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He commenced his career as a broadcast engineer with then, M-Net Television.
He then progressed through the broadcast signal distribution domain within M-Net /Multichoice, a Pan-African Multi-channel Broadcaster and was a key part of their venture into the rest of Africa.
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.
He has been editor of the ACM/Springer Wireless Networks Journal in the period 2007-2010 and has been the guest editor of the special issue on Multimedia over Ad-Hoc and Sensor Networks (Monet Journal, 2008), guest editor of the special issue on Mobile Video (Elsevier Image Communication Journal, 2007), editor of LNCS Visual Content Processing and Representation (Springer LNCS 3893, 2005) and editor of the Springer Book on The Internet of Things (2009).
He is member of the Editorial Board of the Hindawi Journal on Advances in Multimedia (since 2010) and is guest editor of the special issue on Qo E management in emerging multimedia services to appear on the IEEE Communications Magazine.
Martin holds a diploma in computer science from Dresden University of Technology, and one in engineering from Ecole Centrale Paris. Graeme Allan (Executive- Network Infrastructure Provisioning, South Zone, Telkom SA Ltd) Graeme Allan is currently responsible for network engineering and build in Telkom SA’s South Zone.
Since obtaining a B Sc Eng (Electrical) from the University of Cape Town he has worked in various network engineering and operations positions.
He later transitioned across from “technical and operations” to “business development and marketing” and was involved in initiating several ICT development projects in Sub-Saharan Africa with Orbicom, then a company of the MTN Group, a leading African Telecomms Operator.