SYDNEY, 29 August 2017 – Magna Systems & Engineering have further strengthened their broadcast and telecommunications service and support divisions with the appointment of Nicholas Tabeta and Jay Patel as new support engineers for the entire range of products and technology that Magna offers both markets.
Tabeta, a graduate engineer from UTS with a Bachelor of Engineering (Electrical) degree and a Diploma in Engineering Practice, was previously a Senior Engineer with Strategic Engineering.
Patel has Bachelor of Engineering and Master of Engineering degrees and brings with him significant experience in ICT and telecommunications having most recently been project co-ordinator for Cellular Asset Management.
Magna Systems & Engineering CEO Matthew Clemesha said, “Nicholas and Jay are great additions to our growing team. They will help provide comprehensive engineering support for our broadcast and telecommunications offerings and underpin support for our expanding range of broadcast IP solutions.”
Image: Magna Systems and Engineering new support engineers Nicholas Tabeta and Jay Patel
About Magna Systems and Engineering
Magna is a seasoned company that has been providing a competitive advantage for its customers in the broadcast and telecommunications industries through timely adoption of innovations with minimal risk of disruption for nearly 50 years. Summed up as Secure Innovation, Magna de-risk a first-mover advantage and safely takes its customers to where their competitors haven’t gone yet. Magna offers comprehensive sales, service and support across the entire Asia Pacific region from its offices in Australia, Hong Kong, Indonesia, New Zealand and Singapore.