TCL Selects DSP Group’s SmartVoice For Seamless Integration with the Google Assistant
DSP Group, Inc., a global leader in wireless chipsets, announced that TCL has integrated DSP Group’s SmartVoice technology into the Alcatel 3T 10 Tablet. By using SmartVoice to enable far-field voice control, TCL joins a list of innovative technology providers bringing efficient voice control to consumer devices.
The Alcatel 3T 10 tablet facilitates multitasking, leisure and relaxation thanks to its pre-installed support of Android 9.0 Pie and the Google Assistant. It has incorporated SmartVoice to activate and use the Google Assistant by simply saying “Hey Google” or “Ok Google”. The advanced artificial intelligence built into Android 9.0 Pie enables activities such as voice call and message management and hands-free audio control to play movies or music, and answer questions.
Powered by DSP Group’s low-power DBMD5 audio and voice processor, featuring high-accuracy far-field and two-way voice processing algorithms, SmartVoice provides a natural, seamless voice interface for the Alcatel 3T 10.
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“TCL has a long history of building best in class home appliances and consumer electronics and therefore has a deep understanding of how humans and machines interact for the best user experience,” said Ofer Elyakim, CEO, DSP Group. “We are very excited that TCL has selected DSP Group’s SmartVoice for the Alcatel 3T 10 tablet which underscores the importance and value of integrating far field voice user interface in devices as it is making smart assistants ubiquitous and is establishing voice as the prevailing interface when it comes to managing smart home systems.”
“We are excited by the opportunity to work with DSP Group to fully enable the Google Assistant on our Alcatel 3T 10 tablet,” said Jefferson Li, Mobile Smart Display General Manager, at TCL. “We understand what consumers need from their devices and systems in a connected world and we are convinced of the need for simple, easy-to-use voice-first interfaces, but those interfaces must also be accurate, reliable, low power, and responsive. That’s why we chose DSP Group’s SmartVoice.”
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