Daniel Herscovici is the general manager and senior vice president of Xfinity Home, the total home security and home automation solution from Comcast. He is responsible for all aspects of the Xfinity Home business, including operations, strategy, partnerships, product development and the Xfinity Home wholesale business.
In this role, Dan has been instrumental in growing the business and launching the Xfinity Home partner program, which curates and integrates industry leading products onto the Xfinity Home platform. He also led the team that recently acquired Icontrol.
Dan joined Comcast in 2007 as vice president of product management for Comcast's high-speed Internet service. In this role, he conceptualized and led the launch of Xfinity WiFi, which today enables Xfinity Internet customers to access 15 million Wi-Fi hotspots nationwide. He also helped manage the introduction of DOCSIS 3.0 technology, further solidifying Comcast’s market leadership position as one of the fastest Internet service providers in the United States. In addition, he served as vice president and general manager of Xfinity Signature Support, which offered consumers and small business owners outsourced IT services.
Prior to Comcast, Dan spent nine years at Motorola Mobility and several years with Lucent Technologies and Philips Electronics in various product leadership roles.
An entrepreneurial leader with 20 years of experience in product design and execution, finance, and business operations, Dan has a deep understanding of the development of technology-enabled services and consumer electronics. He has issued four U.S. patents, most recently in 2015.
Dan earned a Bachelor of Science in mechanical engineering from Boston University before continuing his education at Drexel University, where he obtained a Master of Science in mechanical and manufacturing engineering. Dan also holds a MBA from The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania.
A native of New York City, Dan now resides in Princeton, New Jersey with his wife and two children.