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What’s Next for Internet-Enabled Smart Lighting?

What’s Next for Internet-Enabled Smart Lighting?
What if every light bulb had an Internet IP address? Since NXP Semiconductors N.V. first raised the question at LIGHTFAIR International (LFI) nearly one year ago, interest in IPv6-enabled smart lighting has soared. The potential energy and cost savings – as well as the comfort, convenience and lifestyle benefits for the consumer – have mobilized a growing ecosystem of innovators in lighting, connectivity, energy management and home automation to enable and support wirelessly controlled intelligent lighting.
9th May 2012

Operation Lifetime Doubles in Smart Meters and Other Wireless Sensor Node Applications with New Wireless Transceiver from STMicroelectronics

Operation Lifetime Doubles in Smart Meters and Other Wireless Sensor Node Applications with New Wireless Transceiver from STMicroelectronics
STMicroelectronics today introduced a high-performance, ultra-low-power wireless transceiver for Automatic Meter Infrastructure and other wireless sensor node applications, such as alarm and security systems, home and building automation, and industrial monitoring and control. ST's SPIRIT1 transceiver combines excellent receiver sensitivity with unbeatable current consumption, delivering 50% power reduction over existing solutions in the market.
27th April 2012

Broadcom Introduces Industry's First Set-Top Box Platform for Secure Convergence of Pay-TV and Open Internet Applications

Broadcom Corporation today introduced the BCM7435, the industry's first 40nm Dual Core Hybrid Gateway system-on-a-chip (SoC) with Web domain security. This new technology enables operators to securely deliver premium broadcast content converged with Web-based content and services to multiple screens in the connected home.
13th March 2012

Z-Wave.Me presents Z-Way controller software at CeBIT 2012

The networked home is one of the hot topics at this year's CeBIT. And just how easy it is to set up, organise and operate home control devices based on Z-Wave via the Web will be demonstrated by the Z-Wave alliance member Z-Wave.Me from 6 to 11 March at stand B29 in Hall 13. The prime focus at the stand will be the demonstration of the Z-Way controller software, which the user can operate from a local control unit (PC, laptop, iPad, etc.) or online.
6th March 2012

Z-Wave announces 600th certified product: RCS TECHNOLOGY EM52 Whole House Energy Meter

The Z-Wave Alliance today announced that it has certified its 600th product. This major milestone solidifies its position as the leading consortium dedicated to Home Control and Smart Energy development. The 600th Z-Wave product is a Whole House Energy Meter designed to provide timely and accurate consumption data.
29th February 2012

Synopsys Announces Industry's First HDMI 1.4 PHY IP in 28-nanometer Processes for Multiple Foundries

Synopsys, Inc. today announced the immediate availability of DesignWare HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface) 1.4 PHY IP in advanced 28-nanometer (nm) processes for multiple leading foundries. System-on-chip (SoC) designs for high-end mobile multimedia and digital home applications are migrating to 28-nm processes to minimize power consumption and maximize performance. The DesignWare HDMI 1.4 PHY IP has been optimized for low power, small area and high performance at 28-nm, enabling design teams to quickly integrate the HDMI interface into their chips with less risk and effort.
14th February 2012

Digi Releases Next Generation ZigBee Smart Energy Gateway

Digi International has introduced the ConnectPort X2e for Smart Energy, a low-cost, enhanced version of the company’s ZigBee Smart Energy gateway. The gateway connects ZigBee Smart Energy devices from a Home Area Network (HAN) to an energy service provider via broadband.
10th February 2012

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