Nara Won, a technology veteran who blends senior level business development experience with rich engineering expertise, has been named Vice President, Business Development and Strategy for Alticast’s operations throughout the Americas.
“Nara Won will play an integral role in addressing our work with operators in the North American and LATAM markets,” said John Carlucci, president and CTO of Alticast US. “His strong engineering background, his proven ability to understand industry trends, and his focus on addressing customer needs all will help us capitalize on next-generation video opportunities.”
Won, who most recently had been vice president, business development for Humax Americas, was responsible for the company’s cable industry business activities, including the rollout of STB, gateway, IoT and media hub solutions. Previously, he had spent more than a decade with Texas Instruments growing from chief application engineer to application manager covering, MP3 CD Player, Digital Still Camera, 3D Sensors, Gesture Recognition, Virtual PC, and etc. Prior to Texas Instruments, he held engineering positions with NHN and Hynix. Won holds Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Computer Science from the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST).
In addition to Won, Alticast also announced two other personnel appointments within its Americas unit: the promotions of 15 year Alticast veteran, Jae Park to vice president, business development and of industry veteran Mike Fallon to vice president, technical service.