AsiaRF, a wi-fi connectivity options firm, has launched the Wi-Fi licensed HaLow IoT gateway, powered by Morse Micro’s MM6108 Wi-Fi HaLow SoC. The gateway helps the IEEE 802.11 Wi-Fi HaLow commonplace and offers dependable, low-power, and long-range connectivity for IoT networks.
This may play a vital position in world IoT ecosystems, fostering long-reach, power-efficient connections for IoT units worldwide.
HaLow, as outlined by the Wi-Fi Alliance IEEE 802.11ah specification, operates within the wi-fi spectrum under 1 GHz. This sub-GHz connectivity provides the AsiaRF IoT gateway a number of benefits, similar to expanded vary and optimised energy effectivity, enhancing on the restrictions of typical IoT connectivity.
“We’re thrilled to be the primary to supply a Wi-Fi licensed HaLow IoT gateway designed for world markets,” says Paul Lai, CEO of AsiaRF. “Our gateway product will considerably enhance IoT connectivity worldwide, and we’re excited to assist drive this transformation with companions like Morse Micro.”
By combining the low-power, long-range advantages of Wi-Fi HaLow with the RF efficiency of the Morse Micro MM6108 SoC, the AsiaRF IoT gateway is seen as serving to companies and shoppers to profit from the complete potential of the IoT with connectivity, energy effectivity, and prolonged vary as commonplace.
“Morse Micro and AsiaRF share a mutual dedication to innovation and to bringing Wi-Fi HaLow to market,” says Michael De Nil, co-founder and CEO of Morse Micro. “The brand new AsiaRF IoT gateway showcases the numerous benefits of utilizing Morse Micro’s Wi-Fi HaLow SoC expertise for IoT connectivity and we’re happy to see it come to market this 12 months.”