Company to show the newest of intelligent devices
The newest technologies associated with intelligent connected devices will be part of CEVA, Incorporated’s exhibition booth at the International Consumer Electronics Show to be held starting January 6th, 2015 in Las Vegas and will run until January 9th. CEVA will have their exhibit booth set up at the Westgate Las Vegas Hotel. It will be here where event attendees will be able to see the newest CEVA technologies and will also be able to talk with the leading engineers from CEVA.
Some of the innovative technologies that CEVA will feature at their CES 2015 booth will be aimed at automotive, cameras, and mobile devices. The CEVA MM-3101 is an imaging DSP that will feature person recognition and real time video stabilization. CEVA will also show some of their new technologies that are aimed at the smart device market. Their TeakLite 4 DSP is designed for noise reduction and will also have groundbreaking voice and face recognition and the best thing is that it will have a low power function that in turn will save battery life on devices. CEVA’s IP tech will have connectivity capabilities for all devices. One of these will be their new smart programming for BlueTooth devices.
CEVA engineers will be available at CES 2015 to have face to face meetings and can be set up by visiting the CEVA company website or by emailing them before the start of CES 2015. CEVA will have over a dozen interactive demos at their CES 2015 booth. CEVA is recognized as the world’s leading company when it comes to the licensing of DSP’s and IP technology. Some of the major companies where CEVA technology is used are LG, Nokia, Samsung, Lenovo, and HTC. The company prides themselves in being able to give consumers low power operation devices but able to afford them high quality products.