At XMOS we believe the future of machine interaction lies in our voice. The ability to speak to computers and embedded devices the way we talk to humans will make it simpler to manage complex tasks and easier to control the many devices that fill our day-to-day lives; making advanced technology more accessible to all.
XMOS voice solutions create opportunities for manufacturers, retailers and entertainment companies to integrate conversational interfaces to existing products, and design new product categories that change how we interact with our homes, work environments and leisure activities.
In this short video Mark Lippett (President & CEO) and Paul Neil (VP of Marketing & Business Development) explain why voice is so important as a way to interact with machines, and discuss the challenges faced to make voice interfaces ubiquitous across our home, office and leisure lives.
XMOS voice interfaces connect to automatic speech recognition (ASR) systems running remotely on Cloud servers or locally on an application processor. The captured signal allows an ASR to respond to a question or instruction in a natural and conversational way.
XMOS voice interface solutions include:
Infineon Technologies AG has partnered with XMOS to deliver a new building block for voice recognition. The module features a combination of radar and silicon microphone sensors from Infineon and audio processor from XMOS. It provides optimal far-field voice capture suitable for smart TV and set top box, secure keyless entry systems, and other voice-operated consumer devices.
Bristol, United Kingdom and Santa Clara, Calif., 1st November 2016 – XMOS Ltd., the leader in voice hardware solutions and Sensory Inc., a Silicon Valley company that enhances the user experience and security of consumer electronics, have today announced a partnership to deliver Sensory’s TrulyHandsfreeTM voice control technology on the XMOS xCORE-VOICE far-field voice capture processing platform.
Bristol and Tokyo, 10th May 2016 – XMOS Ltd., the leader in voice and music connectivity and Advanced Media, Inc., a leading provider of advanced speech recognition systems in Japan, have today announced a partnership intended to deliver advanced speech recognition user interfaces into the consumer market. The partnership will combine the powerful xCORE-VOICE embedded hardware with Advanced Media’s AmiVoice Engine to create a class-leading end-to-end speech recognition solution.
XMOS is a premier provider of voice capture and processing solutions. The xCORE-200 family of Multicore Microcontrollers powers XMOS’ Microphone Array, SmartMic and Digital Assistants solutions which are pushing the boundaries of quality and integration - delivering the most comprehensive Voice User Interface (VUI) controller solutions.
XMOS is backed by some of the largest names in high tech venture capital: Amadeus Capital, DFJ Esprit, Foundation Capital, Robert Bosch Venture Capital GmbH and Kew Capital.
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