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Cortus, RivieraWaves unite on Bluetooth low energy IP

Posted: 01 Oct 2010     Print Version  Bookmark and Share

Keywords:Bluetooth low energy  base band hardware  protocol stack  APS3 

Cortus and RivieraWaves have signed an agreement to offer a range of turnkey Bluetooth IP solutions.

Joint development efforts of the two companies has resulted in an IP solution that assimilates RivieraWaves' RF, modem and base band hardware as well as the protocol stack running on the integrated APS3 processor from Cortus.

RivieraWaves says its Bluetooth IP blocks are flexible and can target sports/ fitness wireless sensors, medical wireless sensors, watches, remote controllers, home/building control & automation devices, set top boxes, mobile phones, PCs/laptops, audio peripherals. Meanwhile, the Cortus touts its APS3 is a 32-bit processor, designed specifically for embedded systems.

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