Spirit DSP recently announced an enviable portfolio of customers for the 2007 year. They include Adobe, Agere, ARM, Atmel, Compal, Flextronics, Ericsson, HP, HTC, Interwise, Kyocera, LG, Marconi, MediaRing, Microsoft, National Semiconductor, NEC, Nortel Networks, Oracle, Paltalk, Panasonic, Philips Semiconductor, Plustek, Polycom, Quanta, Radvision, Samsung, Siemens, Texas Instruments, Toshiba and Trinity Convergence.
The company provides embedded voice, video and conferencing engines typically taking advantage of VoIP/IP communications. I thought the roster of clients interesting as it is a cross section of communications and computing companies. Everything from Microsoft to Polycom.
It seems a wave of new Asian companies are key to the company’s growth plans this year.
One thing is for sure. Spirit DSP is never afraid to take competitors head on. Take a look at this quote for a sense of what I am talking about.
“The major global communication market players trust SPIRIT by integrating our products and bringing new customers to us by recommendation and reference,” said Slava Borilin, VP Products at SPIRIT. “We have extremely aggressive goals to meet for the next two years. Embedded and mobile voice and audio markets have been SPIRIT’s core strength for the last 10 years, and we are the global leader here, as clearly evidenced by our OEM customers and sales partners traction in 2006. As a result of our 10 years experience, today SPIRIT software powers 100M+ voice channels embedded in hardware, and this is far more than any of our competitors can show, without counting free PC voice channels. SPIRIT delivers unique embedded voice experience.”