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CTO Ray Sokola on 2009 and Beyond

About this time last year I started doing a series of interviews on the blog with executives leading up to CES. This year I lucked out and had a chance to meet face to face with CTO Ray Sokola for his take on what we’ll see in 2009 and beyond. The video above (about three and a half minutes in length) shows part of my conversation with Ray. He talks about how mobility and personalization in the broadband industry will create new revenue streams, the possible effect of February’s digital TV transition, and how Metcalfe’s Law means opportunity ahead, even in a difficult economic environment.

Take a look and listen.

4 Responses

  1. [...] service providers are looking at the upcoming broadcast digital transition as a major opportunity to convert OTA TV viewers into pay-TV subscribers. Since analog consumers already have to make a change, it’s a good [...]

  2. [...] the continuation of our series of executive interviews, I spoke with Motorola’s Fred Wright last week on WiMAX milestones in 2008, and the prospects [...]

  3. Hey Ray

    From New Mexico. How’s you doing and how’s
    Maryann and Brad. Email me. Lost your address and
    number. Biz Phone is 505-299-1156

  4. Ray, I am trying to locate MaryAnn. Can you pass my email address on to her so she can contact me.and I can reconnect with her. I did the stenciling in your home in Indy back in the late ’80s

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