Max Sound, a high-definition (HD) company whose MAX-D technology improves voice, media and entertainment audio on mobile devices, was recently spotlighted on Qualcomm’s (QCOM) Worldwide Developer Network.
“Since the porting of the MAX-D algorithm to the Qualcomm Hexagon™ DSP, and introduction at Uplinq last month, several business and technology opportunities have arisen,” John Blaisure, CEO MAXD stated in the press release. “We welcome the media, mobile industry, public and investors to read this exciting Mobile Technology Showcase and highlights about MAX-D’s application that improves audio streams on the Snapdragon DSP Chip.”
MAX-D is able to be used anywhere there is a Snapdragon processor and RAM, increasing its usage viability from just mobile formats. That includes home entertainment systems, automobiles, headphones, or speakers. MAX-D received strong approval from industry attendees at Qualcomm’s recently held annual event, Uplinq. The event participants noted the high audio quality that MAX-D produces, a factor that MAXD says will be a decisive feature attraction for users everywhere.
“You won’t believe the depth detail and dimension of the audio that can come from a mobile device with our patent-pending HD Audio Technology,” said Lloyd Trammel, inventor of MAX-D. “These devices will become a must for any consumer that wants the best auditory-sensory-experience from their movies, music, games and voice transmissions.”
Qualcomm is the industry leader in 3G and next-generation mobile technologies, producing close to half the chip-sets used in the global smart phone market. It also powers some of the most well-known brands such as Samsung, Sony, HTC, BlackBerry, and LG.
MAXD’s highlighting in Qualcomm can be found at: https://developer.qualcomm.com/showcase/max-d-complex-hardware-upgrade-becomes-simple-software-upgrade (Application Story Source: Qualcomm Developer Network).
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