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Netia Adds Three to Technical Team
Claret, France - Aug 1, 2007 - Netia has added technical people in technical support and development roles. Sebastian Torres, a Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP) with computer science training and experience in network administration and server management, will work with Netia project managers to ensure proactive service throughout the specification, installation, and ongoing maintenance and support of Netia software products. Prior to joining Netia, Torres was responsible for testing P Series server systems at IBM's Montpellier, France, facility.
Frederick Monge has been appointed to the role of developer in charge of Netia's Multitrack XT editing tool. Earlier, he was a developer at Faith Technologies, where he was responsible for developing the company's MXMF Tool, a real-time application that creates Mobile DLS and Mobile XMF content. Previously, while at Intuitive Works, he oversaw the development of the company's multitrack sequencer, Intuitive MX. Monge has a bachelor's and a master's degree in computer science, along with a post-graduate diploma in computer science and multimedia.
After working as an intern with Netia for the past three years, Yoann Keiflin has assumed the role of developer in charge of Netia's Nodal Master and Media Logging systems. Since his arrival at Netia, Keiflin has successfully deployed numerous, customized installations and continues to work closely with Netia customers throughout Europe. Keiflin's background includes studies in electronics and training in computer science, and he also held a lengthy internship for Cirad in Montpellier, France.
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