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Radio chip achieves energy savings for the IoT

Radio chip achieves energy savings for the IoT
One of the key aspects of any IoT application is wireless communication, but in many fields it also needs to be able to cover larger distances while remaining as energy-efficient as possible. This is why Rutronik is catering to the field between traditional short-range wireless communication and mobile communication technology with the new S2-LP radio chip from STMicroelectronics. The S2-LP enables objects to be networked and made smart for up to ten years without a battery change.
29th August 2017

Duo provide safe, trusted, and easy-to-use IoT devices

Duo provide safe, trusted, and easy-to-use IoT devices
  STMicroelectronics and Security Platform, a Korea-based technology innovator enabling trusted connectivity for the Internet of Things (IoT), are bringing robust, efficient, and easy-to-use security solutions to IoT devices. The IoT comprises potentially billions of tiny, connected, embedded computing devices to help manage services and infrastructure automatically.
12th July 2017

Bluetooth chip boosts the boom of connected smart things

Bluetooth chip boosts the boom of connected smart things
The new-generation Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) System-on-Chip from STMicroelectronics is set to accelerate the spread of connected smart objects throughout homes, shopping areas, industry, toys and gaming, personal healthcare and infrastructure. Built into all new mobile phones, tablets, and computers, Bluetooth Low Energy wireless technology enables consumers to interact with any BLE-enabled object from their own devices.
28th June 2017


Bringing flexible security solutions to IoT devices

Bringing flexible security solutions to IoT devices
  Long range and low power IoT (Internet of Things) technologies like Low-Power Wide Area Networks (LPWAN) are enabling new use cases in application areas such as smart cities, smart agriculture, smart manufacturing and work safety. Alongside robustness and availability, security is a key to successful adoption of these new applications.
8th June 2017

Collaboration promotes LoRa technology and applications in China

Collaboration promotes LoRa technology and applications in China
In order to promote the LPWAN (Low-Power Wide-Area Network) industry and applications in China, STMicroelectronics and ZTE are working together with the China LoRa Application Alliance (CLAA), enabling the CLAA compatibility on STM32 microcontrollers. The cooperative efforts use ZTE expertise and relationships to contribute CLAA technical specifications, testing certification tools, and the development and market of CLAA gateway International Working Group (IWG) and CLAA network server Mobility Server Platform (MSP).
6th June 2017

Cloud-connectable kit offers fast IoT-device development

Cloud-connectable kit offers fast IoT-device development
  The high-connectivity STM32L4 IoT Discovery kit (B-L475E-IOT01A) from STMicroelectronics gives unrivalled flexibility for developers building IoT nodes by supporting multiple low-power wireless standards and Wi-Fi, while integrating a complete collection of motion, gesture, and environmental sensors, unavailable on other kits in the market.
27th April 2017

Wearable and IoT devices provides high-end audio features

Wearable and IoT devices provides high-end audio features
  Small electronic products like wearables and IoT devices can now provide high-end audio features, including advanced aural user interfaces, thanks to a new easy-to-use graphical design tool for STM32 microcontrollers from STMicroelectronics.
24th March 2017

Motor driver suits portable IoT devices

Motor driver suits portable IoT devices
The STSPIN250 single-chip 2.6A driver for brushed DC motors extends STMicroelectronics’ family of miniature, low-voltage, energy-efficient drivers for battery-powered portable and wearable applications. The driver integrates a full power-MOSFET bridge and fixed off-time PWM current controller in a tiny 3mm x 3mm package that saves space in portable equipment.
21st March 2017

Multi-sensor module accelerates smart home innovation

STMicroelectronics and iFLYTEK has introduced the market's first IoT development platform that enables voice-recognition cloud services in Chinese. The joint solution is on display at electronica China 2017, Shanghai New International Expo Center, Hall E4 Booth 4102, March 14-16th, 2017.
15th March 2017

NFC/RFID Tag ICs offer fast transfer mode

The advanced ST25DV dynamic-tag ICs are the latest addition to the ST25 NFC/RFID product family that come with a rich featured contactless RF interface and I2C bus. The dual-interface enables untethered interaction between an NFC-capable smartphone or an RFID reader and the host microcontroller located inside near-by equipment, such as smart meters, IoT devices, professional, or consumer products.
13th March 2017

Cloud-compatible WiFi module secures IoT and M2M applications

Cloud-compatible WiFi module secures IoT and M2M applications
  The latest Cloud-compatible Wi-Fi module from STMicroelectronics is set to accelerate development of all kinds of IoT and M2M devices. The new module provides advanced Internet-security and application protocols, and features a microcontroller capable of supporting operation in standalone or serial-to-Wi-Fi modes.
10th March 2017

Partners create turnkey solution for wearable devices

Mobile payments may go mainstream on wearable devices like smartwatches by taking advantage of a ready-to-use payment solution containing technology from STMicroelectronics. ST, G&D, and FitPay have used ST's security chip to jointly create the first secure hardware and software solution that is pre-approved for use by device manufacturers with the aim to develop integrated tokenised payments from Mastercard or Visa.
4th January 2017

Smart home demo on show at Embedded Technology

Smart home demo on show at Embedded Technology
With the proliferation of the Internet of Things (IoT), the embedded systems that constitute the IoT nodes are growing in diversity. STMicroelectronics is showcasing its solutions for embedded systems, including a Smart Home demonstration that benefits from a rich IoT development ecosystems at Embedded Technology 2016.
16th November 2016

Low-power radio chip extends the reach of the IoT

Low-power radio chip extends the reach of the IoT
The latest radio chip for the IoT from STMicroelectronics delivers extremely high energy efficiency for smart connected objects to operate for up to 10 years without replacing batteries. ST's new S2-LP transceiver is ideal for networked devices, such as alarm systems, surveillance equipment and smart energy-metering solutions, as well as long-range radio links used to connect devices like remote sensors directly to the Cloud without a local gateway.
16th November 2016

Microcontroller series has high on-chip memory density

Microcontroller series has high on-chip memory density
Intelligent smart devices have been introduced by STMicroelectronics with its STM32H7 series of microcontrollers, which embeds the highest SRAM memory (1Mbytes), flash memory up to 2MB, and the richest connectivity peripheral set ever seen in the STM32 platform. 
21st October 2016

IMU earns certification for next gen mobile devices

IMU earns certification for next gen mobile devices
The LSM6DSM 6-axis Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU) has earned certification for use in next gen mobile devices running Google Daydream, a high-performance virtual-reality platform, and Tango, a platform that maps 3D space and enables it to be overlaid with virtual objects it has been announced by STMicroelectronics.
20th October 2016

Partnership to develop ICs for wireless power transfer

  STMicroelectronics announced their design collaboration to develop semiconductor solutions for magnetic-resonance-based wireless power transfer. The goal is to "cut the last cord," bringing convenience to the powering and charging of consumer electronics, IoT devices, as well as medical, industrial, and automotive applications.
5th October 2016

Wireless biosensor platform frees patients from cables

Wireless biosensor platform frees patients from cables
HMicro and STMicroelectronics have launched their cooperation to create the industry’s first single-chip solution for clinical-grade, single-use disposable smart patches and biosensors. The product, HC1100, targets the 5 billion wired wearable sensors, such as those for vital-sign monitors and electrocardiogram leads, utilised annually. The HC1100 chip is based on the WiPoint technology and a purpose-built silicon platform jointly created by HMicro and ST.
5th October 2016

Wireless battery-charging chipset for sealed wearables

Wireless battery-charging chipset for sealed wearables
  A miniaturised wireless battery-charging chipset from STMicroelectronics saves space, simplifies enclosure design and sealing, and accelerates time to market for ultra-compact sports wearables, wellness monitors, medical sensors, and remote controllers.
28th September 2016

Smart driving and smart factories: Showcased at electronica

At electronica this year ST is showcasing products and solutions that enable smarter driving and smarter factories, cities and homes, as well as the next gen Internet of Things devices. Smarter driving means safer, greener and more connected driving.
28th September 2016


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