Libre Wireless debuts Mavid, its miniaturized low power integrated wireless voice/audio/IoT device


Libre Wireless Technologies announced this week “Mavid,” its new embedded voice enabled multiprotocol wireless connectivity and IoT platform. This platform features ultra low power and incredibly small size and incorporates a complete hardware and software solution for embedded voice, IoT, audio and wireless connectivity, and features Amazon Alexa Voice Service support.

In addition to bringing great value to existing voice-enabled products, this platform will enable OEMs and ODMs to create new applications previously not yet realizable including very small battery powered, portable and wearable products for next gen voice interface products.

The MAVID platform offers scalable device options and software features that enable cost/feature optimized solutions for a myriad of new voice enabled IoT applications, many of which were not realizable until now with this very unique and fully integrated miniaturized MAVID hardware/software platform.

Libre Wireless is known for their industry leading LibreSync wireless mic-to-cloud voice and media streaming platform solutions, and now takes their solutions to an entirely new level. The new “MAVID” platform will deliver a range of miniature “Multiprotocol Audio & Voice IoT Devices” that deliver turn-key, or fully customizable, end-to-end solutions all integrated into a single device, with the first MAVID device measuring only 13.5mm x 13.5mm.

The platform provides comprehensive integration, performance optimization and wireless coexistence management for a wide range of features, including extensive host MCU features, 802.11ac dual band WiFi, BT4.1, BT audio streaming, BlueTooth Low Energy, far field voice processing interface including automatic echo cancellation/beam forming/wake word recognition, wake-on-voice features along with integrated and embedded memory.

Mavid also offers options for adding Zigbee, Thread, LoRa, DECT/ULE and LTE connectivity for broader interoperability and multiprotocol applications. This extensive hardware integration is driven by a comprehensive multiprotocol connectivity, far field voice, Alexa voice services and media streaming application SDK, all running on a very fast and power efficient real-time operating system.

“Voice interface and control is experiencing rapid growth and fast becoming a primary interface for man to machine applications in virtually every market segment,” said Hooman Kashef, chief executive officer of Libre Wireless Technologies. “We are very honored and proud to be working with the Amazon Alexa Voice Service, and we look forward to continuing to deliver innovative and best-in-class solutions that are cost-effective and compact and provide industry-leading low power, multiprotocol and multi-function features.”

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