Company Announces General Availability of RivieraWaves Bluetooth Low Energy and Dual Mode IP with Disruptive Low Power Audio LE-Audio Support
CEVA has a unique industry position as a one-stop provider of low-power connectivity, audio/voice and sensor fusion for the wireless audio market
CEVA, the world’s leading licensor of wireless connectivity and smart devices? (NASDAQ: CEVA) announced that with the addition of RivieraWaves Bluetooth Low Energy and Dual Mode IP supporting Low Energy Audio (LE Audio) Generally released, the company has enhanced its offerings for developers of True Wireless Stereo (TWS) earbuds and other wireless audio devices.
Audio Low Energy is the next generation of Bluetooth audio technology, bringing new capabilities that enhance audio quality and connection robustness, and enable new audio sharing use cases. The improved audio quality is thanks to a new codec called LC3, or low-complexity communication codec, which also reduces operating power consumption, extending the battery life of TWS earbuds and other audio streaming devices. It has been optimized for LC3 on CEVA’s audio DSP.
Mark Powell, CEO of the Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG), said: “The Bluetooth community will continue to advance the technology to meet changing market needs and create new opportunities. Low-power audio is a good example. These new audio The use case not only enhances the performance of existing Bluetooth audio products, but introduces audio sharing capabilities that promise to change the way we experience audio and connect with the world around us.”
Low-power audio is one of the most important Bluetooth innovations in recent times, and CEVA has become the industry-leading advanced wireless Your one-stop provider of audio solutions.
Ange Aznar, Vice President and General Manager of the Wireless IoT Business Unit at CEVA, said: “We warmly congratulate the Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG) on the launch of Audio Low Energy. We have a large customer base for both our Bluetooth Low Energy and Bluetooth Dual Mode IP, and we We have seen strong customer demand for low-power audio with a view to bringing new wireless audio products to market.”