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Second international director appointed to MultiDyne

Second international director appointed to MultiDyne

Second international director appointed to MultiDyne


Sebastian Mucha has been employed as the second international director for MultiDyne this season. His new responsibilities will include managing the development of sales and distribution channels across Europe, Middle East and Africa alongside promoting MultiDyne and its market share. His role will also be to identify partners and construct technical solutions that not only resolve issues but lead to new prospects.

Mucha has spent the past 22 years gaining work experience in project management, business development and operations. Thirteen of those years have been spent with Grass Valley in jobs which increased in responsibilities. He originally started with Stratos International, followed by Telecast Fiber Systems ten years later.

‘The industry is seeing a greater push toward IP, particularly in the EMEA region,’ said Mucha. ‘However, there is an enduring need for SDI-to-IP conversions and vice versa, and mobile production companies are still very much operating traditional baseband systems. Whether baseband or IP, all of these customers still need fibre solutions to reliably transport video, audio and more over diverse links and networks, whether regionally, nationally or across continents and oceans. And with MultiDyne’s push into the openGear community and new product areas including advanced compression, I see great opportunity to introduce its technology and value proposition to a very broad customer base.’

Welcoming Mucha into the new role, Frank Jachetta, CEO of MultiDyne said: ‘Sebastian’s extensive industry background and knowledge of fibre-optic systems make him the perfect fit for MultiDyne, and his understanding of the EMEA region will help us identify the right partners and establish strong channels for MultiDyne products and solutions. We welcome him to MultiDyne and are excited about the expansion of our global presence, both in EMEA and beyond.’

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