Karl Mattson, the GM of the International division and Chief of Product at Maxthon International, a global software company that develops state-of-the-art Web browsers that regularly outperforms other top browsers joins Enterprise Radio.
Listen to interview with host Eric Dye & guest Karl Mattson discuss the following:
- Tell us about Maxthon.
- Maxthon’s flagship browser continues to win praise from critics and users alike. What makes this browser so innovative?
- Maxthon has done a lot of groundbreaking work with Android smart phones and tablets. Why should users make the switch to Maxthon Mobile?
- HTML5 is another area where Maxthon has taken the lead. Why is this field so important?
- Maxthon has also created a number of customized skins, including ones celebrating the band One Direction. What’s the response been like to this campaign?
- What other big plans are on the horizon for Maxthon?
Karl Mattson is the GM of the International division and Chief of Product at Maxthon International.
A seasoned senior Internet business executive, Karl brings years of serial success and achievements for internationally known web and technology companies including AOL, Nokia and Maxthon.
Karl’s roots in the web go back to the mid 90s where he was part of a small team that defined quality web journalism, including creating forms that are ubiquitous today: the multi-media package and the news photo gallery. In early 2000, while serving as the Senior PM of AOL’s personalization group, Karl created one of the web’s first news portals – My News. My News grew into the first multi-device cloud service — my.aol.com. The ‘my’ family of products grew into the ‘AOL Anywhere’ strategy and ultimately included Netscape, Time Warner and multiple, international versions of each.
The advent of Web 2.0 found Karl working with Joe Trippi – the ‘dean’ of social media and former campaign manager of Howard Dean’s ’04 presidential election. Karl worked with Joe on a series of successful social media advocacy projects and campaigns in the United States.
Subsequently, Karl has been building out the promise of mult-device, always-on internet cloud services on a variety of products as a strategic advisor for start-ups and Fortune 500 companies – including creating Maxthon’s next foray into cloud businesses — SkyFile.
Maxthon Ltd, a global software company, develops state-of-the-art Web browsers that regularly outperform other top browsers. Continuously setting new standards for innovation, speed and ease-of-use, Maxthon browsers are used each month by more than 130 million people in 140 countries around the world. Maxthon also brings its best-of-breed browsing to the Android and IOS platforms for mobile devices and tablet computers. Maxthon Ltd. has offices in San Francisco, Hong Kong and Beijing.
For more information about Maxthon please visit www.maxthon.com.