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u-blox in the news

There are many articles published from and about u‑blox. Here's a glimpse ...

u-blox_wearables
Inside GNSS, pages 28-29
Swiss company u-blox, a global leader in wireless and positioning chips, has developed a new super-efficient 'Super-E' mode for its GNSS receivers that promises a revolution in the wearable GNSS applications market.
13. July 2017
u-blox_Thomas Seiler
Nikkei Technology Online
スイスu-blox社は、創業20周年を機にアジア報道機関向けの会見を本社があるチューリッヒ近郊のThalwilで2017年6月13日に行った。最初に登壇したのは、CEOのThomas Seiler氏である。
15. June 2017
u-blox_Mats Andersson
Embedded Computing Design
Turning the Industrial IoT toolbox Blue(tooth) ANDERSSON: Bluetooth 5 introduces several enhancements on top of those enabled by Bluetooth low energy (BLE) technology that further allow Bluetooth to move from a cable replacement technology to a network-oriented technology, and thus better able to support IoT applications in all vertical segments.
21. April 2017
bt
Radio-Electronics
Bluetooth 5 is the latest flavour of the popular wireless standard. It is anticipated that it will become even more widespread with is applicability to so many applications
19. April 2017
u-blox_NINA-B1
Electronic Products
Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) module selection. Once the design decision is made to take the module approach to adding Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) connectivity to an IoT design, developers need to give serious consideration to which module they will employ.
27. February 2017
u-blox_cellular_and_LPWA_coverage_with_modules
All About Circuits
Learn about LTE Cat 1's specifications and how you can use it in designs. The high-speed cellular communication standard, long term evolution (LTE)—commonly called 4G or Cat 4—has continued to advance with technology enhancements since first being proposed by NTT DoCoMo in 2004.
24. January 2017
connected city
Embedded Computing Design
Cities across the world are increasingly blanketed with public Wi-Fi networks, providing free or extremely low-cost citywide access to the Internet, as well as public services and information.
28. November 2016
thomas seiler
IoT Now
Different technologies needed to support diversity of applications that will make the IoT market
13. October 2016