CEVA and Mimi Hearing Technologies Partner to Democratize Assistive Hearing for the True Wireless Earbuds Market
The Mimi team are very happy to announce the newest partnership with CEVA, the leading licensor of wireless connectivity and smart sensing technologies and integrated IP solutions. Mimi and CEVA will partner to bring Mimi’s advanced hearing IP to the CEVA Bluebud wireless audio platform.
We are very excited to announce a new partnership with headphone and audio manufacturer Cleer Audio, the San Diego based manufacturer of award-winning headphones and smart speakers.
Mimi launches the World Hearing Index 2021 – Since 2017, Mimi Hearing Technologies has mapped how the world hears annually, with data from over 1.5 million digital hearing tests – one of the largest pieces of hearing research ever created.
Last week beyerdynamic launched their new Blue BYRD 2nd generation headphones, featuring Mimi Sound Personalization. The Blue BYRD enables smooth transitions between listening to music, phone calls, work, study, or sports – anytime, anywhere.
In March this year, Mimi announced that Philips TV were becoming the first major Pan-European Television brand to include Mimi Sound Personalization on its TV sets. Philips Android TVs are now available in European stores equipped with Mimi Sound Personalization technology.
Mimi CEO, Philipp Skribanowitz, sat down with Bragi’s CEO, Nikolaj Hviid, recently to discuss the future collaboration between the two companies, how users ’ listening habits have changed during the pandemic, and what the future holds for hearing technologies. The video is available to watch now.
Mimi and Shenzhen Rillya Industries partner to bring hearing health technologies to smartphone devices
Mimi Hearing Technologies announced last week that it is bringing its industry-leading digital hearing health platform, which bridges the gap between hearing ability and listening experience, to smartphones for the first time by partnering with Shenzhen Rillya Industries.
Meet André Santos one of the Software Engineers at Mimi. André was born in the north of Brazil and moved to Germany three years ago, and he lives with severe to profound hearing loss.