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Alain Nochimowski

Alain Nochimowski is the Executive Vice President of Innovation at Viaccess-Orca. Alain is responsible for leading VO’s innovative initiatives and on a broader scope, fostering an innovative mindset across the company. Prior to this position, Alain led business development activities, first at Orca Interactive, and following the merger with Viaccess, at the new entity Viaccess-Orca. Alain was responsible for leading VO’s entry strategy into new markets and ventures, and for creating a supportive industrial ecosystem for VO’s new products and technologies. Before joining Orca Interactive in 2009, Alain held various business development and technical strategy positions successively at Orange, Viaccess and SanDisk, in New York, Paris and Tel Aviv. Throughout his career, Alain initiated and successfully lead multiple innovation projects that notably resulted in dozens of issued patents and strategic sales to large content service providers. Alain graduated from Ecole des Mines de Paris

Recent Posts

The New Life of Operators’ Data: From Big Data to Bigger Data

Sun, Jul 10, 2016 | by Alain Nochimowski

The Link Between Pay-TV and Quantum Logic | Viaccess-Orca Blog

Mon, Nov 9, 2015 | by Alain Nochimowski

  Does light behave as a wave or particle? Well, both…

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Game On for Virtual Reality [IBC2015]

Thu, Sep 10, 2015 | by Alain Nochimowski

  Great novelists often play the role of prophets, sometimes announcing with astonishing foresight key technological disruptions and the advent of radically new usages. Think of Jules Verne and his fi...

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The New Era of Second Screen – Takeaways from MIPCOM 2013 | Viaccess-Orca Blog

Mon, Nov 18, 2013 | by Alain Nochimowski

  Most attendees at the MIPCOM Conference held this fall in Cannes probably didn’t notice the small off-MIPCOM exhibition organized by a handful of second screen technology vendors outside of the Pala...

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