Skyworks has announced the use of its advanced audio processing and cognitive wireless solutions in high-performance sound bars from companies like Harman Kardon/JBL, Panasonic, Polk, Samsung, Sony, Toshiba, VIZIO and Yamaha. Skyworks’ analog system-on-chips (ASoCs) combine breakthrough audio/voice circuits, highly efficient power management ICs and custom hardware accelerators to enable smart acoustic signal processing and artificial intelligence (AI) features in audio systems.Through collaboration with key customers, Skyworks has played an important role in pioneering a new era of plug-and-play entertainment systems for the connected home. Sound bars are speakers that help create an immersive, theater-like experience. By occupying minimal space and eliminating the need for multiple speakers and external wiring, consumers are able to enjoy versatile, quality sound in their home. Skyworks’ sixth generation cognitive wireless devices are the industry’s leading fixed low-latency audio solutions that deliver uncompressed, superior quality. Further, the company’s proprietary platforms provide extreme interference resistance and co-existence for standards like Wi-Fi and Bluetooth.Skyworks’ Audio SolutionsThrough its 2018 acquisition of Avnera, Skyworks offers market-leading audio processors and cognitive wireless chipsets that power point-to-point and point-to-multi-point wireless connections in addition to synchronized multi-channel audio capabilities. Products include proprietary protocols for global hardware support and radio functionality with best-in-class co-existence for popular wireless standards. Skyworks’ solutions provide fixed and low-latency, uncompressed audio and interference-free transmission which are imperative for applications such as wireless home entertainment speakers, sound bars and gaming consoles. Click here to know more.Skyworks at CES 2020Skyworks is hosting customer meetings at CES by appointment from January 7 – 10, 2020 at the Sands Expo in Las Vegas, Nevada. Click here to view our coverage from the CES event.