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MWC 2013 NXP Software stand demo by Noah

Hear the difference at Mobile World Congress 2013

LifeVibes VoiceExperience delivers premium quality voice calling

Barcelona, Spain, 25th – 28th February. NXP Software, a world leader in mobile voice and multimedia software, will be demonstrating the latest version of its LifeVibes VoiceExperience software at Mobile World Congress 2013 (hall 7, stand 7C101).

Adding the ‘WOW’ to voice calling

Visitors are welcome to participate in interactive demos to hear how LifeVibes VoiceExperience delivers increased quality and clarity for wideband audio (HD Voice). Offering best-in-class noise suppression and echo cancellation, LifeVibes VoiceExperience provides a premium consumer experience across all platforms and ecosystems.

Next generation in noise suppression

Mobile World Congress is a noisy environment and visitors will get to experience the next generation in noise suppression under the challenging conditions of the show itself. NXP Software’s noise suppression demonstration at Mobile World Congress gives device makers and service providers a chance to hear how echo and noise can be removed while still maintaining a high quality of speech. This ensures intelligibility in noisy environments such as railway stations or restaurants, including when using speaker mode.

Knowledge onstage and online

NXP Software’s voice experts have been developing voice enhancement algorithms for almost a decade and will be available on the NXP Software stand to provide in-depth information. In addition, the recently launched VoiceGurus.com blog will report and comment on interesting activities related to aspects of voice technology for mobile devices.

“We have a lot of technical expertise to share on voice technology for mobile devices”, says Ralf Funken, Product Manager Voice at NXP Software. “The VoiceGurus blog will look at the technical challenges of delivering high quality voice experience on mobile devices. We will share our insights and opinions and want everyone to get involved in the discussion.”

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