Kom, before joining Siemens Telecommunications in January 2006.
Rufus is a member of the South African Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (SAIEE), Chartered Marketers of Southern Africa (CM SA), and Institute of Directors of Southern Africa (IODSA).
Fascinated with innovation and new technologies, he authored several Technology Watch Reports on topics such as biometrics, cloud computing, sensor networks, video games, etc.
This, he believes, will not only increase the accessibility of ICT services but will also be a key catalyst for stimulating rapid economic growth in South Africa and neighbouring countries in the region.
Mohammad Arifuzzaman Mohammad Arifuzzaman received the B. degree in Computer Science & Engineering from Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (BUET) in 2001. between 20, he moved to a professor of The University of Tokyo (Dept.
He is the Chief Mentor for graduate Engineers and Technologists in Telkom SA, and has occupied various positions in the South African Institute of Electrical Engineering (Western Cape) and the Society of Telkom Engineers.
Rufus Andrew (Managing Director, Nokia Siemens Networks, South Africa) Mr Rufus Andrew is the Managing Director of Nokia Siemens Networks (“NSN”) in South Africa.
Combined with the loss to exile of yet more key people in the history of jazz in South Africa and the general inaccessibility of records that do exist, this conflation of events and circumstances has left a big dent in our historical understanding and resources.
For those students, musicians, scholars, and devotees of South African music who wish to engage with the achievements of a generation of South African jazz musicians the newly found accessibility of the Ian Huntley archive goes a small but invaluable way towards maintaining memory and articulating lost stories.
Tohru Asami (University of Tokyo, Japan) Tohru Asami received B. Dr Atzori has been awarded a Fulbright Scholarship (2003-2004) to work on video streaming at the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Arizona.
He is an external evaluator for the European Commission within the Seventh Research Framework Programme (FP7) and for Italian National Research Projects for the MIUR (Ministry of Scientific Research and Education).
He is now doing Masters in the Graduate School of Global Information and Telecommunication Studies, Waseda University, Tokyo, Japan and he is a project research student of Matsumoto Lab. degree in electrical engineering from Kyoto University in 19, and Ph. In 1997, he drove the first open x DSL Field Trial in Japan with several companies to promote the possibility of ADSL in the Japanese telecommunication environments. He teaches telecommunication networks and Internet protocols and conducts research on the following topics: video streaming, IP telephony playout buffering, Qo S in multi-service networks and technologies for the implementation of the Internet of Things.
His research interests lie in the area of Communication protocols, wireless ad-hoc networks, sensor networks, and optical communication. In these fields he has published more than 80 papers in international journals and conference proceedings.
He commenced his career as a broadcast engineer with then, M-Net Television.