Toronto — Comfort Audio has launched its Comfort Digisystem digital hearing product platform in Canada with Supportive Hearing Systems, a Canadian partner. Earlier in 2011, Comfort Digisystem was introduced in the US market at AudiologyNOW, where Digisystem received the show’s Best New Product of the Year award.
Thirty prominent audiologists from Canada’s education field reportedly attended the Toronto launch event, which not only celebrated the Canadian introduction of Digisystem, but also Comfort Audio’s first Canadian order, valued at $125,000 USD.
Mats Dörring, CEO at Comfort Audio, said in the press statement, “The Canadian market has a fantastic potential, since the care for children in the educational system is very high.” He added, “The establishment in Canada is another step for us in our offensive internationalization process.”
Comfort Audio products are used together with hearing aids and implant products. The Comfort Digisystem is based on digital processing of sound signals and the latest radio transmission technology.
SOURCE: Comfort Audio