Fadi Malak

Fadi Malak

Director, Strategy & Standards, Office of the CTO, DTS - XPERI
United States
At DTS/XPERI, Fadi Malak is responsible for defining the strategy and go-to-market plan for DTS' next-generation platforms. Fadi's current focus is on the broadcast market strategy and DTS' new object-based audio solutions, which includes heading strategic partnerships, and international standards work. Fadi began his audio career at Dolby, where he spent over 4 years helping Dolby break into new markets with both their audio and video technologies. A broadcast industry veteran, Fadi also spent 6 years with Harmonic, helping them launch the H.264 compression market and IPTV. In the 1990s, Fadi began his A/V technologies career at Apple computer, as a Multimedia Technology Evangelist. Fadi has written several papers, contributed to patents, spoken at numerous industry events, and participated as a member of the ITU-R, DVB, ATSC, SCTE, EBU, and SMPTE. He currently serves on the Board of the UltraHD Forum and VR Industry Forum.
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