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                         Who Are the Major Hearing Aid Manufacturers ?

Phonak

 One of the world’s leading hearing aid manufacturers, Phonak is a Swiss company known for cutting edge technology and style. Phonak is owned by Sonova Holding AG who also owns Unitron Hearing. Unitron generally offers the same core technologies as Phonak, but with less features and at lower prices.


Widex

 Is the world’s sixth largest hearing aid manufacturer. In close collaboration with international audiological researchers and specialists, the company has developed a wide range of digital hearing aids, including the world's first 100% digital in-the-ear hearing aid in 1995.


The Danish company was founded in 1956 by the Tøpholm and Westermann families and is still owned by the relatives of the company’s original founders. The president and CEO of Widex is Jørgen Jensen, who was appointed in 2013. Widex hearing aids are sold in almost 100 countries and the company employs approximately 3,800 people around the world.


Widex’ new headquarters are located in Allerød Municipality, Denmark, north of Copenhagen. The new headquarters use groundwater for cooling in the summer and heating in the winter. Widex also placed an energy-generating wind turbine beside the building.


Oticon

 One of the leading manufacturers with competitive technology, Oticon is a Danish company owned by William Demant Holding A/S who also owns Bernafon.


 

Siemens

 One of the world’s largest companies, Siemens offers solid hearing aids with leading BlueTooth applications. Siemens also owns Rexton and provides the technology for Miracle Ear hearing aids.