Innophase opens up low power WiFi design programme

Innophase opens up low power WiFi design programme

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By Nick Flaherty

US fabless chip maker InnoPhase IoT expanding its partner programme for low power, cloud-based WiFi.

The programme includes worldwide design partners implementing OEM designs using the InnoPhase IoT Talaria TWO WiFi/BLE connectivity IP for long battery life. This makes use of the InnoPhase IoT Application Specific Sensor to Cloud Reference Designs (HW/SW integrated IoT solutions) with silicon partner.

InnoPhase IoT works closely with its partners to increase battery life with seamless access to multiple clouds and easy access to domain-specific designs. Partners receive the expertise and design assistance they need, while concentrating on delivering the unique benefits of their particular competencies for the target OEM applications.

“We’ve implemented Talaria TWO Wi-Fi/BLE solutions in our thermostat products targeted at big boiler OEMs throughout Europe. Using InnoPhase IoT’s reference design software, available to design partners, we enable our customers to have seamless connectivity to AWS IoT core and ease of use through a BLE provisioning mobile application. Our partnership with InnoPhase IoT allows us to expand our capabilities and offer a time-to-market advantage by combining our award-winning design and innovation expertise with InnoPhase IoT’s approach to low-power, battery-based solutions,” said Simone Camporeale, Marketing Director at Iotinga in Italy.

The global program includes a variety of companies that enable accelerated time to market for OEMs with established brands yet require greater expertise in wireless technology and end-to-end (E2E) Smart IoT Devices. OEMs work with design partners that help them address design complexities across a wide range of technologies and achieve solutions customized to meet their specific requirements.

The program provides early access to InnoPhase IoT technology, close collaboration, and dedicated support. Some partners are experiencing a reduction in time to market from 18-24 months to 6-9 months. Design partner expertise spans RF system design, firmware, driver, and cloud connectivity software and E2E domain specific platforms. The result is an extensive variety of market-ready IoT vertical applications and use cases. Partners are in multiple geographic areas for easy access and collaboration.

“We’ve recently partnered with InnoPhase IoT on an industrial IoT design for one of our OEMs. The process is very clean, start to finish. We’re excited to work with them on future designs,” said Vincent Ting, President of G-Tech Instrument in Taiwan.

“Our partnership programs are a definite win-win for both sides. Wireless IoT designs, especially battery or harvested energy based, now demand that we not only meet the stringent power and feature requirements, but also achieve that with reduced development timelines and costs for our worldwide OEM customers,” said InnoPhase IoT President and COO Wiren Perera. “On average, solutions require approximately 10 technology competencies per platform. We embrace this challenge through expertise, continuous collaboration, and the best support available for our design partners.”

InnoPhase IoT’s design partner NeuronicWorks offers turnkey electronic product development and manufacturing services, including electronic hardware, PCB assembly, embedded firmware, software development and application design and development. “InnoPhase IoT ultra-low-power Wi-Fi/BLE SoC module enhances NeuronicWorks’ ability to provide its OEMs faster time-to-market development and manufacturing solutions that are critical for IoT applications,” said Titu Botos, CEO and Co-Founder at NeuronicWorks.

“Our customized smart home service software platform solutions for telecom and smart home IoT service providers that are moving into security services via wireless video camera is well-supported by our partnership with InnoPhase IoT. Quality of design and speed are critical for us and our current partnership goals. InnoPhase IoT supports both. We expect the collaboration to expand scalability to include Matter support once camera device type is included in the specification,” said Tanya Yakhontova, CEO of SpartanShield Technologies.


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