EET_Asia
Altair rolls low-power 4G chip aimed at wearables, IoT

Altair Semiconductor has developed a line-up of MIPS-based chips to deliver 4G connectivity to wearables and other IoT devices at particularly low power budgets. The company has optimised the FourGee modems for the small form factor and very low power consumption characteristics that are typical of IoT devices

EDN_Europe
Low-power LTE 4G modem targets IoT, uses MIPS architecture

Altair Semiconductor has designed a new family of MIPS-based chips to provide 4G connectivity to wearables and other IoT devices at minimal power consumption.

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M2Mnow
The Awesome Potential of Geofencing for M2M

What if you could give your child the freedom to enjoy a night out with friends without constantly worrying? I assure you, I’m not talking about some magical fantasy land for parents. I’m talking about the potential power of wearable M2M devices and geofencing technology.

ET Telecom
4G LTE to be an Essential Part of India’s Smart City Project

The absence of access to urban resources, including land, services, and security, has triggered the need for digitization in order to grapple with increasing consumer demands, as well as overcrowding, energy consumption and unemployment. This expansion has cities turning to sustainability and the Internet of Things (IoT) to accommodate a growing populace.

Connected Car Tech
LTE: The next frontier for the connected car

In an increasingly mobile and digital culture, consumers now decide when and where they receive content rather than having it dictated to them by providers. As such, in many areas of business—from marketing to infotainment—unique content has become a precious commodity, and consumers have come to expect to receive it anywhere, any time.

IoT Evolution
The Wait Is Over: Altair Brings Affordable, Low Power, Robust LTE Connectivity to IoT

It has been clear for some time that a low-cost, high-performance connectivity option for the Internet of Things is on the horizon. According to Altair Semiconductor, that time is now.

healthcareIT
The smart medical home can lower healthcare costs

Healthcare IT News – Rising healthcare costs are a concern in many areas of the world because medical expenses are paid, at least in part, by taxpayer money. Even in a country like the U.S., where millions of people have private coverage, emergency rooms in hospitals that accept government-funded Medicare cannot refuse treatment to any individual regardless of insurance status.

Media & Entertainment Technologies
LTE for IoT

M&E TECH-Eran Eshed from Altair presented talking points about cellular infrastructure for the IoT. The greatest challenges are in overcoming the perceptions that LTE is a high-power, high-performance data transport technology that is very expensive. New technology developments and the latest revision to the LTE standards enable the cellular technology to be the backbone for IoT devices.

Mobility Tech Zone
Altair Semiconductor Completes AT&T ADAPT Chipset Validation

Mobility Tech Zone-Validation of a tech product is essential to the growth of a product. When it comes to the proliferation of 4G LTE mobile technologies, the validation of chipsets becomes an integral part of growth for those chips and for the overall market itself.

RCR Wireless
LTE AT&T gives LTE-only a boost

RCR Wireless- Israel’s Altair Semiconductor said today that its FourGee-3800/6300 chipset has completed AT&T’s ADAPT chipset validation. Altair makes LTE-only chipsets, which so far have primarily been used in tablets. Tablets do not need to make voice calls, and voice-over-LTE is still in its infancy.

Wearable Tech
Three key ways that wearables can change lives

Wearabletech-Unless you spent the past month underneath a rock, you have probably heard enough buzz surrounding the Apple Watch’s unveiling to last a lifetime. Apple’s foray into the smart watch space is just the latest indication that the wearables market is forcing its way into the mainstream.

Smart Industry
Taking the IIoT Beyond WiFi: Consider 4G LTE

Smart Industry- Will 4G be the future of the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT)? Well, probably at least in part. There are plenty of “things” that aren’t located in places that are easy to reach with Ethernet or WiFi. Maybe it’s a solar array on a hillside – or just at the far end of the parking lot. Regardless of the exact location, that extra distance could leave inconvenient gaps in the IIoT.

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