Russ Hamm founded Rainbow Broadband in 2004. Hamm has more than 30 years experience with media technology, recording top musical artists, producing sound for films and developing leading-edge technology solutions. Before starting Rainbow Broadband, Hamm founded Qmedia, a milestone provider that leveraged broadband opportunities for media customers using the newly built national fiber infrastructure, establishing network technology that is currently used by ABC, CBS, NBC, ESPN and FOX. Prior to that, he collaborated with Bell Labs on large-scale digital systems for music and film, and was president of Gotham Audio Corporation and G Prime Limited, a leading distributor of professional audio products. Hamm has led media industry engineering and technical organizations and twice received the Audio Engineering Society Board of Governors award for outstanding service. He is a member of the Recording Academy, Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers and the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers.
The most notable and surprising trend I noticed in 2015 was that broadband bandwidth consumption appears to be outpacing Moore’s Law, by a long shot. The increase of our own customers’ usage was immense: Their... Read more »