RT-RK appoints Miroslav Dokic Vice President Business Development for Home and Consumer Audio

RT-RK appoints Miroslav Dokic Vice President Business Development for Home and Consumer Audio

Novi Sad, Serbia – January 5, 2016 – RT-RK is very pleased to announce the appointment of Dr. Miroslav Dokic as Vice President, Business Development for Home and Consumer Audio. Dr. Dokic brings with him more than 25 years of experience in the area of signal and multimedia processing, including audio, video and speech technologies.

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Dr. Dokic was formerly with Cirrus Logic for 20 years, serving in many technical and executive management roles, including the role of Vice President and General Manager of DSP division. While at Cirrus, Dr. Dokic established the foundation of DSP technology that has served Cirrus customers for 20 years and continues to serve Home and Consumer Audio customers today through RT-RK.

“I am absolutely thrilled to join RT-RK, a superb engineering organization with enormous talent pool,” commented Dr. Dokic. “RT-RK has been the power house behind Home and Consumer Audio DSP SW technologies enabled on Cirrus 32-bit Coyote DSP based devices, since 2005. The market demand for these DSP SW services continues to grow and our firm intention is to unlock the enormous value that exists in combination of Cirrus 32-bit Coyote DSP hardware and RT-RK’s DSP software.”

“It is a great pleasure to welcome Miroslav onboard. His competences are recognized throughout the consumer audio industry where he has established a strong professional network,” said Nikola Teslic CEO RT-RK. “As we extend our business in this area both in scope and volume, he will be our important link to customers to whom we continue to provide services on Cirrus Logic audio DSP platforms. His focus, effort, and connections will keep us developing our operations in delivering engaging content at home, in the theatre, and on a multitude of devices.”

Dr. Dokic is an inventor or co-inventor on 23 US issued patents in the DSP technology arena. He has also authored and co-authored numerous conference and journal papers in the area of speech and audio DSP processing. In addition, in the period from 1993 till 2005, he served as a member of both MPEG and DVD Forum international committees.

Dr. Dokic earned his PhD in Electrical Engineering from the Illinois Institute of Technology in Chicago in 1993, and his Masters and Bachelor Degrees in Electrical Engineering from the University of Sarajevo, former Yugoslavia, in 1989 and 1986 respectively.

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