Vesper completes $18M financing to accelerate growth
October 04, 2021Sensor provider Vesper announces that it has closed a USD 18 million financing led by Accomplice.
Vesper's ZPL technology included in Alexa-enabled headset
December 05, 2019Acoustic sensors developer, Vesper, has had its proprietary ZeroPower Listening (ZPL) technology certified by Amazon for extended battery and far-field voice interactions. Vesper's piezoelectric MEMS microphones are powering the first hands-free, extended battery life Alexa-enabled headset that uses ZPL technology.
Vesper names new SVP of worldwide sales & business development
November 04, 2019MEMS sensor company Vesper, announces that Lorenzo Ponzanelli has joined the company as senior vice president of worldwide sales and business development, overseeing sales strategy and execution to drive global growth.
Vesper adds Digi-Key as new distributor
December 17, 2018Acoustic sensor developer, Vesper, says that it has added Digi-Key Electronics as one of its worldwide distributors. The distribution giant has signed on to distribute Vesper's microphones as the startup scales.
Former Qualcomm audio executive joins Vesper
July 26, 2018Vesper, a developer of piezoelectric sensors, announces that Julian Aschieri is joining the company as VP, ASIC Engineering.
Vesper & Unisem enter assembly partnership
March 07, 2018Acoustic sensor developer Vesper, and Unisem, a provider of semiconductor assembly and test services, have entered a partnership to manufacture and produce high volumes of Vesper microphones at scale.
Vesper’s MEMS microphone saves >10x more battery for voice-activated systems
May 26, 2017Vesper, developer of the world’s most advanced and reliable acoustic sensors, today launched VM1010, the first MEMS microphone to bring voice activation to battery-powered consumer devices — while drawing nearly zero power.
Vesper Collaborates with GlobalfoundriesLoad more news
January 21, 2016Vesper is collaborating with Globalfoundries to deliver the world's first commercially available piezoelectric MEMS microphones for smartphones, wearables, automobiles, IoT devices and other high-volume markets.