Media Advisory: CSR attends and speaks at GSA & IET Forum and 130th AES Convention
CAMBRIDGE, UK - CSR (LSE: CSR) can today announce two events in May that it will be attending.
11 May 2011: GSA & IET International Semiconductor Forum; Munich, Germany
On the 11th May, CSR’s CEO Joep van Beurden will be speaking at a panel discussion at the GSA & IET International Semiconductor Forum in Munich.
With the demand for smaller, faster and higher quality performance devices, semiconductor companies are aiming to develop next-generation semiconductor chips to enable new applications that take advantage of high-speed data connections, added processing capabilities and long battery life. Addressing the design and architectural challenges, the topic of the discussion is ‘Innovation in Smart Phone Technology – Needs and Drivers for Future Growth’.
Alongside other industry experts, including Dr Jalal Bagherli CEO of Dialog Semiconductor and Tudor Brown, President of ARM, Joep van Beurden will be analysing solutions available, such as a process and/or components, which can satisfy the quality and performance requirements of new mobile applications. Key to the dialogue is the question of which solutions can enable semiconductor companies to manage costs and generate profitability.
Moderator of the panel is the Head of Branded Products & Terminals Innovation of the Vodafone Group, Ralf Elias.
13 May 2011: 130th AES Convention; London, UK
On the 13th May CSR’s Neil Smyth will be presenting a paper titled ‘A Lossless/Near-Lossless Audio Codec for Low Latency Streaming Applications on Embedded Devices’ at the Speech and Coding Paper Session during the 130th AES Convention in London.
With an increased need for high quality audio streaming in devices such as home audio networking systems, wireless transmission capacities continue to grow. The aim is to utilise this increasing data bandwidth to perform real-time wireless streaming of audio content coded in a lossless or near-lossless format.
The paper will discuss the development of an adaptive audio coding algorithm that balances the design goals of low latency, low complexity, error robustness, and a dynamically-variable bit rate that scales to mathematically-lossless coding under suitable conditions.
Other Paper Sessions at the AES convention include Speech and Hearing, Audio Equipment and Audio Content Management.
CSR plc is a leading provider of multifunction connectivity and location platforms. CSR’s technology portfolio includes Bluetooth, GPS, FM, Wi-Fi (IEEE802.11), UWB, NFC and other technologies to enable silicon platforms that incorporate fully integrated radio, baseband and microcontroller elements. CSR’s Connectivity Centre is designed to enhance the user experience with mainstream mobile devices by intelligent integration of multiple wireless connectivity and location-awareness technologies. CSR’s Location Platforms are complemented by wireless connectivity and multimedia capabilities for high-volume mobile consumer devices and commercial applications.
CSR’s technology has been adopted by market leaders into a wide range of mobile consumer devices such as mobile phones, automobile navigation and telematics systems, portable navigation devices (PNDs), wireless headsets, mobile computers, mobile internet devices, GPS recreational devices, digital cameras, mobile gaming, plus a wide range of personal and commercial tracking applications.
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