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Creative Technology Ltd (C76.SI)

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    Z Abco
    What happened to ZiiLabs ZMS-series multi-core StemCell processors? I know they licensed some IP and sold UK-based engineering branch to Intel for $50M, but they still own all technology and patents and can produce it or license it for production to Intel or others.

    I think the last one of the series was ZMS-40 with 96 cores.

    They are trying to market them for Android phones because of low-power requirements, but it's a crowded field. Seems like Creative Tech / ZiiLabs would have very much success with these chips in more "natural" 3D, AI / ML or blockchain / bitcoin / other-coin markets.
  • B
    Brent
    Hmm, company has an amazing history of firsts. 3D headphone chip sounds like another.
  • l
    lee
    If Creative claim to having finally cracked the holy grail of headphone tech is true, should be worth much more then current market cap. Given Apple paid USD3 billions for BEAT. That's 13x Creative's current market cap.
  • L
    Larry
    https://sg.creative.com/corporate/pressroom?id=13638

    Integreting X-Fi with Clevo looks like a strategy similar to what creative did with sound blaster in the 1990s with ibm based PCs. But Clevo looks like a much lesser known PC manufacturer compared to bigger names like dell or hp. It will be interesting to see if the bigger pc players will jump onto the bandwagon and springboard creative to its past glory.
    Creative Announces Super X-Fi
    sg.creative.com
  • J
    Jerry
    Curious what will happen here, all reviews are in for Creative new X-Fi chip set, all seems to appear positive. Apple currently has a focus on headphones, as does Google... Wonder if they'll get swooped up or if they'll just license out.
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    xcoder
    test
  • J
    James
    Why?
  • J
    Jerry
    Been thinking... This is a revolutionary product but currently everyone is moving away from headphone Jack (which in my opinion is a stupid move) and this is how this product works.

    And since everyone (LG, Asus, Huawei) wants to be an iPhone clone with their notch, not sure how well this tech will be perceived and adapted. So everyone is going to need a dongle?

    Weird times, I currently own a Samsung S8 and although I'm not a fanatic they seem to be the only company challenging Apple by keep headphone Jack and sticking to their own tech with their infinity screen. Google just ditched the head phones Jack but who knows what their next phone will look like
  • d
    dobdown
    This company and the PC soundcard business have gone down the tubes. Honestly surprised they're still in business at this point.
  • B
    Brent
    CREAF looking like the sky is the limit this morning. Who was the pundit that said CREAF was the worst stock ever? Nincompoop.