Time Warner Cable ATG West Part 6: Home Networking with Louis Williamson
Louis Williamson, VP of Advanced Engineering for Time Warner Cable (and, as an aside, the guy who figured out how to move video over fiber optic cable in the mid-1980s) explains new technologies developed home networking capabilities. TWC’s new set top boxes and (code named) “Santa Monica” design converge products and information, so that viewers can link all content in the house, and access it from the TV, or the PC, or the handheld. Directed and produced by the fabulous David Knappe with equally fabulous Joe Bondulich on camera and lighting.
Video courtesy Multichannel News.
CTAM Summit 2000: Home Networking, Part 1 (Terry Shaw, Susan Marshall)
Here’s another one that’s a combination of funny and embarrassing to watch and post, so many years after it happened. An outdoor (hence the squinting) interview somewhere in California with Dr. Terry Shaw, Keeper of the Bandwidth at CableLabs, but in this phase of his career he’s Mister Home Networking. We’re discussing the potential for a marketplace of wired and wireless home networks that would let you connect up all your stuff. Classic. NOTE: Yes that is Susan Marshall who walks into the shot at about 2 minutes in. Hi Susan. 🙂
Video courtesy The Cable Channel.