Bill Dietlin has over 20 years of experience in the Information Technology field. His diverse background covers a broad range of industries, and shows a continued advancement in his field.
His early accomplishments include the installation of Bally Total Fitness’ first Window NT network in their Los Angeles office in1995. The following year he headed the project to create a second Windows NT network in Bally’s Chicago office and completing a third installation in their Baltimore location. By 1999 this network was expanded from a single domain with two servers and a handful of workstations to a multi-city, multi-domain network consisting of more than 20 servers and several hundred work stations all tied into their VAX/VMS Cluster and AS400 systems.
In 2004 he joined Paul Allen at NGTV, where he played a key role in launching and maintaining the infrastructure for NGTV which ultimately became the Los Angeles showcase for technology companies such as Avid, IBM, Sun Microsystems, Storagetek, Isilon Storage and others. Bill later joined AboveNet Communications where he helped take the existing jabNET Metro-Media service offering; re-engineer the product to meet current industry standards and requirements, assist with the development of marketing and sales documentation (see www.jabnetinfo.com) and provide technical account management to more than 20 of the largest Film and Television Studios in Los Angeles and London. The jabNET Metro-Media service was originally only available in four cities. Working with the project team, they were responsible for the migration and introduction of this service to all of the AboveNet markets. This meant an expansion from four to fifteen US metropolitan markets and London. Bill is currently working as a freelance consultant utilizing his expertise in both IT and the Media industries.”