Akron, Ohio. Laird Connectivity is setting to release the Tungsten700 SMARC System-On-Module (SoM) operating with a MediaTek Genio 700 processor and Laird Connectivity's imminent Sona MT320 Wi-Fi 6/Bluetooth 5.3 module that was designed after the MediaTek Filogic 320 Wi-Fi/Bluetooth combo radio. The combination forms a complete compute and connectivity solution.
A Game Changer For Wireless Clinical Devices: The Impact of Wi-Fi 6/6E on Connected Medical Devices in Hospital Settings - WhitepaperApril 03, 2023
Wi-Fi networks are the indispensable backbone for connected medical devices in hospitals.
Design teams working on wireless products are increasingly caught in a Catch-22. Their companies are shortening time-to-market timelines for new products because of growing financial pressures created by the recessionary trends.
Advanced wireless IoT applications such as machine vision, industrial HMI, audio/voice systems, and more, require an integrated hardware and software solution that can provide multiprocessing and industrial-grade features in a secure architecture.
Extreme miniaturization coupled with increasingly higher computer performance, efficient communication of networked, often also mobile systems – the developers of embedded systems have to meet enormous requirements.
New System-on-Module from Laird Connectivity Delivers NXP Edge Processing with NXP Wi-Fi and Bluetooth - NewsNovember 23, 2021
Laird Connectivity announced the newest addition to their system-on-module (SOM) portfolio, the Summit SOM 8M Plus based on the NXP Semiconductors i.MX 8M Plus applications processor and 88W8997 wireless SoC.
The Sterling-LWB+ delivers a fully featured Wi-Fi 4 radio enabled with Laird Connectivity’s software drivers and support. The SDIO solution can be integrated with any Linux or Android based system, with RTOS software integration coming soon.