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Chuck Hasek

T-Mobile
Chuck is the Vice President, Video Technology at T-Mobile, US and located in Denver, CO.  As Vice President of the Video Technology group, he is responsible for leading the technology group for the design and development of the video platform that provides video for the T-Mobile video service. The team is focused on advancing and developing the latest IP video technologies such as Content Delivery Networks (CDN), Content Acquisition, Video Encoding and Compression, Content/Network Security, Dynamic Ad Insertion (DAI), Alternate Content and many more video systems.

Before the acquisition by T-Mobile, Chuck spent 5 years as Senior Vice President of the Video Technology group, he is responsible for leading the design, development and operations group for of the video systems, network, systems and infrastructure for THE next generation IP video platform. The team is focused on advancing and developing the latest IP video, network and data center technologies, virtualized compute platforms and other cutting-edge technologies to deliver an unparalleled video experience.

Prior to Layer3 TV, Chuck spent 10 years as a Principal Architect, Video Systems in the Time Warner Cable Architecture, Development and Engineering Group located in Broomfield, CO. As part of the AD&E group, he was responsible for the architecture and development in the areas of Video Encoding and Compression, Content Encryption and Protection, Content Delivery Networks (CDN), VOD and other video system platforms. During his tenure at TWC, Chuck conceived, architected, developed and deployed the largest live streaming television ABR and CDN platform of its time. Additionally, Chuck contributed to three Emmy winning technologies and products.

Before Time Warner Cable, Chuck worked for the Mystro TV Group and was involved with developing and engineering the Mystro Network DVR (NDVR) product (which later evolved into Emmy winning TWC Start Over and Look Back products). Preceding Mystro TV, he worked for Adelphia Communications as a Corporate Engineer responsible for developing, engineering, evaluating and testing of advanced video systems. Earlier in his career he was a field network engineer for ReFlex Communications, an early broadband ISP start-up on the West Coast.

With over 20 years in the cable and telecommunications industry, Chuck looks forward to continuing his pioneering work of defining and developing the next generation video content experience. He has over forty U.S. patents in the cable and media technology space with many more patents in various stages of filing. Chuck earned a Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering, Cum Laude, from the University of Pittsburgh.

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Wednesday, May 15
 

1:30pm