Winston D. Johnson

Winston D. Johnson

Winston D. Johnson, started in the film, tv, music, computer science, and telecommunications industries in the 1970s, pioneered technological innovations in telecommunication, music, computer and sound engineering. Winsonic Digital Cable Systems Network, Ltd. a facilities-based digital platform has been used to enable entertainment, telecommunication, broadcasters, and distribution companies to distribute high-end film, television, motion pictures, and data throughout the world.

Winston has demonstrated a proven track record as a pioneer and innovator in design and implementation of high speed telecommunications, broadcast networks and technology network solutions.

In 1988-1990 Winston Johnson was a part of Video Flex, a Bellcore R&D project with Regional Bell Companies Pacific Bell, Bell Atlantic, Bell South, Ameritech, NYNEX, Southwestern Bell, and AT&T to connect the television networks in nine major U.S. cities, as a fiber optic alternative to interconnecting cities by satellite. As a result, Winston became a part of several other Pacific Bell trials, experiments, and projects. One historical project was a special network was built to connect Industrial Lights and Magic in San Rafael, CA to Steven Spielberg’s production Company Amblin Entertainment, on the Universal lot in Los Angeles. Spielberg used this solution to send computer generated dinosaurs for the movie “Jurassic Park” between the two locations.

In 1994 and 1995, Winston Johnson coordinated and integrated the very first video telephone and video e-mail “store and forward” application, that was based on a Pacific Bell ATM Network in partnership with Pacific Telesis Corporation and

the Whittaker Corporation. It resulted in the first successful video telephone application in the United States and the world on July 28, 1995.

To date, WDCSN has been involved in over two billion dollars in state municipalities, and US infrastructure implementation, and planning, and a number of technological innovations for Internet Protocol TV (IPTV), Over-the- Top (OTT) Video Engineering, and facilities-based Competitive Local Exchange Carrier (CLEC) services. The company has Strategic alliances with Covelant, NASA, DC Blox, Crawford Media Services, JPL, and a host of Motion Picture Studios and Production Companies. These and other alliances have enabled him to design, build, and test high-speed Video, Data, Audio, and Voice operations in many U.S. markets, and build a backbone network that includes fiber routes, collocation and interconnection facilities with Regional Bell Operating Companies, Cable Carriers, Broad Casters and other entities within the United States bringing advanced technologies to empower mankind.