Audio console manufacturer Cadac expands R&D department by more than 50 per cent

Audio console manufacturer Cadac has recruited nine new engineers at its Luton HQ, increasing the R&D department to 25 personnel. The new intake includes graduates from top universities in the UK and abroad.
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Audio console manufacturer Cadac has recruited nine new engineers at its Luton HQ, increasing the R&D department to 25 personnel. The new intake includes graduates from top universities in the UK and abroad.

Richard Ferriday, Cadac brand development manager, commented: “This latest round of recruitment at Cadac is a visible indicator of the renewed energy and direction in the brand in its pursuit and integration of new technologies into console design, and the continuing commitment of our parent company, Soundking, in investing in the brand and in the UK centre of operations.”

Prior to the new intake, more than half of Cadac’s personnel were employed in R&D; that figure is now 70%.

R&D director Nick Fletcher said that the expansion of the R&D team would “enable us to further exploit the cutting-edge technologies embodied in our CDC four and CDC eight consoles, developing a whole new range of forward thinking and innovative products –helping us to not just maintain but increase momentum in delivering more industry leading products as we move forward as a company.”

David Kan, CEO of Cadac Holdings, said: “Soundking Group recognised Cadac represented the very best of UK audio engineering when it purchased the company back in 2009. It is in that context that our parent company continues to provide Cadac with the necessary funding and resources to fully commercially exploit its research and design heritage in the current marketplace.”

The new intake (pictured L–R) are: Philip Brown, FPGA designer/embedded engineer; Sujtih Manuel, embedded engineer; Danny Wood, iOS Developer; Kelwyn Kwan, DSP Engineer; Martin Rayner, embedded engineer; John Harris, C Sharp programmer; Xavier Sole, FPGA designer/embedded engineer; Elif Sunar, embedded engineer; and Muhammad Owaid, C Sharp programmer; together with R&D director Nick Fletcher (far right).

www.cadac-sound.com

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