Comcast Fellow, Comcast
Talk: Workshop Internet Delivered Media – Best Practice, Standards, Technologies, Day 1, Session 3, 16:30 - 18:00
Alex Giladi is a Comcast Fellow and an Emmy-winning technologist. He has been working on issues related to video content encoding and distribution since 2000.
His current areas of interest are video encoding and adaptive streaming. He has been working on aspects of distributed content-adaptive video encoding, adaptive streaming, low-latency streaming, content security, and cloud DVR. He currently leads an advanced technologies group within Comcast. Prior to Comcast, he worked on various aspects video transport and video coding in InterDigital, Huawei, Vubiquity, Digital Fountain, and Harmonic.
Alex has been a prolific contributor to the MPEG DASH standard and served as an editor of several standards and amendments related to DASH, content security, and MPEG-2 Systems. He is the Vice President of the DASH Industry Forum since 2019.
Alex is the founder and the co-organizer of the popular Mile-High Video annual conference series held in Denver since 2017.
Alex holds a MSEE degree from Stanford University and BSc degree from the Technion in Haifa, Israel. He is a Senior Member of the IEEE and holds more than 50 US patents.