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Bluegiga gibt neues drahtloses APx4-System-on-Modul frei

ELECTRONICA, MÜNCHEN, November 13, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --

Bluegiga stellte heute sein neues Wireless System-on-Modul Bluegiga APx4 vor. Das APx4 ist ein drahtloses Niedrigstrom-System-on-Modul mit integriertem Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.0, ARM und Linux, das eine ideale Entwicklungsplattform für drahtlose Gateways bietet.

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Das Bluegiga APx4 ist ein Kleinformfaktor-, Niedrigstrom-System-on-Modul mit den neuesten Drahtlos-Konnektivitäts-Standards: 802.11 b/g/n und Bluetooth 4.0. Das APx4 basiert auf der i.MX28-Prozessor-Familie von Freescale und führt ein eingebettetes Linux-Betriebssystem, basierend auf dem Yokto-Projekt [TM]. Neben dem integrierten 454 MHz ARM9-Prozessor, den Drahtlos-Konnektivitäts-Technologien und dem Betriebssystem Linux beinhaltet das APx4 auch mehrere eingebaute Anwendungen wie 802.11 und Bluetooth 4.0-Stacks, den mit Continua v.1.5 kompatiblen IEEE-Manager und vieles mehr. Diese Kombination bietet eine ideale Plattform für die Gestaltung von Multi-Funk-Drahtlos-Gateways, die eine schnelle Markteinführung und minimale F&E-Risiken ermöglichen.

"Die Integration von Wi-Fi, Bluetooth und Bluetooth Smart Ready-Technologien in einer einzigen Plattform ist keineswegs eine triviale Herausforderung - besonders, wenn diese Technologien nahtlos nebeneinander existieren müssen. Doch genau das schafft das APx4 -und zusätzlich bietet es eine ARM9-basierte Linux-Plattform, die es unsere Kunden ermöglicht, schnell und unkompliziert ihre eigenen Anwendungen hinzuzufügen", kommentierte Mikko Savolainen, VP of Product Management von Bluegiga.

Die Bluegiga APx4-Software kann leicht erweitert oder auf individuelle Bedürfnisse zugeschnitten werden, indem das Linux-Betriebssystem mithilfe von Anwendungen angepasst wird. Die Mainboards für das APx4 können leicht aufgestockt werden; sie können fast alles von 3G-Modems über das Ethernet und Audio-Schnittstellen bis hin zu Berührungsbildschirmen aufnehmen. Das APx4 von Bluegiga ist ein ideales Produkt für Anwendungen, die drahtlose oder verkabelte Verbindungstechnologien und die Verarbeitungsleistung des ARM9-Prozessors benötigen, wie etwa Gesundheits- und Fitness-Gateways, Gebäude- und Heimautomatisierungs-Gateways, M2M, Ladenkassen und industrielle Konnektivität.

"Wir sehen, dass die Nachfrage nach drahtlosen Konnektivitätslösungen deutlich steigt. Das drahtlose System-on-Modul APx4 spricht exakt diesen Konnektivitätsbedarf an und bietet eine Plattform für die schnelle Entwicklung von neuen, innovativen, drahtlosen Gateways", sagt Tom Nordman, VP of Sales und Marketing von Bluegiga, und er fügt hinzu: "Wir bei Bluegiga sindbegeistert, dass wir unsere langjährige Erfahrung mit drahtloser Konnektivität für die Erweiterung unseres Produktportfolios nutzen unddiese Art von neuen Lösungen einschließen können."

Zusätzliche Informationen finden Sie unter: http://www.bluegiga.com/apx4

APx4- Development-Kit:

Das APx4-Development-Kit enthält eine vollständige Hardware-Entwicklungsplattform für APx4 und die Software SDK, die es ermöglicht, Anwendungen für das Linux-Betriebssystem des APx4 zusammenzustellen.


Bluegiga ist ein Anbieter von drahtlosen Kurzstrecken-Konnektivitätslösungen und bietet unter anderem Bluetooth-Module, Wi-Fi-Module und Bluetooth-Netzzugangsgeräte für OEM-Hersteller und Systemintegratoren. Bluegiga wurde 2000 gegründet, hat seinen Hauptsitz in Espoo, Finnland, und verkauft auf verschiedensten Märkten an Kunden aus dem Gesundheitswesen, der Sport- und Fitnessbranche, der Automobilindustrie, der Audiobranche und der verarbeitenden Industrie. Über seine Vertriebsbüros in den Vereinigten Staaten und in Hongkong sowie über sein breitgefächertes Vertriebsnetz bedient Bluegiga Kunden in mehr als 70 Ländern.Weitere Informationen finden Sie unterhttp://www.bluegiga.com.

Für weiterführende Informationen wenden Sie sich bitte an[email protected]

Herr Tom Nordman
VP, Sales and Marketing
Tel.: +358-9-435-5060 (Finnland)


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