Sonos

Sonos

American consumer electronics company based in santa barbara, california

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Timeline

December 2, 2020
Sonos launches microphone-free Arc SL soundbar exclusively at Costco.

November 12, 2020
Sonos launches its own paid radio service called Radio HD, which includes exclusive curated content such as Dolly Parton's Songteller Radio.
January 21, 2020
Sonos announces that older components would not receive firmware updates after May 2020.
November 20, 2019
Sonos acquires voice assistant startup Snips in a $37 million cash deal.
October 7, 2019
Sonos is launches a speaker rental service
July 31, 2012
Sonos raises a $99,000,000 series G round.
June 18, 2012
Sonos raises a $135,000,000 series F round from Elevation Partners, KKR and Redpoint Ventures.
June 5, 2007
Sonos raises a $4,800,000 series B round.

Funding rounds

Funding round
Funding type
Funding round amount (USD)
Funding round date
Investment
Sonos Series F round
135,000,000
June 18, 2012
17,900,000
January 1, 2005
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People

Name
Role
LinkedIn

Aaron Foreman

Employee

Abhishek Kumar

Employee

Adam Katz

Employee

Adam Milgrom

Investor

Alexandria Cholewinski

Employee

Aman Verjee

Employee

Amir Khazaieli

Employee

Andrea DiIeso

Employee

Anthony Parks

Employee

Antonio Ugas

Employee

Anup Chandekar

Investor

Apollo Catlin

Employee

Arne Schlie

Employee

Avie Tevanian

Investor

Barry Davidson

Employee

bel gao

Employee

Benji Basseri

Employee

Bill Boebel

Investor

Blaze Owens

Employee

Bobby Oster

Employee

Brad Barrish

Employee

Brad Weinberg, MD

Investor

Brad Wolf

Employee

Brett Byer

Employee

Brian Delaney

Employee

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News

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Author
Date
Publisher
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Ben Patterson
February 17, 2021
TechHive
Will it be a new portable speaker? Headphones? Something else?
Chris Welch
February 17, 2021
The Verge
Sonos will announce its next new product on March 9th, the company has confirmed. Recent filings confirm that Sonos is working on a more portable Bluetooth speaker, which would fit the outdoor theme of the launch invite.
Chris Welch
February 16, 2021
The Verge
A recent filing at the German Patent and Trademark Office seems to provide another look at the oft-rumored Sonos noise-canceling headphones. It appears Sonos is moving closer to a final design.
Ben Patterson
February 11, 2021
TechHive
A recent FCC filing from Sonos hints at a compact portable speaker, although there's been chatter about wireless headphones, as well.
Ben Patterson
February 11, 2021
TechHive
A recent FCC filing from Sonos hints at a compact portable speaker, although there's been chatter about wireless headphones, as well.
Isabelle Lee
February 11, 2021
markets.businessinsider.com
Sonos has seen spiking demand as people stay home during the pandemic, and had an especially strong holiday period, quarterly results show.
Cameron Faulkner
February 6, 2021
The Verge
We're rounding up this week's best deals on tech and subscriptions. Making the cut is a big discount from Eneba on PlayStation Plus subscriptions. Also worth mentioning are deals on Eero 6 mesh Wi-Fi routers and the Sonos Play:1.
Chris Welch
February 5, 2021
The Verge
Sonos could be planning to release a new speaker that's smaller than the current Sonos Move, according to new FCC documentation. The product is confirmed to have a wireless charging dock and Bluetooth.
Tyler Hayes
January 28, 2021
Wired
Yes, you can use devices from different brands. And yes, location definitely matters.
Engadget
December 19, 2020
Engadget
Engadget's daily tech news bulletin.
Nathan Ingraham
December 18, 2020
Engadget
For Sonos, 2020 began in dramatic fashion. While the tech world was focused on CES, the company made a splash by suing Google for allegedly infringing five of its wireless speaker patents. Google counter-sued in June, and Sonos filed more charges in September.
BBC News
December 18, 2020
BBC News
US states accuse Google of unfairly abusing monopolies to dominate new tech like voice assistants.
Jonathan Takiff
December 10, 2020
TechHive
If you're looking for a one-piece audio solution that will tuck neatly under your TV, this is a good one.
Jonathan Takiff
December 10, 2020
TechHive
If you're looking for a one-piece audio solution that will tuck neatly under your TV, this is a good one.
Andrew Heinzman
December 8, 2020
www.reviewgeek.com
You can never have too much bass in your expensive home theater. Sonos fans can now pair two Sonos Subs together to add some extra boom to the living room. But in typical Sonos fashion, you need to meet a few requirements before setting up your twin subwoofers.
Michael Brown
December 8, 2020
TechHive
If you just can't get enough bass in your Sonos-based home theater experience, the company has a solution.
Reviewed
December 2, 2020
USA TODAY
If you're shopping for a gadget lover this year, we've got some picks for you including our favorite headphones, TVs, smart gadgets, and more.
Simon Cohen
December 2, 2020
Digital Trends
Sonos appears to be selling a microphone-free version of its Dolby Atmos-capable Arc soundbar for $750 -- $50 less than the regular Arc.
Peter Cao
December 2, 2020
www.reviewgeek.com
It's nearly impossible to buy a gadget nowadays that doesn't have a microphone, this includes home entertainment gear. Well, Sonos is releasing a mic-free version of its Arc soundbar. It's exclusive to Costco, unfortunately, but you do save $50 if you decide to buy this model.
Chris Welch
December 2, 2020
The Verge
Sonos is releasing a microphone-free version of its premium Dolby Atmos soundbar, the Sonos Arc. Available exclusively at Costco in the US and Canada, the Sonos Arc SL costs $750, which is $50 less than the regular model.
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