Wolfson Microelectronics has selected Symphony Teleca Corporation (STC) to provide turnkey services for integration, porting and optimisation of software features and audio solutions featured in Wolfson’s audio products, such as the WM8280 Audio Hub, for the consumer electronics and mobile device markets. Both the companies going to showcase the combined solutions at 2014 International CES in Las Vegas, 7-10 January, 2014.
STC to help Wolfson customers to port its software onto Wolfson’s hardware platforms such as the WM8280 Audio Hub solution with integrated audio digital signal processor (DSP) designed for smartphones, tablets and other portable audio devices. Wolfson says its audio solutions are platform agnostic, so can be used by original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) across all application processor platforms.
Eddie Sinnott, VP of Portfolio, Strategy and Marketing at Wolfson Microelectronics, said: “In today’s competitive market, our customers are seeking ways to get their products to market as quickly as possible. They also want to deliver the benefits that running on the Wolfson platform can offer in order to differentiate. To help, Wolfson has been looking for software professional services partners with a strong international presence, and excellent software engineering capabilities. We are delighted to find this in Symphony Teleca and this partnership will help enable our customers to deliver the best possible audio experience to the consumer in their electronic products, in the shortest possible time.”
“This is an outstanding opportunity for Symphony Teleca to work with a global leader in audio solutions for the rapidly expanding consumer electronics market,” said Andrew Till, Senior Vice President, Symphony Teleca. “Delivering next-generation, high-quality consumer audio experiences will help to further drive growth in the market. We are excited to play a role in shaping the future of the consumer market and to partner with an innovator such as Wolfson.”