Retune DSP’s Wake Word Engine Available for CEVA DSPs
December 28, 2020
CEVA and Retune DSP announced that the Retune VoiceSpot Wake Word Engine is now optimized and available for CEVA’s audio/voice DSPs.
CEVA and Retune DSP announced that the Retune VoiceSpot Wake Word Engine is now optimized and available for CEVA’s audio/voice DSPs. This includes the CEVA-BX, CEVA-X, and CEVA-TeakLite families.
VoiceSpot is a wake word and small vocabulary ASR engine, which allows for voice-wake and command and control on memory-constrained, battery-operated edge devices.
It boasts high performance levels in a 30 to 35KB typical model size and a total memory footprint of under 80KB.
The audio/voice DSPs from CEVA are deployed in battery-operated edge devices for voice activation and control. The DSPs are fitting for hosting wake word engines at low-power standby. Further, they’re also able to run complex front-end algorithms to improve voice intelligibility.
Per a company press release, CEVA's scalable audio and sensor hub DSPs are optimized for sound processing applications ranging from always-on voice control up to multiple sensors fusion. They have been specifically designed to tackle multi-microphone speech processing use-cases, high quality audio playback and post-processing, and on-device sound neural network implementations.
For more information, visit https://www.ceva-dsp.com/app/audio-voice-and-speech/.