MightyWorks to Adopt Cadence Voice Signal Processors
MightyWorks has ported its single-microphone and multi-microphone processing technologies to the Cadence Tensilica HiFi digital signal processors (DSPs).
MightyWorks' audio and voice technologies are specifically designed for mobile, automotive, Bluetooth accessories, and home assistant applications. MightyWorks has provided AudioZoom technology for smartphones, which captures the sound from the desired direction, while reducing interfering sounds. MightyWorks also offers Clear Call and SRE (Speech Recognition Enhancer) technologies, which improve user experience in voice calls, e-calls, and speech recognition in automotive environments by up to 50 percent.
The Tensilica HiFi DSP supports more than 160 audio/voice software packages and more than 75 software partners in the Tensilica Xtensions partner program.
"Our goal is to provide a solution that improves speech recognition rates in noisy backgrounds and far-field conditions," said Edward Shin, CEO of MightyWorks, in a statement. "Our technology supports handheld, hands-free, and automotive environments and provides voice tracking, which can identify the direction of the speaker, leading to an overall better audio experience for users."
"Our customers are always looking for new innovations that can improve the quality of their audio and voice applications," said Larry Przywara, group director of audio/voice IP marketing at Cadence Design Systems, in a statement. "MightyWorks' proven audio and voice technologies provide a valuable addition to our growing audio/voice/speech software partner ecosystem, offering advanced features, including its Speech Recognition Enhancer, which combines beamforming, noise suppression, and speech feature restoring."
The HiFi Integrator Studio provides an audio framework for digital signal processors.