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Big Fish Semiconductor released its first audio chip at WSCE 2021

During the latest World Semiconductor Conference (WSCE 2021), Big Fish Semiconductor released its first audio chip product-the U2 Bluetooth 5.2 Smart Audio SoC. This is a new product that focuses on ultra-low power consumption, high-quality Bluetooth performance, and pure sound quality.

The U2 is another independent intellectual property product of the U series released by Dayu following the U1 IoT innovation chip. Unlike the U1, which provides services for Tracker applications with NB-IoT technology, the U2 is a smart audio SoC aimed at the TWS true wireless Bluetooth headset market. The U2 was born under the 90% annual growth in sales of TWS headsets, and the new generation of Bluetooth audio standard of LE Audio. Under the combined influence of these two waves, the U2, which originally was built in response to users’ audio needs and technical needs, also carries the technological innovations that branched from the needs of the user.

Big Fish Semiconductor is a chip design company focusing on AI and IoT chip solutions. Big Fish Semiconductor separated from Xiaomi’s Pinecone Electronics Co., Ltd. in 2019, established its headquarters in Nanjing, and set up a research and development center in Beijing to embark on a new track for AI and the IoT.

Big Fish Semiconductor is positioned as a “chip as application” solution provider to create a vertically integrated IoT ecological chain to meet the needs of different scenarios. Chips like the U1 NB-IoT chip, the U2 Bluetooth 5.2TWS headset chip, and the S1 high-performance image transmission kit have been created for the IoT market. Covering applications such as various low-power IoT positioning devices, TWS headsets, industry UAVs, and high-end net-bridging equipment, etc.

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