Morse Micro, a fast-growing fabless semiconductor company focused on Internet of Things (IoT) connectivity, has announced it has won the 2023 IoT Evolution Industrial IoT Product of the Year Award for a second consecutive year. This follows a year of rapid innovation and scale for Wi-Fi HaLow, whereby the team has delivered a range of Wi-Fi HaLow SoCs and modules to the market.
“Morse Micro is on a journey to accelerate IoT connectivity and revolutionize our digital future. From taking part in global events like ISC West where we are showcasing our technology, to building exciting partnerships that enhance our go-to-market strategy, there is no doubt we are experiencing growing market traction for Wi-Fi HaLow,” said Michael De Nil, co-founder and CEO of Morse Micro. “With the global smart home security camera market expected to reach $30 billion by 2030, we’re thrilled to have demonstrated the value of Wi-Fi HaLow to this fantastic use-case. A big thank you to IoT Evolution for this accolade.”
By incorporating Wi-Fi HaLow into their designs, companies can build best-in-class wireless security cameras that deliver up to 10x farther reach than traditional Wi-Fi 6 cameras operating at 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz. Wi-Fi HaLow, based on the new IEEE 802.11ah standard, operates at frequencies below 1GHz, which allows for better Wi-Fi penetration through walls and other obstacles. Thanks to its ultra-low power consumption, this technology also enables battery-powered IP cameras to run for years.
Discover what makes Wi-Fi HaLow the perfect partner for security systems at ISC West
Morse Micro is conducting product demonstrations and showcasing the role of Wi-Fi HaLow in tackling the world’s most pressing security challenges at ISC West this week, at a private suite in The Venetian Resort (Galileo 1005).
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