Steve Wong-2Steve is an executive technologist in the Cloud, Platforms & IT Outsourcing practice for DXC Technology (Hewlett Packard Enterprise/ CSC) and enjoys putting first-ever disruptive technology in the hands of billions.

Steve was recognized with a 2007 Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Achievement in Engineering Development for the Teranex Video Computer. In 2017 Steve was recognized with a National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences
(NATAS) 68th Annual Technology & Engineering Emmy Award for the Siemens Concept of Opto-Electric Transduction.

Steve is a Member of the Interactive Media Peer Group of The National Academy of Television Arts& Sciences (The Emmy Awards) He is an Executive Academy Member of The International Academy of Digital Arts and Sciences (The Webby Awards). In addition, Steve is a Hollywood Section SECRETARY/TREASURER of The Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers® (SMPTE®). For fun, Steve writes and produces independent feature films.
Steve also is a visiting lecturer at the University of Southern California Marshall School of Business Lloyd Greif Center for Entrepreneurial Studies and a mentor at the USC Incubator (startusc.com), a program for high-potential startups founded by USC students, alumni and faculty/staff.

Steve began his career in broadcasting working for Belo Broadcasting and then moved to ABC Capital Cities (purchased by Disney) as Director of Research and Development & MIS. In this role, Steve experimented with broadcasting live news on the internet with Cu-Seeme back in 1995.

During the times of broadcast conversion from Analog to Digital, Steve used his knowledge of broadcasting to advice stations on broadcast equipment while at Leitch technologies (purchased by Harris then purchased by Imagine).

During the times of broadcast and post production conversion from Standard Definition to High Definition, Steve joined a Department of Defense Military technology spin-off start up (Teranex) that used Parallel computing for video conversion and pre-compression processing. In his role, Steve advised a number of broadcasters, postproduction studios, and movie studios on conversion, noise reduction, and 3:2 pull down.

As content moved on-line, Steve moved into video transmission, storage, and distribution joining Level 3. Steve advised client on the best practices for online live broadcast and Video on Demand distribution, storage, and monetization. Steve also helped Siemens successfully spin off a software division focused on Over the Top TV (OTT).

Currently, Steve is an executive technologist in the Cloud, Platforms & IT Outsourcing practice for DXC Technology
(Hewlett Packard Enterprise/ CSC) and enjoys helping clients harness the power of innovation to thrive on change.

Over the years, Steve has advised and sits on the board of a number of start-up companies and lectures at major industry events about blockchain, cyber security, analytics, IoT,,SaaS, PaaS & cloud platforms.