Harris Signs Deal with APT
Belfast - Apr 29, 2002 - APT has signed a licensing deal with Harris that allows Harris to use software versions of APT's algorithm in a number of its products. For years APT has supplied Harris with its Apt-X data compression algorithm on the original APTX100ED chip for OEM use in Harris' range of STL multiplex units. As its range of products requiring Apt-X grew, Harris decided to license not only the traditional 16-bit APT algorithm, but also the new enhanced version that offers significant improvements in sound quality and delay time. Harris will be incorporating the software into a range of new products that will be developed and released over the next 18 months.
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