XMOS invites you to meet our team at MWC on 26th February to 1st March 2018 in Barcelona, to discover the latest news about our voice interfacing technology, and see our new VocalFusion STEREO solutions in action, plus first implementations.
XMOS voice interfaces make it easy to add high quality voice capture to consumer electronics including smart TVs, soundbar and set-top boxes at market-defining prices. Product designers can use voice to extend services, improve user experience, increase personalization, establish brand persona and drive loyalty.
MWC focus: New VocalFusion voice processor with stereo-AEC
Q1 launch of our new STEREO far-field evaluation kit with a short linear microphone array, and the associated xCORE VocalFusion device, XVF3500. We will have exciting news about our stereo solution to reveal at the show!
- xCORE VocalFusion device, XVF3500: 4-microphone PDM, adaptive beamforming, full-duplex stereo acoustic echo cancellation with barge-in support, dereverberation, static noise suppression and automatic gain control. Both USB and IS2/I2C backhaul supported. The device will be available in a small form-factor FB167 package.
- Target applications: smart TV, soundbar and set-top box markets and other near-to-wall products
- Demos ◦Stereo far-field linear evaluation kit: comparison with existing mono implementation
- First implementations (current targets: soundbar, set-top box for video conferencing)
And that’s not all! We will also be showing… •VocalSorcery: analysing complex soundscapes using blind-source signal separation, to isolate speech from individual speakers in a room of people.
- Commercially available VocalFusion Far-Field Voice Capture Evaluation Kits ◦The most comprehensive portfolio of far-field evaluation kits, with both linear and circular mic arrays
- The world’s first far-field linear mono acoustic echo cancellation kit qualified for Amazon AVS
- Commercial deployments of our voice technology
- On the Infineon stand in Hall 6 C41: SensorFusion, combining radar with microphone sensors, we’ll show how the combination of XMOS and Infineon technologies can be used to differentiate between speech from people in the room, and voices from a static speaker.