Cinemacraft appoints VP of engineering

Staff writer
telecomasia.net
Cinemacraft, a Singapore-based technology startup in media and entertainment, has hired Ashok Srinath as vice president of engineering.
 
Based in Singapore, Srinath will manage the development and testing of Cinemacraft’s cloud-based interactive mobile video encoding, storage and streaming solution.
 
With over 20 years of experience in high-level technical and managerial roles, Srinath began his career working on image processing systems for the US armed forces and subsequently spent several years working on cloud technology in the telecoms industry.
 
Most recently, Srinath worked for Microsoft on planning for the next release of Windows, for both client (desktop) and server operating systems. He also managed a team with the entire charter for Windows Live Alerts product and service including development, testing and program management.

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