Today we talked with Kleer VP Ron Glibbery about their innovative audio technologies and the markets for them. By way of background, Kleer is a fabless semiconductor company that has developed the first wireless audio technology to combine high quality audio with low power consumption to address portable, home and automotive audio markets. Kleer’s patented radio architecture delivers lossless CD-quality digital stereo audio, while achieving 10 times the battery life of a comparable Bluetooth solution.
I’ve heard headphones built with the Kleer chipset. They sound GREAT! Recently, their technology has made its way into products from Sennheiser and RCA. Soon we’ll all be able to get our hands on these.
On the call this morning: Dan York, Ken Camp, James Body, Steve Sokol, Jeanette Fisher, Brad Jones, Ian Hood, Sheryl Breuker, Susan Verrecchia, Kyoko Kataoka, Ron Glibbery, and James Elrick.