MAX-D HD Audio Technology Debuts At Qualcomm's Uplinq™ 2013 Wireless Ecosystem Conference

Sep 05, 2013, 13:41 ET from Max Sound Corporation

SANTA MONICA, Calif., Sept. 5, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Max Sound Corporation (OTC QB: MAXD)—the HD audio company that dramatically improves the audio, media quality and voice call on mobile devices — announced that it showcased the proprietary MAX-D HD Audio technology at Qualcomm's Uplinq™ 2013 Wireless Ecosystem Conference to Qualcomm's OEMs.

Qualcomm Incorporated's Uplinq™ 2013 conference held Sept. 3-5, 2013 at the Hilton San Diego Bayfront Hotel. Uplinq™ provided a cross-platform view of how to utilize the complete hardware-software system in today's wireless connected devices to produce the most compelling user experiences. Furthermore, Uplinq™ provides an industry view into where wireless technologies, products and services are heading, and facilitates the business connections essential to making money.

Max Sound Corp. joined Qualcomm's Hexagon DSP Access Program in October 2012 and has ported their patented MAX-D technology to the Hexagon DSP processor.  This DSP integration enables MAX-D's ability to improve the perceived quality of all audio sources on the Snapdragon platform while retaining the low power offered by the Hexagon DSP architecture.  

A comprehensive set of multimedia baseline features is provided standard with the Snapdragon platform, and the MAX-D technology is fully integrated into this provided audio solution.   Max Sound Corp. demonstrated the MAX-D technology running on a Snapdragon Development Platform and is offering this solution to OEMS, carriers and operators in combination with their Android music store application called Liquid Spins  

MAX SOUND is joined by other mobile developers and publishers that have developed Hexagon DSP Access Program implementations of their IP for demonstration at Uplinq 2013.   Other Uplinq™ participants include: Samsung, Sony, Blackberry, LG, Verizon, AT & T and US Cellular.

About Max Sound Corporation
MAX-D™ is to audio what HD (high definition) is to video. The MAX-D Audio Process makes everything sound better and can convert an audio file to high-definition quality while significantly reducing the file size by allowing the user to convert to MP3 or other compressed file types with the MAX-D process. Max Sound® and MAX-D™ are registered trademarks and patent pending technologies wholly owned by Max Sound Corporation.  All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners. To learn more about the MAX-D Technology, visit

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