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Leading telecom & Mobile hardware OEMs
In 2006 Spirit has signed over 50 new deals with the leading telecom and mobile hardware OEMs and software vendors. Currently Spirit counts among its customers Adobe, Agere, ARM, Atmel, Compal, Flextronics, Ericsson, HP, HTC, Interwise, Kyocera, LG, Marconi, MediaRing, Microsoft, National Semiconductor, NEC, Nortel Networks, Oracle, Paltalk, Panasonic, Philips Semiconductor, Plustek, Polycom, Quanta, Radvision, Samsung, Siemens, Texas Instruments, Toshiba, Trinity Convergence and 200+ other communication OEMs and software vendors.
Spirit extends licensing contracts
Spirit has proved its technical and service excellence again in 2006 by extending licensing contracts with many of its old customers such as Adobe, Compal, HTC, Oracle and Siemens, as well as by signing new contracts with global leaders including ARM, Interwise, Microsoft, Quanta, Plustek, Radvision and 50+ other key players in the embedded voice, audio and video market. There are also several major deals Spirit signed in 2006 with global names, where customers do not allow Spirit to announce their names publicly.
Spirit software partner of ARM
In 2006 Spirit became the global and preferred strategic software partner to ARM. This partnership has already led to major deals signed by Spirit this year with leading mobile and personal media player OEMs on the ARM platform in both Asia and the US.
Spirit voice, audio & Video products
Spirit stays focused on voice, audio and video processing market. Spirit products are now used in 80 countries, and Spirit is constantly hiring new technical and sales talents. The growing popularity of Spirit voice, audio and video products in 2006 has attracted new business partners who joined Spirit success and amplified it further by active promotion of Spirit products and services. In 2006 almost a dozen of new sales partners were added to Spirit partner network in Asia alone, enabling Spirit to get closer to the Chinese, Taiwanese, Korean and Japanese mobile and personal media player OEMs. The extensive network of new Asian partners is the key channel to deliver award-winning Spirit voice, audio and video engines to the world, thus enabling low-cost and low-power consuming VoIP, audio and video over WiFi and 3G networks.
Spirit mobile voice & Audio
"The major global communication market players trust Spirit by integrating our products and bringing new customers to us by recommendation and reference," said Slava Borilin, VP Products at Spirit. "We have extremely aggressive goals to meet for the next two years. Embedded and mobile voice and audio markets have been Spirit's core strength for the last 10 years, and we are the global leader here, as clearly evidenced by our OEM customers and sales partners traction in 2006. As a result of our 10 years experience, today Spirit software powers 100M+ voice channels embedded in hardware, and this is far more than any of our competitors can show, without counting free PC voice channels. Spirit delivers unique embedded voice experience."
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