N Mckenna

Noel McKenna (CEO) 

Noel McKenna graduated with an Honours degree in Electrical and Electronic Engineering from the University of Hertfordshire in 1992. He has worked in various development, management and CEO roles and lead the management buyout of APT Ltd in 2005 backed by local venture capital companies. APT enjoyed considerable success from 2005 – 2008 with growth of over 600% in the pro audio space and became the defacto standard for high quality audio over Broadcast IP networks and was later sold to Worldcast systems in late 2008.

In 2009 Noel became CEO of APT Licensing Ltd which launched the successful consumer wireless audio brand aptX, which today is enjoyed in many millions of Bluetooth headphones and speakers worldwide. APT Licensing was acquired by CSR PLC in 2010 which was later acquired by Qualcomm. 

Noel moved to VP of Sales Europe for Entropic semiconductor before joining Titan IC as CEO in December 2015.


Pro S Sezer

Professor Sezer (CTO)

Professor Sezer has gained significant experience (over 15 years) in technical roles in Nortel, Tellabs, Amphion Semiconductor and latterly in Queen’s University Belfast. These roles have involved both engineering and also technical business development and commercial negotiations.  Dr Sezer is the system architect and innovator behind the definition and development of the network processing IP.


Dr D Burns

Dwayne Burns (VP Engineering)

Dr. Burns has over 15 years experience working for Xilinx and MicroEmissive Displays Ltd in technical engineering and product development roles. At Xilinx he was an integrated circuit designer on reconfigurable FPGAs.  As Product Development Manager at MicroEmissive Displays Ltd he drove the development of the full-custom CMOS backplanes. In this role he built up a team of hardware (IC, FPGA, and PCB) and software developers, and provided customer support to early-stage customers.



I Wilson

Ian Wilson (VP Sales)

Ian graduated with an Honours degree in Telecommunications Engineering from the University of London in 1991. For the last 15 years Ian worked in various account management, sales and business development roles in the high-end SOC and home networking semiconductor segment, within companies such as Conexant, NXP, Trident and Entropic.