DAVID NASON

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A proven leader in dynamic, high-growth software companies, with success at early-stage companies as well as multi-national corporations, including Microsoft, Packard Bell NEC, and Carnegie Mellon University I have more than 25 years of experience as an executive and senior technologist. My skills include developing robust, scalable information technology products, and designing and managing software development lifecycles from inception to delivery. I served for several years in the US Army, I was educated at Carnegie Mellon University, and I am author and inventor on more than 35 issued US and international patents, with several more patents pending.


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BLDG25

2014 — present

Chief Technology Officer / Director of Development

At Bldg25, I am part of a team comprised of industry experts in a range of design disciplines, a broad base of knowledge, skills and expertise with a sole focus: creating business value. Projects include web and app development for e-learning, e-commerce, banking, and gamification (PHP, C#, ASP.net, Javascript, MySQL) and incorporating learning, commerce, and content management system platforms and frameworks (Drupal, eFront, Moodle, SilverStripe, among others). Bldg25's clients range from small firms to Fortune 500 companies looking for creative solutions that solve their toughest business challenges and move their businesses forward.
Go to Bldg25's website....


Akili Software, Inc.

2015 — present

Chief Technology Officer / Board Member

At Akili, I lead a multi-national team of subject-matter experts designing and building Savii Care, web and mobile end-to-end workflow management tools for private duty home care agencies. Savii Care simplifies and supports the work of caregivers, supervisors, and managers by consolidating multiple tools in a SaaS platform. Savii Care's streamlined solution allows care providers to focus on delivering exceptional client care.
Go to Akili's website....


Nason.net Consultants, LLC

2002 — present

Principal
  • Technology and Strategic Planning and Due Diligence
  • Patent and Intellectual Property Development and Analysis
  • Technology Product and Project Management
  • Emerging Technology Evaluation
  • Agile Software Development and Quality Assurance
  • Web Design and Development
  • IT Strategy and Implementation

The increased scrutiny on companies from shareholders, board of directors, audit committees, and regulatory bodies, combined with dynamic market conditions, are creating an increased demand for technology performance and execution, compliance and risk mitigation, and keeping up with technology updates. As a result, companies may find themselves in need of C-level services. Nason.net provides technology executive services - Chief Technology Officer (CTO) and Chief Operating Officer (COO) - to small and medium sized companies and non-profit organizations, advancing the company's vision, strategy, intellectual property, software and architecture through advanced technology assessment and research, technical due diligence, fund-raising, and business development assessments, as well as providing start-ups and other high-growth organizations with strong skills in the strategic, tactical, and management aspects of technology and the technology planning and management expertise required to build and execute a technology-based business plan. Nason.net also provides small organizations with high-caliber software and web development assets.

  • ArtsPerfect - fractional CTO - I lead product development and technology strategy for ArtsPerfect's product line which simplifies the process of finding and buying art and wall decor - for consumers, businesses, and clients of interior-design agencies. ArtsPerfect's web and SaaS model (MVC, PHP, MySQL, PrestaShop) helps customers save time, reducing costs and enhancing their ability to find the art that matches their needs and desires. Innovative web and mobile sales channels promote the buying decision and improve the customer experience based on superior personalization, search, product visualization and merchandising of the product.
  • LivingCare - fractional CTO - I developed technology strategy for the corporate headquarters and each of eight properties in Washington, Oregon, California, Texas, and Hawaii, and created each website (HTML5, CSS3, PHP, and MySQL), including highly successful SEO/SEM and Google/Bing analytics campaigns, as well as complete restructuring of IT infrastructure in legacy properties and deployment of cutting-edge IT infrastructure.
  • SlingShop - fractional CTO - I led development of Diggity.com social content-management site (MVC, C#, ASP.net, MySQL, using AWS, Rackspace, MongoDB), Currently.am interest-based social-aggregator/machine-learning site (MVC, HTML5, CSS3, PHP, WSDL, REST, SQL) and product catalog (Amazon/Zend), and Fanatic.co social sports app (iPhone, Objective-C). Managed multiple development projects with teams in WA, NC, and NM.
  • Alliance Enterprises - consulting COO - I directed operational policies, objectives, initiatives, and the development of the organization to ensure future growth. I led the company's day-to-day operating activities, including revenue and sales growth, cost and margin control, attainment of short- and long-term financial and operational goals, and maintaining focus and alignment with customer and market needs. I restructured the company to align it with market and product goals, and instituted best practices for all departments, from product development and testing, to customer relations, HR, finance and infrastructure. I reorganized software engineering to implement Agile methods to more effectively develop the company's web-based Aware case management system product line.
  • Conenza - consulting CTO - I led the development of the Conenza Community Platform (Cocoon, Spring, Hibernate, Java) for enterprises, implementing best-practices expertise and Agile software development to create a trusted online community where professional and personal connections, collaboration and business opportunities thrive, driving successfully to complete production and delivery to Conenza's first customers: Accenture, Goldman Sachs, and Genentech. I developed technology strategy, established vision, objectives, and strategies for technology development, and defined and implemented international product strategy. I was the evangelist in fundraising, marketing, and business development, and established strategic relationships for investment and product adoption. I led the enterprise-wide software development organization including on- and off-shore personnel (Seattle, Bangalore).
  • iNuntius - consulting Vice President of Product Development - I led teams of talented engineers, business professionals and industry visionaries with extensive experience in successfully launching and deploying new technologies and products. iNuntius' Tornado high-performance VoIP (SIP) enhanced message and communication solutions include email, voicemail, faxing, paging, and short text messaging to empower consumers by allowing them access to messages, content, and information from any device and location.
Go to Nason.net Consultants' website...


RDI Labs, Inc.

2011 — 2015

Chief Operating Officer & Chief Technology Officer
  • Co-founder
  • Chief technologist developing technology strategy and product roadmap
  • Establishing corporate vision, objectives, and strategies
  • Developing and prosecuting intellectual property portfolio
  • Principal developer of all software products, demos and APIs

At RDI Labs, I led product development, software engineering, and testing activities, and provided strategic and tactical direction for all technology developments. I developed RDI's Query Engine products, software methods revolutionizing how information systems capture, filter, retrieve, analyze, and present quantitative and qualitative data. The Query Engine APIs, developed following MVC patterns and architecture and written primarily in PHP and C#, provide interfaces for development across a number of very large vertical software segments. Examples written in HTML5, CSS3, PHP and MySQL, and demonstrating responsive Ajax applications include Stream Manager social media monitoring application, eShop Camera Store e-commerce product catalog search with Amazon/Zend/Magento carts, and Job Match full-spectrum employer-candidate matching application. RDI has one issued U.S. Patent and I co-authored and filed 6 additional patent applications.
Go to RDI Labs' website and Product Showcase.


TeraHop Networks, Inc.

2009 — 2011

Chief Operating Officer & Chief Technology Officer
  • Chief operating officer managing the organization
  • Chief technologist defining and implementing product strategy
  • Established corporate vision, objectives, and strategies
  • Developed technology strategy and product roadmap
  • Developed and prosecuted intellectual property portfolio
  • Led the research team in new technology invention and development
  • Patent portfolio acquired by Google, company closed when funding parent ceased operations

Developing TeraHop's wireless ad hoc mesh networking product lines, I served as both Chief Operating Officer and Chief Technology Officer. As COO, I established TeraHop's objectives, plans, and policies. I managed the operation of all departments, including project management, product development, finance and operations, to ensure alignment with customer and market needs. I provided guidance, direction, and authorization to carry out major plans and procedures. As CTO, I provided strategic and tactical direction for all technology developments, leading product development, hardware and software engineering, and testing activities.
Go to TeraHop Networks' website...


DeltaPoint, Inc.

2009 — 2010

Chief Technology Officer
  • Co-founder
  • Developed technology strategy and roadmap
  • Established vision, objectives, and strategies for technology development
  • Defined and implemented international product strategy
  • Evangelist in fundraising, marketing, and business development
  • Established strategic relationships for investment and product adoption
  • Company sold to a medical research institution in 2010

As the CTO at this early stage medical technology company, developing a non-invasive method for diagnosing and monitoring cancer, I led all technology developments, commercializing a patent-pending cancer diagnostic imaging biomarker. DeltaPoint's diagnostic software performs "virtual biopsies" on suspected cancers, starting with breast cancer, by analyzing dynamic contrast enhanced magnetic resonance imaging (DCE-MRI) data. The biomarker is the first to reliably and non-invasively discriminate benign from malignant tumors. Product designed as SaaS platform developed using Matlab, MSVC, HTML5, CSS3.
Go to DeltaPoint's website...


Conenza, Inc.

2007 — 2008

Chief Technology Officer
  • Developed technology strategy
  • Established vision, objectives, and strategies for technology development
  • Defined and implemented international product strategy
  • Evangelist in fundraising, marketing, and business development
  • Established strategic relationships for investment and product adoption
  • Led enterprise-wide software development organization including on- and off-shore personnel (Seattle, Bangalore)

In an executive consultant position as the CTO at this social networking software company, I provided strategies for all technology developments, led product development, software engineering, and testing activities, focusing manpower on high-level goals. I led the development of the Conenza Community Platform for enterprises, implementing best-practices expertise and Agile software development to create a trusted online community where professional and personal connections, collaboration and business opportunities thrive, driving successfully to complete production and delivery to Conenza's first customers: Accenture, Goldman Sachs, and Genentech.


eAcceleration Corporation

2004 — 2007

Chief Operating Officer and Chief Technology Officer
  • Chief operating officer managing 250+ person matrix-style organization
  • Established vision, objectives, and strategies for technology development
  • Chief technologist defined and implemented international product strategy
  • Developed technology strategy
  • Developed and prosecuted intellectual property portfolio
  • Led the research team in new technology invention and development
  • Led enterprise-wide software development organization consisting of 50 local software engineers and testers and over 100 in remote locations (Seattle, Kiev, Moscow, Dubna)
  • Established world-class real-time customer and technical support organization
  • Reversed negative cash-flow, reaching $5M profit ($20M revenue)
  • Reversed customer attrition, resulting in net 50k annual customer-base growth

At this computer security software company, I was both Chief Operating Officer and Chief Technology Officer. As COO, I established eAcceleration's current and long range objectives, plans, and policies. I created a vision for the company and plans for implementation of projects and product lines as well as revenue and sales growth. I managed the operation of all departments, including product development, sales, and support, to ensure alignment with customer and market needs. As CTO, I provided strategic direction for all technological developments, led product development, software engineering, and testing activities, determined security policies, analyzed new technologies and performed competitive analyses, focusing manpower on high-level goals. At eAcceleration, I wrote and filed two U.S. Patent applications, one of which has been granted to date.


iNuntius, Inc.

2003 — 2004

Vice President of Product Development
  • Developed technology strategy for new VoIP (SIP) product
  • Created new strategic alliances and contract relationships for nation-wide VoIP roll-out
  • Defined and implemented product strategy for international roll-out of UM technologies

As an executive consultant serving as Vice President of Product Development for this technology startup company, I led teams of talented engineers, business professionals and industry visionaries with extensive experience in successfully launching and deploying new technologies and products. iNuntius' high-performance Voice-over-IP (VoIP) enhanced message and communication solutions include email, voicemail, faxing, paging, and short text messaging to empower consumers by allowing them access to messages, content, and information from any device and location.


Medius, Inc.

2002 — 2003

Chief Technology Officer
  • Inventor of core technology
  • Developed technology and intellectual property strategy
  • Designed Partner SDK supporting development on Windows and Linux
  • Evangelist in fundraising, marketing, and business development

As Chief Technology Officer of this technology startup company, I was the principal architect of Medius' patent-pending real-time Critical Decision Systems. I built and led the research and development teams that created the Medius Software Platform and the SDKs that enable our partners and customers to roll out applications and services. Medius' patent-pending technologies include multi-sensor fusion, image processing, feature extraction, and threat assessment. Medius' technologies are highly portable and flexible, reducing cost of implementation while enhancing productivity, security, safety, and convenience in customer products. Medius' market focus includes the Automotive, Defense, Security, and Manufacturing sectors.


xSides Corporation

1998 — 2002

Chief Technology Officer and Chief Scientist, Co-Founder
  • Invented, developed, and patented core xSides technologies
  • Co-founder, company and intellectual property spin-off from Packard Bell NEC
  • Developed technology strategy
  • Developed and prosecuted intellectual property portfolio
  • Led the research team of 20 research scientists in new technology invention and development
  • Managed product development organization of 120 software engineers
  • Architected the cross-platform client for Windows, Macintosh, Linux, VxWorks, WinCE/TVPak
  • Designed the server for multiple platforms: Linux/Solaris (Websphere, J2EE) and Windows Server (IIS, ISAPI)
  • Designed Partner SDK supporting development in Personal Java, QT, ANT, C++
  • Invented and patented secure display and I/O technologies
  • Designed secure XML transport layer
  • Architected secure microkernel and enterprise security products
  • Established strategic relationships for investment and product adoption
  • Technical Evangelist in fundraising, marketing, and business development

As a founder and Chief Technology Officer of this technology startup company spun off from Packard Bell NEC, I am the inventor and principal architect of xSides Corporation's unique and proprietary display technologies and the author of its intellectual property portfolio. As the CTO, I built and led the research and development teams that created the xSides software platform and the SDKs that enable our partners and developers to roll out applications and services integrated into the xSides platform. The xSides platform is a patented technology that takes control of the screen display away from the installed operating-system and provides the highest level of screen priority and security to customers' offerings, helping them create a more convenient and secure channel for the delivery of corporate communications, applications, Web-based services, and protected digital content.

In my roles as CTO and Chief Scientist, I wrote and filed over 50 patent applications. To date, 24 U.S. Patents have been granted (16 of those were allowed on the first Office Action), and 10 International Patents.
Go to xSides' website...


Packard Bell NEC

1994 — 1998

Vice President of Development
  • Architected Packard Bell NEC Navigator product line - shipped over 50 million copies
  • Localized software products in 28 languages (including DBCS and Unicode)
  • Developed data mechanisms to flexibly support all locales, including multiple-language, from single source
  • Developed software R&D strategy
  • Managed enterprise-wide software development organization consisting of 100 local software engineers and over 200 in remote locations (Seattle, Los Angeles, Tokyo, Tel Aviv, Singapore)
  • Established enterprise-wide system design, software process and practices
  • Left Packard Bell NEC to spin-off new xSides technology invention

As Vice President of Development for Packard Bell NEC's User Interface Division (formed by acquisition and dba Ark Interface II, Inc), I was the principal software architect of their well-known product offerings, including Packard Bell Navigator and Planet Oasis. Our products shipped on more than 50 million machines in 5 years, in 28 languages on 6 continents, selling in retail outlets worldwide and bundled on 3 major OEM brands.

My role as Vice President of Development included research into new technology and product ideas. This ranged from developing new ideas through relationships with other organizations (e.g., video card OEMs, modem manufacturers, games developers, BIOS manufacturers) to creating and prototyping new ideas in our open-research labs.


Ark Interface, Inc.

1993 — 1994**

Vice President of Development, Chief Engineer
  • Architected Ark Workspace and Ark Kidspace - retail "shrink-wrapped" products
  • Architected Packard Bell Navigator product line - received critical acclaim worldwide
  • Developed technology and intellectual property strategy
  • Managed rapidly growing software development organization of 20-80 software engineers
  • Established technical exchange and interaction with strategic partners worldwide
  • Established system design, software process and practices
  • Joined this small startup when it decided to move from Macintosh to Windows products
  • Acquired by Packard Bell NEC

In my roles as Chief Engineer and Vice President of Development, I was the principal architect of Ark Interface's well-known product lines. Brand-specific products, such as Ark Workspace, Ark Kidspace, Packard Bell Navigator, Epson FocalPoint, and NEC's Kidspace and Deskspace took full advantage of the power and technology available in modern personal computer systems. Ark's retail products were highly successful in the market, in part due to the rigorous compatibility testing they received prior to release. After acquisition by Packard Bell Corporation, I built the small design and development team into a world-class development division. In my role as Vice President I organized the development operations strategy and built key corporate partnerships. Ark Interface has two U.S. Patents issued on Graphical User Interface.


Software Grove Corporation

1993 — 1994

Vice President of Research & Development, Co-Founder
  • Co-founder and inventor of core technology
  • Real-Time chat and email communications system
  • One of the first internet systems to interface with VoiceMail systems
  • Developed technology and intellectual property strategy
  • Left the company (remained on the board) when assets and intellectual property were acquired by our largest client

As the architect and developer of Software Grove Corporation's popular Messages product line, I designed and developed a family of user-friendly, graphical applications. These electronic mail and realtime chat products, accommodating a broad, horizontal market spectrum, were developed on the PC using Microsoft Windows. Subsequent releases included versions running on the Macintosh, TabletPC, Windows CE-compatible PDA, and Unix-XWindows. As co-founder and Vice-President of Research and Development at Software Grove Corporation, I established the company's product design and development strategy until the company and its intellectual property were acquired in 1994, after which I continued to serve on the Board of Directors.


Scott & Scott Consultants, Inc.

1990 — 1993

Manager of Advanced Technologies, Principal Analyst
  • Developed technology and product strategy
  • Established new strategic relationships for technology adoption
  • Managed research and development organization of 12 software and power engineers
  • Architected Windows and AIX applications for worldwide distribution
  • Power analysis product line had largest market-share of World Bank business
  • Recruited from Microsoft for the opportunity to travel and benefit the third-world
  • Left when company was acquired by largest competitor

I designed and developed Scott & Scott's power engineering products, including Distribution Primary Analysis and Graphics (DPA/G), Contingency Analysis, and Optimal Switching Analysis: a family of interactive products designed for engineers to be used for short- and long-range planning, design, simulation and operation studies of electrical distribution systems; and established the company's research organization, developing new products and expanding the existing product line onto new, high-end platforms such as IBM's RISC 6000 series and InterGraph's workstations, running Unix with OSF/Motif and Microsoft Windows/NT. These new products were designed and developed to create a real-time interactive electrical distribution analysis system networking Unix/Motif and Microsoft Windows products with SCADA systems.


Microsoft Corporation

1988 — 1990

Technical Director, Multimedia
  • Architected Macintosh and Windows multimedia applications, including Microsoft Bookshelf
  • Designed Windows multimedia application toolkit
  • Led development teams of 30 software design engineers
  • Established strategic and technology-sharing relationships with fledgling CDROM industry
  • Developed strategic and marketing strategy for multimedia (CDROM) software development
  • Left to pursue unique travel and professional growth opportunity

As the Technical Director of Microsoft's Multimedia (CD-ROM) division, I spearheaded early efforts in multimedia development, designing and building Microsoft's multimedia tools and first interactive media titles, including Microsoft Bookshelf and The Multimedia Encyclopedia.

As architect of the Multimedia division's developments on the PC and Macintosh, I created and led a development team with the mandate to design and build the next generation of "world class" multimedia authoring tools. In order to create an authoring environment that would stimulate the industry, I established an informal consortium representing a number of major software and media organizations from around the world, with a resultant sharing of technology and talent that pooled a set of tools and complemented our knowledge-based design.


Carnegie Mellon University

1982 — 1988

Research Scientist
  • Researcher and architect; developed core components of Mach operating system
  • Developed encryption and compression components of Universal Library project
  • Managed distributed networking project with 25 software and network engineers
  • Managed technology and product strategy and relationships for Library of Congress project
  • Left Carnegie Mellon when recruited by Microsoft

As a Research Scientist on the SPICE and Mach research and development teams I designed and developed components of the user interface, process control, and screen manager and their subsequent port into the Mach operating environment.

As the project manager coordinating and directing the SPICE (Scientific Personal Integrated Computing Environment) research project, I established a system of operations and administration capable of effectively developing and maintaining hybrid hardware and software while providing a stable computing environment to a campus-wide user community of research scientists and outside research projects. The SPICE project, renamed the Mach Project in 1986, is widely known as the core design foundation of Microsoft's NT-based operating systems (Windows 2000 and Windows XP) as well as the basis of the Next computer.

Working with the Robotics Institute and the Library of Congress, I developed the encryption and compression routines for the Universal Library Project to provide Internet access to paper-based books and periodicals and other authored works.


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Patents

US 8,555,194

Secondary user interface

Issued: October 08, 2013

US 8,370,646

Method and system for maintaining secure data input and output

Issued: February 05, 2013

US 7,836,500

Computer virus and malware cleaner

Issued: November 16, 2010

US 7,340,682

Method and system for controlling a complementary user interface on a display surface

Issued: March 04, 2008

US 7,007,025

Method and system for maintaining secure data input and output

Issued: February 28, 2006

US 6,966,036

Method and system for displaying data in a second display area

Issued: November 15, 2005

US 6,892,359

Method and system for controlling a complementary user interface on a display surface

Issued: May 10, 2005

US 6,828,991

Secondary User Interface

Issued: December 07, 2004

US 6,727,918

System and method for software operation outside operating system control

Issued: April 27, 2004

US 6,717,596

Method and system for controlling a complementary user interface on a display surface

Issued: April 06, 2004

US 6,686,936

Alternate display content controller

Issued: February 03, 2004

US 6,678,007

Alternate display content controller

Issued: January 14, 2004

US 6,677,964

Method and system for controlling a complementary user interface on a display surface

Issued: January 13, 2004

US 6,661,435

Secondary user interface

Issued: December 09, 2003

US 6,639,613

Alternate display content controller

Issued: October 28, 2003

US 6,630,943

Method and system for controlling a complementary user interface on a display surface

Issued: October 07, 2003

US 6,593,945

Parallel graphical user interface

Issued: July 15, 2003

US 6,590,592

Parallel interface

Issued: July 08, 2003

US 6,437,809

Secondary user interface

Issued: August 20, 2002

US 6,433,799

Method and system for displaying data in a second display area

Issued: August 13, 2002

US 6,426,762

Secondary user interface

Issued: July 30, 2002

US 6,337,717

Alternate display content controller

Issued: January 08, 2002

US 6,330,010

Secondary user interface

Issued: December 11, 2001

US 6,310,603

Overscan user interface

Issued: October 30, 2001

US 6,018,332

Overscan user interface

Issued: January 25, 2000

US 5,731,813

Graphical user interface for graphically representing, organizing, and selecting application programs and documents

Issued: March 24, 1998

US 5,349,658

Graphical user interface

Issued: September 20, 1994

AU 772369

Secondary user interface

Issued: April 22, 2004

AU 736654

Secondary user interface

Granted: August 02, 2001

CA 2310759

Secondary User Interface

Granted: February 03, 2004

CN 1130683

Display method for controlling auxiliary user interface and corresponding display controller

Granted: October 12, 2003

CN 1283296

Secondary User Interface

Granted: February 07, 2001

DE 60211900

Method and system for maintaining secure data input and output

Granted: October 12, 2006

DE 69828994

Secondary User Interface

Granted: March 30, 2006

EP 1402334

Method and system for maintaining secure data input and output

Granted: May 31, 2006

EP 1031127

Secondary User Interface

Granted: February 09, 2005

TW 222019

Method and system for controlling a complementary user interface on a display surface

Granted: October 11, 2004

TW 490652

Method and system for controlling a complementary user interface on a display surface

Granted: June 11, 2002

TW 490645

Alternate display content controller

Granted: June 11, 2002

US 2014/0067795

Multi-Function Searching and Search-Related Tools and Techniques for Improved Search Results and Enhanced Analysis and Decision-Making

Filed: August 29, 2013

US 2010/0077360

Method and system for maintaining secure data input and output

Published: May 01, 2012

US 2012/0185476

Multi-Function Searching and Search-Related Tools and Techniques for Improved Search Results and Enhanced Analysis and Decision-Making

Published: January 18, 2012

US 2012/0185360

E-Commerce Solutions Implementing Multi-Function Searching and Search-Related Tools and Techniques

Published: January 18, 2012

US 2012/0185468

Multi-Function Matching Engines Implementing Improved Searching and Search-Related Tools and Techniques

Published: January 18, 2012

US 2012/0185469

Advanced Filtering Mechanism Tools and Techniques

Published: January 18, 2012

US 2012/0185470

Enterprise Architecture Searching and Search-Related Tools and Techniques

Published: January 18, 2012

US 2012/0185471

Business Intelligence and Customer Relationship Management Tools and Techniques

Published: January 18, 2012

US 2011/0096081

System and method for parallel data display of multiple executing environments

Published: January 05, 2011

US 2011/0221765

Method and System for Controlling a Complementary User Interface on a Display Surface

Published: September 14, 2010

US 2010/0207971

Secondary User Interface

Published: April 27, 2010

US 2010/0077360

Method and system for maintaining secure data input and output

Published: September 25, 2009

US 2009/0254965

Method and System for Enhancing display Functionality in a Set-Top Environment

Published: June 15, 2009

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David Nason

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