StreamUnlimited Selected for Google CastTM Multi-Room Certification

Support for Manufacturers to incorporate Google Cast into their Audio Products

Vienna, Austria - April 11, 2016 - StreamUnlimited, a provider of software solutions and modules for connected audio products, announces StreamUnlimited has been selected as for Google Cast multi-room certification. StreamUnlimited already works closely with Google Cast, supporting SoC vendors, module makers and consumer brands to incorporate Google Cast onto platforms, modules and products. Furthermore, StreamUnlimited has a vast experience in multi-room technology and testing of audio products.

Google Cast is a technology that lets you cast your favorite entertainment from your phone, tablet or laptop to your TV or speakers. In 2015, Google Cast added Rhapsody, Napster, Spotify and 7Digital to their list of high-resolution audio streaming apps and they plan to continue expanding this year.

"Over the last year, we have worked closely and productively with the Google Cast team to prepare this certification activity," said Frits Wittgrefe, chief executive officer for StreamUnlimited. "We aim to be a customer friendly certification house, giving brands quick service and value-added feedback."

For more information on the Google cast certification activity or to connect with StreamUnlimited directly, please contact Visit StreamUnlimited at the Hong Kong Electronics Fair (Grand Hyatt) from April 13-16, 2016 or the High End in Munich from May 5-8, 2016 in Hall 3 Booth N14. For more information on StreamUnlimited, please visit

About StreamUnlimited:
Founded in 2005, nowadays 70 engineers, StreamUnlimited originated as a team of 25 engineers and in 10 years has built its' own IP. Privately-owned StreamUnlimited is now a supplier of software solutions and modules for connected audio products and related certification services. Partnering with all major semiconductor companies and technology providers in the consumer electronics channel, StreamUnlimited works with high-end audio, CEDIA-channel and premium and mainstream consumer electronics manufacturers located in the USA, Japan, China and Europe. For more details, visit

StreamUnlimited's StreamSDK is a software solution that transports any streaming audio functionality to multiple various consumer electronics devices including Internet radio and music services, UPnP/DLNA, Google Cast, USB, high resolution audio, BT, AirPlay, wireless and Ethernet, graphical user interface, Android and Apple iOS. Additionally, StreamSDK includes multi-room functionality with synchronization below two microseconds. StreamSDK is portable to various classes of silicon and includes the StreamVienna ready-to-use hardware modules family, varying from the low-cost Stream780 to the high-end Stream820.

Google Cast is a trademark of Google Inc.

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