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Alexa and her friends are everywhere at CES

So is the remote control being killed-off? In the long-term, absolutely. It’s gone. “Getting rid of the remote control is one of the strongest use cases for voice technologies,” says Mark Lippett, CEO at XMOS, whose farfield voice tech is used in soundbars, Freebox and Skyworth TVs to allow them connect to Alexa. Please click the…

https://www.techradar.com/uk/news/how-voice-assistants-have-killed-off-the-remote-control
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Mark Lippett on how XMOS has made itself heard.

Don’t miss Mark’s interview in the January edition of South West Business Insider, where he outlines how XMOS’ intelligent speaker technology is set to change the way we live our daily lives …

https://www.insidermedia.com/publications/south-west-business-insider/south-west-business-insider-january-2019
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Talking the Talk. PwC talks to Mark Lippett about the future of voice

To keep XMOS compelling we have to anticipate where the market is going and what our clients are need. In the short term that means delivering an even richer user experience whilst driving costs down. We have a strong position in a massive market. Our challenge – and our opportunity – is to stay focussed on…

https://www.pwc.co.uk/who-we-are/regional-sites/west/insights/Disruption-XMOS.html
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Skyworth unveils ‘always-on AI TV’

Chinese TV manufacturer Skyworth has unveiled an ‘always-on AI TV’ at its new product strategy event. Skyworth has also joined forces with voice and audio processors specialist XMOS to develop the AI voice chip for its TVs.  

https://www.digitaltveurope.com/2018/10/30/skyworth-unveils-always-on-ai-tv/
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Is The TV Remote Control Soon To Become Extinct?

“It might seem strange at the moment, but it won’t be long before remotes are retired and voice takes over,” predicts Mark Lippett, CEO of embedded voice and audio company XMOS. Click the link above to read the full article by Anna Tobin in Forbes.

https://www.forbes.com/sites/annatobin/2018/10/05/is-the-tv-remote-control-soon-to-become-extinct/#3ef0f26a1126
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When will our smart speakers become conversation starters?

On-device AI and push notifications could put voice assistants at the ‘intelligent edge’. “At its most powerful, voice can deliver a user experience like a ‘digital twin’, delivering ‘just in time, personalized, relevant content,“ says says Mark Lippett, CEO at XMOS. Click the link above to read the full article by Jamie Carter in TechRadar.

https://www.techradar.com/uk/news/when-will-our-smart-speakers-become-conversation-starters
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New XMOS Dev Kit for Integrating Alexa into Slim Profile and Wall-Mounted Devices

Alexa makes it possible for customers to conveniently and intuitively control devices from a distance using just their voice. Today, the most prevalent Alexa-enabled products are table-top that sit on a surface in the room. In the future, device makers will take a more seamless approach, moving voice control to the edges of the room…

https://amzn.to/2RiCjmn
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Mark Lippett on acoustic and radar beam steering

XMOS CEO Mark Lippett introduces acoustic and radar beam steering with XMOS Demonstration at Mobile World Congress 2017 in Barcelona

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Voice Recognition to Drive More ‘Conversational’ Platforms

LONDON — Two years ago, Gartner predicted that 30 percent of our interactions with technology in 2018 would happen through conversations with voice-based systems. Last month, an analyst predicted that Amazon’s Alexa will drive $10 billion in sales by 2020.

https://www.eetimes.com/document.asp?doc_id=1332788
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XMOS Introduces Stereo-AEC Far-Field Linear Development kit for AVS, Qualified by Amazon

XMOS announced its VocalFusion Stereo Dev Kit for Amazon AVS, the first linear mic array solution qualified by Amazon for far-field performance that supports stereo acoustic echo cancellation. This new voice processor development kit is designed for developers working in the growing Alexa-enabled smart TV, soundbar, set-top box, and digital media adapter market segments, all…

http://www.audioxpress.com/news/xmos-introduces-stereo-aec-far-field-linear-development-kit-for-avs-qualified-by-amazon
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