Spire Studio Wins an IHS Markit Innovation Award at CES
The iZotope team poses with a Spire Studio and the IHS Markit Innovation Award
January 22, 2018: Internet of things. Robotics. The cloud! In 2018, innovations in technology have turned what were once fantastical sci-fi notions into practical applications people use every day.
The ShowStoppers event at CES (the world's biggest consumer electronics trade show) celebrates the latest tech innovations and partners with IHS Markit to highlight the best of the best across a variety of categories: automotive, mobile computing, and more.
Through a competitive field, we’re thrilled to report that Spire Studio came away with the IHS Markit Innovation Award in the Personal Entertainment category. Last year’s winner in the Personal Entertainment category? Play-Doh Touch. (We’re in good company!)
“Congratulations to all the technology visionaries who participated in the IHS Markit Innovation Awards at CES,” said Ian Weightman, vice president for technology at IHS Markit in a Business Wire press release. “Our judges were wowed by this year’s competitors’ ingenuity, creativity and imagination. The products and technologies on display will no doubt transform the way we live, work and play.”
Built for both the home musician and the touring professional, the way Spire Studio works is simple:
About iZotope, Inc.
At iZotope, we’re obsessed with great sound. Our intelligent audio technology helps musicians, music producers, and audio post engineers focus on their craft rather than the tech behind it. We design award-winning software, plug-ins, hardware, and mobile apps powered by the highest quality audio processing, machine learning, and strikingly intuitive interfaces. iZotope: the shortest path from sound to emotion.
Founded in 2001, iZotope is based in Cambridge, Massachusetts. To learn more, visit us at www.izotope.com and connect with us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.