Infineon fosters the adoption of its innovative multilevel Class D audio amplifier technology through an ecosystem of associated partners

Infineon has announced it is building an ecosystem of partners to help drive its MERUS™ class D amplifier into new markets.

This particular announcement focuses on a partnership with Eleven Engineering and the use of class D amplifiers in battery-powered speakers. With the touted 1/10 idle power possible with MERUS multilevel switching technology there are obvious benefits to using this in a battery-powered product, potentially enabling smaller batteries, smaller speaker form factors, and reduced BoM costs.

There is also mention of MERUS being used in the Volumio “Integro integrated streaming amplifier”, found here.

Peter Cooney Founder, Research Director

Peter is the founder of SAR Insight & Consulting. Peter has been tracking, analyzing and commenting on technology markets for almost 20 years. In that time he has headed practices at a number of leading analyst firms, managing teams of analysts across the world.

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