Clarity Introduces CVC-BLUE
TROY, MI - Clarity LLC recently introduced CVC-BLUE, a noise and echo suppression software designed specifically for voice applications featuring Bluetooth wireless technology. Clarity has take into consideration resource and interoperability needs required to deliver a consistent clearer voice signal for Bluetooth wireless technology-enabled products. The benefits of a clearer voice signal are improved intelligibility and improved speech recognition accuracy where used. "Clarity is demonstrating its industry leadership position by becoming the first company to offer the market a suite of algorithms specifically designed for voice applications featuring Bluetooth wireless technology," said Raymond Gunn, president and CEO of Clarity. "Clarity's experience in this space combined with, several major and unannounced, Bluetooth design wins that will be going to market shortly, truly proves that Clarity is a forward looking and progressive company to watch." Clarity is the only noise and echo cancellation technology provider that is an associate member of the Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG). Bluetooth SIG is comprised of leaders in the telecommunications, computing and network industries driving development of Bluetooth wireless technology and bringing it to market. "Bluetooth SIG is glad to include Clarity as one of its members and looks forward to Clarity's contribution to the understanding and creation of standards, as well as methods relative to noise and echo cancellation for Bluetooth SIG members," said Mike McCamon, executive director for the Bluetooth Special Interest Group. Clarity currently has partnerships with suppliers of DSP, Bluetooth radio and base band processors as well as suppliers of Bluetooth software stacks targeted at this growing market. According to research firm In-Stat/MDR in a report - Analysts see a strong Bluetooth market with the number of Bluetooth chip sets shipped surging from 10.4 million units in 2001 to 690 million units in 2006, a five year, 123 percent compound annual growth rate. Bluetooth-enabled equipment will climb to 644 million units over the same period.