Altair Semiconductor says will bring 4G network to small devices

Reuters – Altair Semiconductor said on Wednesday it has developed a new technology that will allow small devices like security alarms and electricity meters to connect to fourth generation (4G) mobile networks more efficiently.

New Altair Chipsets Can Expedite LTE’s Application for IoT

M2M Evolution – Altair Semiconductor today officially unveiled new CAT-0 and CAT-1 LTE-only chipsets, which the vendor says will enable carriers to use LTE in Internet of Things deployments two years earlier than they originally thought possible.

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LTE IoT Specs Anticipated in Chips

EE Times – Altair Semiconductor hopes to drive the machine-to-machine (M2M) market toward 4G LTE with two chip sets coming out ahead of expected 3GPP standards for the Internet of Things.

The Peggy Smedley Show: Episode 364 -The Future of LTE

The Peggy Smedley Show – The Future of LTE
Eran Eshed, cofounder and vice president of business development, Altair Semiconductor, talks about his company’s impact on the 4G market and the evolution of LTE connected consumer electronics.

SanDisk Invests in IoT Ecosystem

Connected World Magazine – SanDisk Corp. has announced SanDisk Ventures, the company’s venture arm, has invested in Altair Semiconductor,, a developer of high-performance, single-mode LTE (long-term evolution) chipsets. SanDisk says its ventures initiative is in place to strategically invest in companies and technologies that will extend the value proposition of flash-based solutions.

SanDisk Expands its Commitment to the ‘Connected Device’ Market with a Strategic Investment in Altair Semiconductor

SanDisk Ventures Invests in the Leading Developer of High-Performance, Single-Mode LTE Chipsets MILPITAS, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–SanDisk Corporation (NASDAQ:SNDK), a global leader in flash storage solutions, today announced that the company’s venture arm, SanDisk Ventures, has invested in Altair Semiconductor, the leading developer of high-performance, single-mode LTE chipsets. Altair’s high-performance products bring 4G LTE Internet connectivity to […]

SanDisk invests in Altair Semiconductor

telecompaper – SanDisk has acquired a stake in Altair Semiconductor, a developer of LTE chipsets. SanDisk’s investment through SanDisk Ventures will help the company further develop the integration of flash storage in LTE devices, supporting the ‘Internet of Things’. Altair’s low-power LTE chipsets enable a broad range of consumer and IoT devices to connect to each other as well as to the cloud. Over 30 connected device manufacturers use Altair chips to power millions of end-user devices deployed commercially on LTE networks around the world. Terms of the investment were not disclosed.

FirstNews Briefs: SanDisk, Telefónica, MobiTV, Johnson Health Tech, C Spire

Wireless Week SanDisk Corporation today announced that the company’s venture arm, SanDisk Ventures, has invested in Altair Semiconductor, a developer of single-mode LTE chipsets. Altair’s products bring 4G LTE Internet connectivity to tablets, netbooks, USB dongles, portable hotspots, fixed routers and modems, machine-to-machine applications and other devices. Read More

Forget Black Friday, this LTE-enabled Asus Chromebook is available for $200 right now

Digital Trends – With little to no fanfare, the PC manufacturer has started selling a version of its C300 Chromebook that’s LTE-enabled. With this notebook in tow, you’ll be saved from having to always hunt for Wi-Fi hotspots.

Asus begins selling its first LTE Chromebook for $200 on a two-year Verizon contract

9to5 Google – by Jordan Kahn – It’s not the first LTE Chromebook, but… an LTE version of the C300 Chromebook variant is now selling through Best Buy according to an announcement sent over from Altair Semiconductor, the company providing the LTE chip for the Chromebook.

Connected cars and LTE: Where are they heading?

Telecom Lead The connected car ecosystem is quickly expanding and everyone wants a piece of the action. From usage-based insurance, to built-in infotainment systems, the applications and potential value-added services in the connected car market present a plethora of new opportunities for car manufacturers, OEMs, hardware developers and manufacturers, and wireless carriers, among many others, […]

Five Tips for selecting an LTE chipset partner

Electronics Weekly by Eran Eshed LTE is quickly becoming the global standard for next-generation wireless networks. The GSA reported that 260 operators had commercially launched LTE services in 95 countries in 2013, and forecasted that there will be at least 350 LTE networks in commercial service by end 2014. LTE integration is a significant undertaking, […]

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