“Continuing failure to bring the DTV transition to an end will adversely impact our economy, our public safety and our position as a global innovation leader,” the CEOs wrote under the auspices of the Computer Systems Policy Project.
“We urge you to establish in law a firm and binding date certain for completing the DTV transition as soon as possible,” the CEOs told the lawmakers, according to a copy of the letter mailed on Tuesday that was obtained by The Hollywood Reporter.
Some of the CEOs include who signed the letter include Intel Corp. CEO Craig Barrett, Hewlett-Packard Co. president and CEO Mark Hurd, Unisys Corp. president and CEO Joseph McGrath, IBM chairman and CEO Samuel Palmisano, NCR Corp. director and CEO James Ringler, Dell president and CEO Kevin Rollins, Applied Materials president and CEO Mike Splinter, EMC Corp. president and CEO Joseph Tucci and Motorola chairman and CEO Ed Zander.
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