Spotlight Features 2006
2006 Spotlight Features highlighting developments in the evolution and deployment of QSound's leading edge digital audio technology.
Sun Open Sources Java Platform
"Sun Microsystems is making the right move by open sourcing JavaME as this will create an open standards environment for content developers and provide an easily integrable platform for technology vendors" said David Gallagher, President and CEO, QSound Labs, Inc., "We believe this initiative will accelerate the adoption of our fully compliant solutions for JSR135* and JSR234*..."
Binaural Technology for Mobile Applications
At the AES convention earlier this year in Paris, Mr. David Gallagher, President and CEO of QSound Labs, Inc., was asked to participate as an expert panelist discussing binaural technology for mobile applications. QSound's microQ® technology, based on patented technology and the principals of binaural hearing, has been accepted by many of the markets' major platform providers and manufacturers.
QSound and Sony Vaio
Sony's QSound-enhanced SonicStage Mastering StudioT ("SSMS") software is bundled on all VAIO personal computers. SSMS is an application that lets you record songs from analog records or cassette tapes into your computer, and output them to CD-R or CD-RW discs or audio files.
Mobile Audio Meets CEATEC JAPAN
QSound's leading microQ® mobile audio technology was demonstrated at CEATEC JAPAN, the largest international exhibition in Asia for the technology and electronics sectors. At the show, Softbank launched its first 3G/GSM handset by Panasonic incorporating QSound's microQ technology, the SoftBank 705P mobile phone.
QSound Presents at ARM Developer Conference
John Mortimer, senior software developer with QSound Labs Inc., joined ARM and its technology partners from around the world at the key industry event for developers of ARM powered solutions. John's presentation, entitled "Software Optimizations for Audio Processing on ARM Platforms," demonstrated a variety of optimization techniques to help developers fully utilize the ARM architecture for audio processing applications.