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RISC-V chip to drive next generation app store of hearables | Nick Flaherty, EENews Europe

By January 3, 2023January 4th, 2023No Comments

US startup Sonical Sound Solutions is launching an ‘app store’ for headphones and hearables at CES this week ahead of a high performance, low power RISC-V chip.

The apps run on Sonical’s operating system, called CosmOS, that runs on both RISC-V or ARM-based chips.

“We spoke to hundreds of product companies and we found that there are dozens of features that companies want to put into their products and none of them can make them so we need apps so that third party developers can unlock these features, not just spatial audio but so many other things,” said Gary Spittle, CEO of Sonical told eeNews Europe.

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