OmniSpeech, Cadence Tensilica team up on voice AI technology

OmniSpeech, Cadence Tensilica team up on voice AI technology

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By Jean-Pierre Joosting

OmniSpeech, an AI voice technology company, has announced that it has become an official Tensilica audio software partner of Cadence.

Founded by world-renowned electrical engineer Dr. Carol Espy-Wilson, OmniSpeech has current commercial agreements for its AI voice technology with large global entities for enterprise and consumer devices that leverage Cadence platforms. Through this new partnership, the OmniSpeech and Cadence teams plan to collaborate to further optimize OmniSpeech’s best-in-class AI noise suppression algorithms for the Cadence Tensilica HiFi Mini, HiFi 1, HiFi 3, HiFi 4, and HiFi 5 DSPs.

“OmniSpeech is the AI noise suppression technology of choice for companies that leverage the Cadence Tensilica HiFi platform. We look forward to working closely with Cadence to push the boundaries on AI-powered voice technology to better serve our mutual customers,” said David Przygoda, CEO of OmniSpeech.

OmniSpeech has seen increased demand for its AI-powered noise suppression and other voice focused algorithms, accelerated by remote work, hearables, and more. OmniSpeech currently powers ClaerityAI, an enterprise noise suppression app from Aeris Communications as well as premium hardware from leading global hardware companies. OmniSpeech is currently undergoing a fundraising round that will be used to scale their team and develop new next-gen AI algorithms for human and machine voice applications.

“OmniSpeech has successfully implemented their AI-powered noise suppression technology on the Tensilica HiFi platform, providing their first commercial customer with advanced audio processing capabilities,” said Yipeng Liu, group director of product marketing for Tensilica audio/voice IP at Cadence. “As interest in AI-based audio processing grows among semiconductor and OEM customers, Cadence remains dedicated to offering the most comprehensive AI-enabled audio and voice IP platform.”

In addition to collaborating on optimizing OmniSpeech AI algorithms for Cadence Tensilica DSPs, the companies plan to work closely together to provide turnkey AI noise suppression and other AI speech systems for automotive, consumer, mobile, IoT, and defense customers.


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