StreamUnlimited Launches Flagship Audio Module with NXP’s i.MX 7 and Marvell’s Avastar Wireless Solution
High-end Stream810 module includes Google Cast™ and StreamSDK software capabilities
September 9th, 2016 – StreamUnlimited, a provider of software solutions and modules for connected audio products, announces the Stream810, a high-end audio streaming model in collaboration with NXP® Semiconductors and Marvell. The Stream810 will make its international debut at CEDIA 2016 from September 15th – 17th in Dallas.
StreamUnlimited’s Stream810 is a high-end streaming device for flagship audio products, including low power portable units. In conjunction with NXP’s i.MX 7 Dual applications processor and Marvell’s advanced Avastar 88W8897 2×2 802.11ac and BT4.2 Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) combo solution, Stream810 was created to provide audio manufacturers with a more efficient and faster turnaround time from design to sale without compromising reliable streaming technology. The combination of Google Cast and StreamSDK software enables brands to quickly bring Google Cast™ into their product families, augmented with additional streaming audio features.
“We look forward to presenting the Stream810 at CEDIA 2016 in the coming week,” said Frits Wittgrefe, chief executive officer for StreamUnlimited. “The Stream810 is a high-end streaming device, created in collaboration with NXP and Marvell, and its innovative design has already created traction within the audio community. We’re working with prestigious brand names to integrate Stream810’s technology into many products making their debut in 2017.”
“We are excited to be working with StreamUnlimited in providing a high-end streaming audio solution based on the i.MX 7Dual applications processor, which combines high processing throughput with energy efficiency, making it suitable for a wide range of portable and static audio products. Collaborating with StreamUnlimited provides our customers with a reliable and fast to market solution, with the option of adding smart home functions in the future,” said Martyn Humphries, Vice President of Media Applications Processors at NXP Semiconductors.
“We are excited to collaborate with StreamUnlimited to provide a high performing 802.11ac wireless solution for the rapidly growing connected audio market,” said Kevin Tang, Associate Vice President of Marketing, Wireless Connectivity Business Unit at Marvell Semiconductor, Inc. “Marvell’s award-winning wireless connectivity solution provides low-power, high performance to enable low-latency synchronization for a seamless audio experience. We look forward to witnessing the rapid adoption of the Stream810, powering the next generation of advanced streaming audio solutions.”
See the Stream810 demo by visiting StreamUnlimited at CEDIA 2016 in Dallas, Texas from September 15th – 17th, 2016 in the Omni Dallas Hotel. To make an appointment with StreamUnlimited at CEDIA 2016, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Google Cast:
Google Cast™ is a technology that lets you cast your favorite entertainment from your phone, tablet or laptop right to your TV or speakers. Easily control your TV or speakers with apps you already know and love from your iPhone®, iPad®, Android™ phone or tablet, Mac® or Windows® laptop, or Chromebook.
StreamSDK from StreamUnlimited is a software solution that transports any streaming audio functionality to multiple various consumer electronics devices including Internet radio and music services, UPnP/DLNA, Google Cast, USB, high resolution audio, BT, AirPlay, wireless and Ethernet, graphical user interface, Android and Apple iOS.
Founded in 2005, StreamUnlimited originated as a team of 25 engineers and in 10 years has built its’ own IP while tripling its size. Privately-owned StreamUnlimited is now a supplier of software solutions and modules for connected audio products. Partnering with all major semiconductor companies and technology providers in the consumer electronics channel, StreamUnlimited works with high-end audio, CEDIA-channel and premium and mainstream consumer electronics manufacturers located in the USA, Japan, China and Europe. For more details, visit www.StreamUnlimited.com.