Chuck Meyer was appointed Grass Valley Technology Fellow in 2020 and is responsible for advising on advanced research topics, corporate technology initiatives, and our intellectual property portfolio. Prior to joining Grass Valley, Chuck was President and CEO of NVISION, Inc., where he led pioneering development of HD Television Routing and Distribution equipment as well as Digital Audio technologies during a span of 22 years. Miranda acquired NVISION in 2008.
He has worked in various roles including Engineering, Operations, Technical Management, Strategic Marketing and Executive C-Level management. Chuck rejoined Grass Valley with the objective of providing technical leadership during the transition of the broadcast industry to IP and computing technologies. His technical expertise is focused primarily on data transport and clock-recovery technologies; however, he has extensive background in IC circuit and CPU design. He holds over 37 patents.
In addition to working with the Berkeley design team on the world’s first monolithic RISC microprocessor, led by Professors David Patterson and Carlo Sequin, Chuck is proud to state that he started his career in high technology in 1979 with Atari, Inc., at their research and development laboratory, code named Cyan Engineering, and located in Grass Valley, California.
Chuck Meyer was a Tektronix Foundation Graduate Fellow at the University of California at Berkeley, where he graduated with the highest honors. He is a lifetime member of Phi Beta Kappa and Tau Beta PI academic honor societies. He was also President of the UC Berkeley Tau Beta Pi chapter.
Interestingly, Chuck Meyer completed his undergraduate studies at UC Berkeley on scholarship from The Grass Valley Group.
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