Worldcast.tv, David was a senior partner at Danford.Madison.Sproul, and is the founder and President of Ram Design Group. David earned his BS degree at Southern Oregon University and completed his postgraduate studies at the Academy of Art University in San Francisco.
Ken is an international technology CEO & COO with a dynamic professional career in both private and public companies. During his career, he has lived and worked in the U.S., Asia, India, and Europe, working with governments, accessing capital markets, and building shareholder value and confidence. As CEO, he has directly established sales in global audiences and operations from startup to over 7,000 employees. Ken was a Senior Vice President of Corporate Development for Seagate Corporation, COO and Executive Vice President of Worldwide Operations for SyQuest Technology, CEO of Casino Data Systems, President of Communications Systems International, and Founder & CEO of Disc Materials Technology (acquired by Komag), as well as Chairman of Rossi Hardesty Financial. He was founder/CEO of Data Magnetics Corporation/Atlas Industries, a company he took public in 1987. Ken specializes in manufacturing, software, technology, medical device and wireless companies, with the objective of maximizing enterprise value.
Capt. Joseph Jones (USCG Ret.)
During his 30+ year career in the government sector, Capt. Jones acquired extensive diplomatic and international experience. He held the position of Commander of three U.S. Coast Guard Cutters, served as a USCG Officer, and was a Senior Officer for the Department of Transportation and Homeland Security. Since retiring from the USCG in 2004 and transitioning into the private sector, Capt. Jones has served as a Senior Market Manager for the Battelle Memorial Institute and as VP for Maritime and Port Security. He holds a BS from the USCG Academy, an MBA from Yale University, and an MA from the U.S. Naval War College. Capt. Jones is the first African American to command a modern USCG High Endurance Cutter since the service was established in 1790, and is the holder of meritorious medals and distinguished awards. He is fluent in the Spanish language.