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On the “Edge” of AI Engine Processing
Capitalizing on the AI Ecosystem This month we focus on the expansion and acceleration of AI use case applications. There has been significant growth in the smart speaker and voice
The Voice Inside Your Headphones
Growth of Wireless and Voice-Enabled Headphones There is no question that the headphone market will continue to build significant momentum with a range of wireless features to service an expanding
5G: Big-Bang or Slow-Burn?
5G: Big-Bang or Slow-Burn? 5G has arrived in the USA starting with 28GHz mmWave spectrum and spreading to sub-6GHz spectrum in the next few years. As did previous mobile generations,
The Mission for Machine Vision and Object Detection Recognition… The Acceleration of Visual Acuity, Seeing Beyond the Object
When it comes to artificial intelligence and machine learning, computer vision has made significant progress in identifying and interpreting a range of physical objects over the last couple of years;
“Voice-First” Approach Requires Advanced Enhancement Software
Voice software has been an important technology segment for many years, any device used for voice calling has relied on technologies such as acoustic echo cancellation and noise suppression to
True Wireless Earbuds Market, Why Every Audio & Voice Tech Company Is (or should be) Reading This
A Brief History of the Wireless Stereo Headphone The headphone* market has transitioned toward wireless technologies over the last 10+ years; today >70% of total stereo headphones shipped are wireless
The Great AI Voice Race in China
Forewarned is Forearmed Go back ten years and the relationship you had with your phone was vastly different to the one you have today. For a start, back in 2008,
5G Explorer: Sizing EE’s Rollout in the UK
The SAR Insight 5G Explorer is an Excel-based tool for equipping decision makers with insight into real-world 5G rollouts. The Explorer builds on the historical record of the mobile cellular
Raising the Bar for Sound
The birth of the soundbar mainly stemmed out of the poor audio quality of recent flat panel TVs. The flat panel TV cabinet design works against the audio designer as
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