StreamUnlimited win US-A-Biz Award 2019

StreamUnlimited win prestigious award at “WirtschaftsOskar 2019” for spectacular growth in the US, and are looking to grow the team in their European offices.

Vienna, Austria – 25th February, 2019 – StreamUnlimited have been recognized by the Austrian Economic Chambers in their annual Oscar awards, winning the category “Spectacular” for continued growth in the US market.  

StreamUnlimited have integrated music streaming services such as Spotify, Tidal, Amazon Music, AirPlay 2 and Chromecast built-in, along with the Google Assistant, Alexa Voice Services and Tencent Voice Services into their core software product; StreamSDK. Brand customers and ODMs adopt StreamSDK, and the range of complimentary StreamUnlimited hardware modules, to develop and enhance their next generation audio products, including soundbars, smart speakers, AVRs and high-end network players.

The US market is served from Santa Clara, California, and in 2018 brought product launches to companies such as Onkyo-Pioneer, Bang & Olufsen, Walmart and Best Buy. Alongside audio, another large US growth segment for the company is the Internet of Things (IoT) space, with opportunities for home appliance and smart home companies looking to expand their products with StreamUnlimited's audio streaming and voice assistant capabilities. StreamUnlimited is the first Austrian company to be certified by Amazon as an "Alexa System Integrator" in time for the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2019 - a signal that the Austrian company is one of the superstar voice assistant companies worldwide.

Frits Wittgrefe, CEO, StreamUnlimited, said:

“We are honored to win this award and for our achievements in the US market to be recognized in this way. Our company continues to be at the forefront of the audio industry, particularly in the fields of embedded streaming and voice assistant integration, and our success in launching products with well-known audio brand names is a testimony to the skill level and dedication of our engineers.  We continue to see global growth, and welcome applications from embedded engineers looking to work at an elite level”.