(PRWEB) July 20, 2011
WhiteHatt Technologies, Inc., http://www.whitehatt.com, announced the promotion of Mark Gintis from Systems Architect to Chief Technology Officer. Mark joined WhiteHatt in November, 2010 and has been instrumental in developing the operational environment for WhiteHatt’s Internet Television Component and its User Interface.
Prior to joining WhiteHatt, Mark worked for Sezmi Corporation as Software Architect and Systems Engineer. He was a key player in the design, management and implementation of Sezmi’s network. Mark Gintis's background includes 25 years working with companies including AT&T, Motorola and IBM.
“I continue to be excited to have Mark as part of our team” said Daniel Cutting, WhiteHatt’s Chief Executive Officer. Mark joined us as Systems Architect and within a short time has demonstrated his expertise and outstanding ability to find solutions to challenges. Mark’s creativity and enthusiasm, coupled with his expertise and ability, make Mark a great Chief Technology Officer for WhiteHatt. He is definitely an asset.”
Mark stated that “WhiteHatt is going in the right direction embracing the technology necessary for a true all-in-one home entertainment component. For the user, WhiteHatt will be a ‘Lean Back’ experience” meaning that WhiteHatt’s customers will be able to relax and enjoy using, rather than being frustrated by, the technology.
WhiteHatt Technologies is an emerging technology company developing in a high growth industry. WhiteHatt’s initial market is Internet television, which is expected to enjoy a 90% compound annual growth rate over the next four years. WhiteHatt developed, and is about to release, its dynamic delivery system enabling users to cut their cable cord and enjoy home entertainment free of monthly viewing fees. The WhiteHatt component is an all-in-one, portable, home entertainment component that integrates live television with built-in DVR, Internet Television, social networking and Blu-ray (TM) /DVD, all combined, in one high quality smart top box (TM), allowing the user to eliminate the burden of their monthly cable bill, while increasing programming options and overall viewing quality.