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Meet the Aframers – Steve Miu

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At Aframe we’re proud of the ‘bench depth’ among our team, beyond our playful earlier InstaGrams. Please indulge us in crooning about the best of the best who work here.

Steve Miu is Aframe’s Senior Director of Product Operations based in Boston. Despite looking not a day over age 24, Steve has helped broadcast, media and entertainment businesses for over 20 years to better align their workflows and in doing so, eliminate both technological complexities and costs.

Some days he’s the support guy who answers a desperate call. On others he’s the sales engineer who helps customers work through some of the surprising “gotchas” that arise in the simplest projects.

But Steve is always our go-to guy for helping bust through the realities of today’s workflows so Aframe customers can work faster, easier and more cost effectively.

Agile, creative and systematic is how our customers describe Steve. Formally educated in electrical engineering, manufacturing, and marketing, he is a
veteran of digital media companies and spent six years at Avid Technology in its high-growth phase. He’s well versed in networking technology, security, storage and how all kinds of broadcast equipment impacts file-based workflows. Clients say he can size up their internal environment and create a game plan for their most efficient and effective use of technology faster than anyone they know.

Steve Miu, Senior Director of Product Operations
Favorite part of his work day:
Helping customers reach that “a-ha” moment in terms of making the cloud work.
Likes most about Aframe:
Technologically, Aframe sits at the crossroads of convergence in the Media industry – yet makes access and usability simple, seamless and elegant – MAM, networks, storage, metadata.
Surprising facts: English is his second language and Steve has black belts in Six Sigma and Kempo Karate.

Call Steve if you need help fighting to improve operations in your company!

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