Company’s CEO/Director and its EVP of Sales & Marketing Will Present the Benefits of the SKAA Standard for Wireless Audio as well as Conduct Product Demonstrations During the Invitation-Only Oct. 17 Event in Mountain View, Calif.
EDMONTON, Alberta, Canada, Oct. 15, 2019 – Eleven Engineering, Inc. (www.elevenengineering.com), a market leader in semiconductor products for wireless audio for home theater, multi-room, portable, professional, 12 Volt (car, truck, motorcycle, power sports, marine) and gaming applications, is proud to announce that Infineon Technologies has invited John Sobota, Eleven Engineering CEO and director, and Rex Whitehead, Eleven Engineering executive vice president, sales & marketing, to present as well as conduct product demonstrations during the invitation-only OktoberTech 2019 Technology Collaboration Forum, held Oct. 17 at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, Calif.
“We will be covering the 7 Deadly Sins of WiFi Audio, discussing how there isn’t a wireless audio standard thus creating market confusion,” said Whitehead. “When you peel back the layers, WiFi Audio is crippled in seven key areas. We will break it down during OktoberTech 2019 as we have done on our YouTube channel because WiFi Audio is more of a detriment than a benefit to those who value and consume audio in their everyday lives, as well as wireless audio product manufacturers who cater to and depend upon these customers.”
The OktoberTech 2019 Technology Collaboration Forum brings together an exclusive group of visionary product developers, business leaders, expert hardware and system design engineers to explore advanced technologies…from intelligent power, smart audio, contextually aware systems and autonomous machines to enhanced security…that will help link the real and the digital world.
Recently, Eleven Engineering entered into a co-marketing agreement with Munich, Germany-based Infineon Technologies AG, a world leader in semiconductor solutions.
“Eleven Engineering and Infineon Technologies’ MERUS™ team have worked together for years, jointly enabling customer products, and this partnership formalizes a tremendous opportunity for both companies to fully utilize the technology and marketing strengths of the other for years to come,” explained John Sobota, Eleven Engineering CEO and director. “Rex and I look forward to presenting at OktoberTech 2019.”
Infineon Technologies’ MERUS™ range of advanced audio amplifier solutions enables customers to maximize power efficiency, output power, and audio performance while ensuring the greatest possible design freedom and fast time-to-market. Eleven Engineering products already available which incorporate this technology include Strawberry 3 and Saskatoon “off-the-shelf motherboards”, Dillinger Labs Aquarius speakers, and Soundboks speakers, plus three new products from Levven Audio.
SKAA is the new standard for wireless high fidelity audio, developed by Eleven Engineering, Inc. SKAA transmitters work with iOS & Android mobile devices, Mac & Windows computers, televisions, and just about any product with a line output, S/PDIF output or a headphone jack. SKAA is also available as a built-in technology not requiring an external transmitter in purpose-designed partner products, which are featured at SKAA.com. In environments laden with heavy WiFi and Bluetooth traffic, SKAA navigates through these hostile environments with best-in-class reliability. SKAA also allows for uninterrupted audio signals that are delivered with the highest sound quality to all speakers without the latency that is inherent in other wireless solutions.
Eleven Engineering breaks down the Seven Deadly Sins of WiFi Audio on its YouTube channel (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tw2iSCuT0x8).
For additional information, contact Rex Whitehead at 480-650-3979 or email email@example.com. For more information on Eleven Engineering, visit www.elevenengineering.com, SKAA wireless YouTube channel, and Facebook/.
About Eleven Engineering, Inc.
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada-based Eleven Engineering, Inc. is a market leader in microprocessors SiPs (System in Package) and modules designed for wireless audio for Home Theater, Multi-Room, Portable, and Pro Audio products. Eleven’s XInC2 multithreaded processor was designed specifically for digital wireless audio applications but is also well suited for other realtime intensive microprocessor applications.
Eleven’s high-performance wireless audio semiconductors, equipped with XInC2 wireless processor cores, are complete solutions for high-quality digital wireless audio transport. WFD™, Eleven’s proprietary wireless audio transport protocol, has a narrow footprint in the radio spectrum, delivering both best-in-class coexistence with WiFi / Bluetooth and unparalleled Quality of Service.
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