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RealVNC® MirrorLink™ solution running on CSRatlas7™ at TU-Automotive Detroit 2015

Demonstration of VNC® Automotive technology on the new CSRatlas7™ Display Audio SoC

RealVNC®, today announces that its VNC MirrorLink™ Automotive SDK will be showcased this week at TU-Automotive Detroit 2015 by CSR plc (LSE: CSR; NASDAQ: CSRE) on booth C117. CSR, the supplier of connectivity, location, audio and System on Chip (SoC) technologies will demonstrate how the solution enables smartphone to vehicle connectivity, leveraging MirrorLink technology and VNC Enhanced mode, as part of its demo of CSRatlas7™.

CSRatlas7 is CSR’s latest Display Audio SoC which integrates infotainment, connectivity and location features to accelerate time to market. The high-quality, but cost-effective turnkey application processor enables OEMs to integrate exciting new features in entry and mid-level vehicles. VNC Automotive is fully MirrorLink Certified™, and offers OEMs using CSRatlas7 a high quality and robust solution which will allow drivers to access content and applications from their mobile devices via the head unit.

“Adding RealVNC support to the CSRatlas7 platform will enable our aftermarket and OEM customers building entry and mid-level navigation, infotainment and telematics solutions, to offer functionality normally reserved for high-end systems,” comments Manfred Schlett, Vice President Platform Marketing at CSR. “By integrating RealVNC’s technology into a turnkey solution we will enable our customers to get to market fast with the functionality that consumers want.”

CSR were able to seamlessly integrate VNC Automotive onto the new platform, which meets the needs of complex infotainment systems by integrating a dual-core CPU and GPU architecture and peripherals including Bluetooth®, Software Defined Radio (SDR), GNSS baseband, an audio DSP and high quality audio-codecs components.

“Our work with the automotive industry is resulting in widespread adoption of VNC Automotive as a connectivity standard and we are delighted to continue our partnership with CSR,” said Tom Blackie, Vice President Mobile at RealVNC. “There is no doubt that drivers want access to the content and applications on their mobile devices in-vehicle, and CSR is in a great position to deliver this capability to its OEM customers.”

About CSR

At CSR we push every boundary™ to solve challenges and deliver innovations that help customers differentiate and win in the fast-evolving consumer electronics market. Our technologists are improving people’s lifestyles and unlocking the true potential of seamless connectivity and the Internet of Things by developing and integrating silicon, software and services for customers in Voice & Music, Connectivity and Bluetooth® Smart, Automotive Infotainment, Document Imaging and Location. For more information, visit www.csr.com.

About RealVNC

RealVNC’s software is used by hundreds of millions of people worldwide; in over 1 Billion devices; in every sector of industry, government and education. RealVNC is a core member of the Car Connectivity Consortium supporting the MirrorLink specification, which uses VNC. VNC Automotive underpins many of the commercial MirrorLink Certified products and has been available in production with automotive OEMs, Tier 1 suppliers and phone vendors for over two years. It is already in millions of vehicles available from many of the major automotive OEMs.

Founded by the original inventors of VNC, RealVNC is the only organization able to offer a commercial license to embed VNC in third-party products and offerings.

RealVNC®, VNC® and RFB® are trademarks of RealVNC Limited and are protected by trademark registrations and/or pending trademark applications in the European Union, United States of America and other jurisdictions. www.realvnc.com

MirrorLink Certified™, MirrorLink™ and the MirrorLink™ Logo are certification marks and trademarks of the Car Connectivity Consortium LLC. Unauthorized use is strictly prohibited.

For more information about RealVNC please contact: Laurel Davis-Lyons, Jargon PR, laurel.davislyons@jargonpr.com.

CAUTIONARY NOTE ON FORWARD LOOKING STATEMENTS

This press release contains certain statements (including statements concerning plans and objectives of management for future operations or performance, or assumptions related thereto) that are not historical facts and constitute ‘forward looking statements’ within the meaning of the United States Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995 in relation to the RealVNC MirrorLink solution and CSR’s CSRatlas7 and their performance characteristics in consumer electronic products, and other future events and their potential effects on CSR. These forward-looking statements can be identified by words such as “will”, “can deliver”, “offers”, “allows”, “to enhance”, “enables”, “designed to” and other similar expressions regarding the performance characteristics of the RealVNC MirrorLink solution and CSR’s CSRatlas7, and their performance characteristics in consumer electronics products, and their potential effects on RealVNC or CSR. Any future release of the RealVNC MirrorLink solution or CSR’s CSRatlas7 or consumer electronics products containing such technology, related products or modifications to such products’ capability, functionality or features are subject to ongoing evaluation by RealVNC and CSR and their customers, and may or may not be implemented and should not be considered firm commitments by RealVNC or CSR or their customers and should not be relied upon in making purchasing decisions. Such forward-looking statements represent the current expectations and beliefs of management of RealVNC or CSR, and are based upon numerous assumptions regarding the business strategies of RealVNC or CSR and the environment in which they will operate and therefore involve a number of known and unknown risks, contingencies, uncertainties and other factors, many of which are beyond the control of RealVNC or CSR, including, but not limited to, those detailed from time to time in CSR’s periodic reports.

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