CI Manufacturers

Advanced Bionics

Cochlear

Med-el

Oticon

All four manufacturers have comprehensive websites which are regularly updated with details of their latest devices, developments and innovations:

Advanced Bionics

At Advanced Bionics, we believe everyone can enjoy a life filled with sound. For over 25 years, we’ve been developing leading hearing innovations that help people hear again, or for the first time. Our partnership with Phonak allows us to provide even more leading-edge hearing loss solutions through our integration with the world’s most advanced and trusted power hearing aids. We firmly believe that by improving your hearing, we give you the opportunity to make powerful connections with your family, friends, and the world around you.

Cochlear

As the global leader in implantable hearing solutions, Cochlear’s story goes back more than 40 years to when Professor Graeme Clark invented the first multi-channel cochlear implant. Inspired by his father’s own hearing loss, he persevered for years to find a treatment. His breakthrough led to the foundation of Cochlear in 1981, where we continue his work today.

Since then, we’ve provided more than 700,000 implantable devices in over 180 countries, helping people of all ages to hear and live the life they want. We are committed to helping you or your loved one achieve the best possible hearing every day. This means providing innovative hearing solutions and ongoing support throughout your hearing journey – today and into the future.

MED-EL

MED-EL cochlear implant systems combine the latest expertise in technology and hearing science for unparalleled MRI safety up to 3 Tesla without the need for magnet removal, performance, and reliability. The SYNCHRONY cochlear implant system comprises of two state-of-the-art speech processors, the SONNET 2 and RONDO 3, to provide different wearing options, as well as a wide variety of atraumatic electrode arrays designed for various sizes of cochlea.

Oticon

In April 2022 Oticon announced that it would discontinue its Hearing Implants business. It has negotiated an agreement with the intention to divest Oticon Medical to Cochlear which has committed to ensuring lifelong support to existing customers and patients. 

Oticon began in 1904 when Hans Demant wanted to help his wife Camilla live a better life, unhindered by her hearing loss. He created one of the first electronic hearing aids in the world. It works constantly towards its vision of a world where hearing loss is no limitation. Our discoveries show us how we can do things differently and develop the hearing technology of the future.