Eleven Engineering, Inc. has announced that Kyle Collins has become the latest member of the company’s growing Research & Development Design Team.
“We are continuing to add to our R&D design team as worldwide demand of our SKAA technologies and products offerings continues to grow,” says Rex Whitehead, Eleven Engineering executive vice president, sales & marketing. “Kyle has all the tools necessary to contribute to our team right away in order to help take Eleven Engineering and SKAA to the next level both in the short and long terms. We are excited to have him join our team.”
Collins has a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Alberta. In his new position at Eleven Engineering, he will focus on embedded hardware design as well as firmware design.
SKAA wireless lets the integrator create a dedicated multi-room home audio superhighway with a long range up to 150 feet with an interference-free low-latency signal, eliminating lip-sync issues with TV and gaming. SKAA-enabled products can stream music between them, up to four sets simultaneously – one transmitter to four devices. In environments laden with heavy Wi-Fi and Bluetooth traffic, SKAA navigates through these hostile environments with best-in-class reliability, according to the company.
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SKAA is available as a built-in technology not requiring an external transmitter in purpose-designed partner products. SKAA transmitters work with iOS and Android mobile devices, Mac and Windows computers, televisions, and just about any product with a line output or a headphone jack.
For more information, visit SKAA.com.