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Goertek Selects Phitek Technology


Goertek Selects Phitek Active Noise Rejection™ Technology for New Noise Cancellation Earphones

Auckland, 15 October 2008 - Phitek Systems Limited, the global leader in advanced noise cancellation technologies, announced today at the Hong Kong Electronics Fair that its Component-ANR(tm) Active Noise Rejection technology has been adopted by Goertek Inc. for use in a new range of exciting advanced active noise cancelling earphones.

Phitek Component-ANR™ technology comprises the world’s first integrated solution for active noise cancellation providing tomorrow’s consumers with an opportunity to enjoy an authentic Premium Personal Audio listening experience free from background noise.

Phitek Component-ANR™ technology comprises a low power, low noise ANR™ solution in a System-In-Package (SiP) format, which connects to a compact and optimized acoustic subsystem. The acoustic subsystem may be implemented in a wide range of physical formats compatible with the end customer’s unique design language.

Goertek spokesperson Jack Reynolds said, “We were looking for a technology that could deliver superior noise cancellation in the smallest possible form factor to meet the requirements of the mobile phone and portable audio markets. The Phitek single chip solution achieves this goal and offers Goertek a strong competitive advantage.”

Mark Donaldson, Phitek CEO expressed his delight in securing Goertek as a customer. “We are confident that our Phitek Component-ANR™ technology combined with Goertek’s world leading capabilities in headphone and earphone ODM will provide both companies with a unique opportunity to further advance the noise cancellation category.”


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