Cerino has been president of the Alliance since 2007 while also serving as Board representative for Comcast. He’ll continue to sit on the board, but will no longer be affiliated to a particular company.
“The Board realised that the organisation required the attention of an actively engaged president and that the best person for the job was already in place,” said William Beals, MoCA Vice President.
A cable industry veteran of more than 40 years, Cerino retired as Vice President of Comcast Center Technology.
He joined Comcast in 1978 as a system engineer helping to build a cable infrastructure in the Philadelphia suburbs. During his time at Comcast, he held system, region and corporate engineering positions and was instrumental in launching Comcast’s cable modem service.