Winston Johnson

Winston Johnson

Winston Johnson has over 30 years in the telecommunication industry. Mr. Johnson,
brings a wealth of knowledge. Under his leadership and vision at Winsonic, Mr. Johnson
who started in the music, computer science, and communications industries in the 1970s,
pioneered technological innovations in music, computer and sound engineering such as
the WinSonic Process. The WinSonic Process, a digital compression technology that
produces a superior sounding product, has been used to enable record and film companies
to record and distribute high-end voice, data, text, audio and video files throughout the
world. Chairman of Winsonic Media and Entertainment (MEDE), Winsonic Digital
Cable Systems Network, Entertainment Industry Broadband Initiative co-founder and
Technology Group Chairman, and Co-founder of UBNetworks, a competitive local
exchange carrier and national backbone provider that he helped to take public in 2000.
Winston Johnson Education includes BS FAMU, additional labs, and studies FSU,
UCLA, Berkley, Stetson University, Dartmouth, NASA, USC ETC, Nortel Network,
Cisco, Sonet, Stn, Atm, Star Hub, DMS 200/300, DMS 500, DSL, PPOE, PPOA, MPLS,
OSPF, BGP4, VOIP, HDTV transport, e911, video switching, ss7 signaling, cable plant,
catv, emergency diaster planning, satellite, voice, data, video, fiber optics, micro wave,
two-way radio, network, and management systems billing systems.

In 1994 and 1995, WinSonic and WDCSN coordinated and integrated the very first video
telephone and video e-mail “store and forward” application. This application was based
on a Pacific Bell ATM Network, in partnership with Pacific Telesis Corporation and the
Whittaker Corporation. This project resulted in one of the first successful video telephone
applications on a worldwide basis on July 28, 1995. Since that time, WinSonic and
WDCSN have worked with the state of Florida, New York, D.C., Georgia, Texas,
Illinois, California and City of Los Angeles Business Improvement District Programs
(BID) to create a “Smart Network” for the Hollywood Entertainment District. WinSonic
has also worked with other City of Los Angeles projects such as CRA, Cultural Crescent,
Watts WAN, DWP, EDA, SLEDS, the Department of Commerce, and the Department of

WinSonic demonstrated a proven track record as a pioneer and innovator in design and
implementation of high-speed telecommunications networks. WinSonic developed a
number of technological innovations for technology partners such as Armour Data,
NASA, Visutel, Netcom Solutions International, JPL, NTC Pacific Bell, SBC, Wilshire
Connection, and BLEC providers of high-speed Internet access products and integrated
communications providers (ICP). These include data and voice DSL services in the
framework of a facilities-based Competitive Local Exchange Carrier (CLEC). These and
other strategic alliances have enabled Mr. Johnson to design, build and test high-speed
video, data, audio, and voice operations in many U.S. markets and to build a backbone
network that includes fiber routes, collocation and interconnection facilities with the
Regional Bell Operating Companies (RBOC or ILEC) and private industry.

Quincy Jones Bruce Springsteen Kenny Rogers Prince Michael Jackson Steve Perry James Ingram Linda Ronstadt
Rod Stewart Barbara Streisand Barry Manilow Tina Turner Jeffrey Osborne Pointer Sisters Donna Summer Huey Lewis and the News Chicago Stevie Wonder Michael McDonald Norman Connors Kenny Loggins George Duke Jermaine Jackson Jerry Hey Lionel Richie Julio Iglesias Michael Sembello Elton John.

In addition to the WinSonic Process, WinSonic owns several “Glass Master” recordings
from various recording artists, which have values that increase on a yearly basis. WinSonic
has also digitally archived film and music projects for many prominent artists such as
Maurice Starr, Marlon Jackson, Janet Jackson, Michael Jackson, Pink Floyd, James Ingram,
and New Kids on the Block. Other productions and artists who have utilized WinSonic’s
studio services at 8255 Beverly Boulevard in Los Angeles include:

Michael Jackson, SONY Records Stevie Wonder, Motown Records
New Kids On The Block, Columbia Records Bobby Brown, MCA Records
Bell, Biv, DeVoe, MCA Records New Edition, MCA Records
Janet Jackson, A&M Records James Ingram, Warner Bros. Records
Then Boys, Motown Records Vanessa Williams, Polygram Records
Marlon Jackson, Capitol Records Keith Washington, Qwest Records
The Jacksons, CBS Records Angela Winbush, Polygram Records
Brenda Russell, A&M Records Pink Floyd, Columbia Records
Norman Connors, Mojazz Records Norman Brown, Mojazz Records
Fugee’s, Columbia Records Gerald Alston, Motown Records
Tyrese, RCA Records Wu Tang Clan, RCA Records
Freddie Jackson, EMI Records Gerald Levert, Atlantic Records
Vesta, A&M Records Alexander O’Neal, A&M Records
Maurice Starr, Boston International The Stellar Awards Show
The Grammy Awards Show The MTV Awards Show
“Dionne and Friends” (tv show) “Karate Kid III” (feature film)
“00-SOUL” (feature film) “The Five Heartbeats” (feature fi
“Harlem Boys Choir” (Mohammed Ali
“The Jackson’s Story” (tv show)
Janet Jackson’s Escapade World Tour Johnny Gill World Tour