Leading Swedish Technology Specialists to Develop Next Generation of Hearables. The collaboration will bring together two well-known names in Sweden, Earin, known for creating the original True Wireless earbuds and a leader in audio devices, and Gothenburg-headquartered Qamcom, a specialist in transforming technology for everyday needs. The new partnership enables Earin to expand their business beyond OEM, with the two teams working side-by-side to develop new devices in the hearables space.
“Here in Sweden we like to consider ourselves a mini Silicon Valley, with so many interesting and innovative technology companies leading across industries,” said Johan Lembre, Earin CEO. “We incorporate our Swedish heritage into every aspect of our design process and are excited to collaborate both traditionally and non-traditionally with Qamcom who share our same sensibilities and vision. The co-operation will open-up opportunities to develop new hearable solutions on a consultancy basis to OEM customers. Further on with Qamcom’s knowledge across industries and Earin’s expertise in the hearable space, it will be possible to address new industry applications through the OEM customer.”
“At Qamcom we look to explore the value of technology for the greater good whether it be for society, industry or people,” said Johan Lassing, CEO of Qamcom. “Earin has been on our radar for several years now and I think our technology expertise and B2B-experience fused with their product expertise will create something really unique in the hearables space, creating a collaboration that will create improved hearing experiences for the consumer.”
Earin, the creator of the Original True Wireless, launched the A-3 – the smallest, lightest earbuds on the market today – earlier this year to critical acclaim. Engineered from the ground up with custom speakers that pump 20% more air than competitors, the A-3 feature an open design, allowing users to experience the highs and lows of the audio, while still being immersed in the world around them. Removing the protruding “stem” othe