XMOS has the broadest portfolio of far-field voice-capture solutions, including both circular and linear arrays, covering the widest variety of consumer use-cases.
These solutions are built on a variety of voice-specific artificial intelligence and signal processing algorithms that can each be individually tuned to meet their customer’s exact requirements. These algorithms are deployed on XMOS’ xCORE-200 family of multicore micro-controllers – a cost-effective platform that drives a low-friction “fabless semiconductor” business model and raises substantial barriers to entry for competitors.
The xCORE-200 family is built upon a unique, patented architecture that supports customisation of algorithms, control and even the IO capabilities using firmware – enabling XMOS to rapidly and economically create new solutions to meet its customers’ evolving needs.
In the media
15th December 2019
Patents assigned in New Hampshire from Dec. 1 to Dec. 8
*** XMOS Assigned Patent for Improved Measurement, Entity and Parameter Estimation XMOS, Hampton, New Hampshire, has been assigned a patent (No. 10,497,381, initially filed April 8, 2015) developed by three co-inventors for “methods
12th December 2019
Far-Field Speech and Voice Recognition Market Worth $4950.36 Billion with CAGR of 21.9% by 2026 | Top Players: Xmos, Vocal Technologies, Vesper Technologies, Texas Instruments, Synaptics, Stmicroelectronics, Sensory, Retune-DSP,
Some of the key players in the market are Xmos, Vocal Technologies, Vesper Technologies, Texas Instruments, Synaptics, Stmicroelectronics, Sensory, Retune-DSP, Qualcomm, Mightyworks, Microsemi, Meeami Technologies, Matrix Labs, Knowles, Harman, Fortemedia, DSP
11th December 2019
The need for integration
Originally a spin-out from Bristol University, XMOS has successfully established itself as a fabless semiconductor company that develops the chips and embedded software that address not only the needs of the