The amount of connected devices is projected to grow from 2 billion objects in 2006 to 200 billion by 2020. That’s the equivalent of 26 smart devices for every person on the planet! The time to sit up and take notice is now, so let’s take a look at the impact this trend will have on your business.
- 恩智浦宣布推出首款支持6GHz频段的Wi-Fi 6E三频段片上系统（SoC），该频段将Wi-Fi可用频谱最高扩展1.2GHz
- NXP announces its first Wi-Fi 6E Tri-Band system-on-chip (SoC) to support the 6GHz band that expands spectrum available for Wi-Fi by up to 1.2GHz.
- The CW641 is designed for access points and service provider gateways to enable end network devices to take full advantage of the 6GHz spectrum.
- NXP answers customer demands for greater capacity in wireless networking and supports 160-MHz channel bandwidth with PHY rates of 4.8Gbps and over 4Gbps of real-world throughput.
Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra delivers unprecedented multi-gigabit, low-latency Wi-Fi leveraging the 6 GHz band
The AT25EU product family of ultra-low energy, fast read NOR Flash devices deliver significantly faster erase times and power-saving features to reduce energy consumption of IoT devices
Low power Wi-Fi technology will make the smart home network a lot simpler by eliminating the need for an expensive hub and solving the issue of protocol fragmentation. Dialog is disrupting the smart home industry with its low power Wi-Fi technology. The DPM algorithms based on Dialog’s VirtualZero technology allow IoT devices to have a year of battery life or even more. This effectively makes Wi-Fi a great alternative to both Zigbee and Z-wave.