Overview

Reliable, low-power wireless connectivity is a fundamental requirement for applications, ranging from smartphones and tablets to automotive infotainment systems and intelligent thermostats, as well as for a host of other devices being created for the Internet of Things (IoT).

The highly competitive nature of these markets constantly pushes developers up the integration curve, with winning solutions embedding connectivity such as Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and other LPWA technologies directly into the SoCs and ASSPs at the heart of these products.

Wired connectivity plays an important role as well, such as PLC in the smart-home and smart-utility environments, and SATA/SAS in cloud storage.

All of these require:

  • Proven, portable, and certified IP solutions that can be quickly and easily embedded into silicon
  • Support for Wi-Fi standards, including Wi-Fi 802.11a/b/g/n/ac/ax
  • Support for classic Bluetooth, Bluetooth low-energy (BLE), and Bluetooth dual-mode (BTDM)
  • Support for various wired connectivity standards

target markets

Mobile

Delivering reliable, power-efficient Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity at a minimum cost is a challenge for every mobile device designer

Wearables

Smart watches, smart bands, and smart glasses are just some of the applications that demand ultra-low-power, ultra-miniature SoCs with embedded Wi-Fi and/or Bluetooth

Consumer Electronics

Wireless or wired connectivity is a mandatory requirement for smart and connected consumer devices

Industrial

From smart meters to smart cities, from factory floor to long range asset tracking, wireless and PLC standards are enabling new possibilities

Computing

The rise of the connected world creates a wealth of data to be stored in SATA- and SAS-based HDDs and SSDs, with advanced neural networks processing, cataloging, and leveraging this data to provide advanced services

IoT

Without efficient and effective connectivity, developing IoT devices for the smart home or the workplace would simply not be possible

Automotive

From luxury to entry-level models, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth are no longer optional extras on today's smart and connected cars

We have chosen CEVA's RivieraWaves dual mode Bluetooth IP because it allows us to address the widest possible range of applications, covering both classic and low energy connections.
Teo Swee Ann, CEO of Espressif Systems