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TMCNet:  Audience earSmart Technology Drives Superior Voice Experience on Nexus 10 From Google

[November 13, 2012]

Audience earSmart Technology Drives Superior Voice Experience on Nexus 10 From Google

(Marketwire Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) MOUNTAIN VIEW, CA -- (Marketwire) -- 11/13/12 -- Audience®, Inc. (NASDAQ: ADNC), the leader in advanced voice and audio processing for mobile devices, today announced that the new Nexus 10 tablet from Google features its earSmart™ eS305 Advanced Voice processor. The earSmart eS305 helps enable Nexus 10 to perform voice-enabled tasks reliably and accurately, regardless of the surrounding noise, as well as delivering leading noise-suppression performance for clear video calls, VOIP conference calling and unprecedented video capture.

"Audience is proud to deliver the technology that provides a crystal clear voice experience on the groundbreaking Nexus 10," said Peter Santos, president and CEO of Audience, Inc. "With Audience technology inside, Nexus 10 delivers a clean, crisp voice experience -- whether you are chatting to a friend on a video call, searching for directions, or dictating a text." Audience earSmart technology is ideally suited to a new tablet that leverages the capabilities of Advanced Voice technology to enable a dramatically improved user experience. Audience technology is based on the science of human hearing, and just as humans have two ears, Nexus 10 features two active microphones, allowing it to accurately analyze the sound environment, identify the primary voice, suppress noise, and enhance voice quality. As consumers increasingly rely on their mobile devices to work anywhere reliably, Audience earSmart technology delivers.

For more information about the technical specifications and availability of Nexus 10 please go here, and for more information on earSmart Advanced Voice processors from Audience, please go here.

About Audience Audience is the leader in advanced voice and audio processing for mobile devices. Its family of earSmart™ intelligent voice processors is based on the processes of human hearing, to suppress background noise and enhance mobile voice quality. Audience's technology substantially improves the mobile voice experience, while also improving the performance of speech-based services, and enhancing audio quality for multimedia. Audience earSmart™ processors are featured in mobile devices from leading providers in Asia-Pacific, Europe and the U.S. The company is based in Mountain View, California. For more information, see www.audience.com.

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