AAC Technologies Holdings Inc., an investment holding company, provides micro-component solutions for communication and information technology consumer electronics worldwide. The company operates through Dynamic components, Haptics & Radio Frequency Mechanical Module, MEMS components, and Other Products segments. It engages in the research, development, manufacture, and sale of acoustic products, electronic components, tooling and precision components, and electronics related accessories. The company offers speakers, receivers, microphones, vibrators, VCMs, and lenses; solutions, such as integration, Deepbass speaker, LDS antenna, flexfilm/FPC-antenna, near field communication, and wireless power solutions; structural ceramics; precision components for acoustic products; and electroplating services. Its products are used in smartphones, tablets, ultrabooks, wearables, notebooks, and other consumer electronics products. The company was formerly known as AAC Acoustic Technologies Holdings Inc. and changed its name to AAC Technologies Holdings Inc. in May 2011. AAC Technologies Holdings Inc. was founded in 1993 and is headquartered in Shenzhen, China.
Block A Nanjing University Research Center Shenzhen Branch No. 6 Yuexing 3rd Road Shenzhen 518057 China 86 755 3397 2018 http://www.aactechnologies.com Founded in 1993, AAC Technologies listed on the Stock Exchange of Hong Kong in 2005 (stock code: 2018.HK) and has become one of the world's leading providers of integrated micro component solutions for the communications and consumer electronics markets, providing customers with innovative technology solutions in acoustics, haptics, wireless R&F and optics. The company has 20 R&D centers, over 800 senior R&D engineers and more than 1,726 patents. It generated sales of nearly US$2.0 billion for 2016.
VESPER: “Everyone’s going to use voice interfaces. They’re the next big shift in communication,” said Jeff Fagnan, founder and general partner, Accomplice. “People may not realize that the tiny MEMS microphones inside their devices are what’s driving and enabling powerful voice UI. Vesper’s piezoelectric MEMS microphones are uniquely durable—working underwater and in dust—which people will come to expect in their devices.” http://vespermems.com/press/vesper-raises-15m-series-drive-pervasive-voice-interfaces/