We’re honored to announce that our collaboration with partners Murata and Deutsche Telekom AG has been selected as a finalist for the ‘Internet of Things Product of the Year’ at the Electronics Industry Awards 2023.
As much as we hear about the Internet of Things (IoT) being the next great technical leap, why hasn’t its roll-out quite lived up to the hype? Our work with Murata and Deutsche Telekom will encourage more widespread IoT proliferation through Murata’s multi-element solution – where the wireless communication, power management and subscriber identity module (SIM) aspects have all been covered.
How does our joint platform address some of the main issues plaguing wide-scale IoT adoption?
– There is a compact Murata dual-mode cellular IoT module that supports 26.15kbps data rates over the NB-IoT protocol and 1Mbps over Cat.M1. It supports extended discontinuous reception and power-saving modes to minimize energy use.
– Deutsche Telekom supplies its nuSIM technology, which integrates subscriber information directly into the wireless module, reducing connector and component count and doing away with the plastic waste of a conventional SIM.
⚡ ☀ We supply our NEH2000BY PMIC, which manages energy transfer from the ACDS’ photovoltaic panel to a supercapacitor-based energy store.
Learn more in the white paper from Stefan Kaliner, Shohei KAWANAKA & Simon van der Jagt.
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