Internet of Things
For nearly two decades, our chipsets have formed the foundation for the Internet of Things (IoT). In 2015 alone, we enabled more than 1 billion consumer electronic products, including digital TVs, home audio devices, DVD/Blu-ray players, smartphones and tablets, networking and connectivity products, and many more. Year after year, we have focused on making our chipsets for these products more highly integrated, more connected and more power-efficient.
As chipsets get ever smaller and more power efficient, the devices they enable will allow people to manage and control their environments in new ways. We are on the forefront of leveraging our unique heritage to enable this IoT wave. We're creating platforms for location intelligence, smart connected health and fitness wearables, smart home devices and M2M products, with more to come.
Chips with built-in power management, low-noise amplifiers and non-volatile RAM, means our Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) technology provides an excellent combination of performance and cost effectiveness for a range of consumer devices
Highly-integrated chips with power-efficient multimedia and connectivity technologies mean wearables with more consumer appeal. And for health and fitness applications, simply add our equally efficient bio-sensing chip.
A diverse portfolio of integrated networking and control solutions to help enable home connectivity and automation.
With Bluetooth and cellular connectivity these are solutions to meet the needs of government, utility, retail, agriculture, transportation, asset tracking and many others.