In what the company calls a cost-cutting measure, Creative Technology has confirmed plans to voluntarily de-list itself from the Nasdaq index.
Creative manufactures a range of solutions, including sophisticated speaker systems and its own range of iPod-competing MP3 players.
In August last year, Apple and Creative reached a settlement deal on an outstanding patent dispute between the two firms.
Apple paid Creative $100 million to license technology patented by Creative, while Creative joined Apple's "Made for iPod" scheme, and has now begun shipping its own range of iPod-ready products.
Creative will maintain its stock market listing in Singapore, and will hold its last day's trade on Nasdaq on 1 August.