December 15, 2017 11:08 AM ET

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Company Overview of XMOS, Ltd.

Company Overview

XMOS, Ltd. provides voice and music processing and control ICs to audio companies worldwide. The company offers voice controller solutions for designers to prototype their voice capture applications, including array microphones, smart microphones, and virtual digital assistants applications; multi-channel audio connectivity products; multicore microcontrollers, including voice and audio processors; and xTIMEcomposer tools, a C/C++ based software development environment that delivers real-time performance with validation. The company also provides support services. It sells its products through a network of distributors and sales representatives. XMOS, Ltd. was founded in 2005 and is based in...

Prudential Buildings

11-19 Wine Street

Bristol,  BS1 2PH

United Kingdom

Founded in 2005

Phone:

44 1179 276 004

Fax:

44 1179 154 088

Key Executives for XMOS, Ltd.

Chief Executive Officer and President
Co-Founder and Non Executive Director
Chief Financial Officer
Head of Operations
Head Growing Development Center
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2017.

XMOS, Ltd. Key Developments

XMOS Enables Far-Field Voice Technology for Pegatron Martina Smart Speaker Interface to Google Cloud Services

XMOS confirmed that its VocalFusion voice technology has been selected by Pegatron Corporation for its new smart voice assistant Martina. Pegatron Corporation has a diversified product line, including desktop PCs, notebooks, tablet, smartphone, broadband, wireless systems, game consoles, networking equipment, set-top boxes, smart home, servers, auto electronics and more. The Pegatron smart voice assistant Martina, part of its AI portfolio of solutions, uses Google Cloud Services and natural language recognition technology to support Chinese, English, Japanese and Korean languages. The XMOS XVF3000 voice processor deployed in the Martina unit uses acoustic echo cancellation (AEC) to remove playback audio from the microphone signal allowing users to barge-in and talk over the playback signal. Noise suppression and dereverberation technologies are used to remove unwanted noise and echoes in the captured signal, providing a crystal clear output signal. The microphone follows a voice as it moves around the room (via beamforming), and ensures that even the quietest person in the room can be easily heard.

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