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Nordic Semiconductor enters the LE audio market with its new platform

Nordic Semiconductor has announced its new LE Audio Evaluation Platform in partnership with Packetcraft. The LE Audio solution demonstrates the benefits of LE Audio and is designed to support the new ... more

From Green Screen to Dream Team: the evolution of live sports broadcasting

Technological evolution has been the driving force behind a number of industries; the broadcast sector has been one in particular that has reaped the benefits of the latest technologies. From the ... more

Laird Connectivity's new technology for 5G applications

Laird Connectivity looks to expand its CMD series of indoor antennas with a 5G/CBRS-ready ceiling mount antenna. Referred to as the CMD69423P, it's a two-port MIMO, omnidirectional, operating between ... more

Digital and Analog MEMS Microphones Added to CUI’s Audio Product Group

CUI’s Audio Group today announced the introduction of a comprehensive line of MEMS microphones ideal for a range of portable electronic devices. Boasting improved audio quality, performance, and ... more

Socionext's Hybrid Codec Powers Dwango's 'Niconico Live' Streaming Service

Socionext Inc. has collaborated with Dwango and developed a new video data transcoding system that will enhance Dwango's 'Niconico Live' streaming service. The new system links video data processing ... more

Modular all-in-one ITS package for global use

NXP turns up the volume with industry’s first 12-Volt smart amplifier to deliver rich, elevated sound in mobile and portable devices

Image processing expert Vision Components presents a complete modular ITS solution for OEM manufacturers with all components needed for traffic control. The package comprises the Carrida Software ... more
NXP Semiconductors N.V. (NASDAQ:NXPI) today introduced the industry’s first 12-volt smart audio amplifier, TFA9892. This powerful, but tiny, audio amplifier makes it possible to enjoy higher sound ... more

Crestron moves to Intel FPGAs to improve video quality and connections

Intel posted this announcement in their newsroom last night, following an announcement by Crestron at ISE, Amsterdam.

Mobile workers are driving the need to connect — anywhere and anyplace. Soon ... more

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