Nordic Semiconductor is a leading provider of low-power wireless communication solutions, utilizing decades of ultra-low-power wireless expertise to maximize Wi-Fi’s low-power potential in various applications including home automation, smart lighting, and other IoT devices.
Want to add Bluetooth Low Energy connectivity to your product? We offer high-quality BLE SoCs and Bluetooth Low Energy chips with ultra-low power consumption and protocol stacks, ensuring excellent interoperability.
As the Bluetooth Low Energy market leader, Nordic is your best choice for LE Audio solutions. LE Audio is the next generation of Bluetooth Audio, making audio streaming over Bluetooth Low Energy possible. It enables new use cases and significantly reduces power consumption compared to Classic (BR/EDR) Audio.
Want to add Bluetooth Mesh connectivity to your product? We offer the complete solution for building Bluetooth Mesh products; feature-rich SoCs, a qualified Bluetooth Mesh stack with samples, and a mobile app for interacting with the mesh network.
Amazon Sidewalk is a community network that uses Amazon Sidewalk Bridges, such as Amazon Echo and Ring devices, to give cloud connectivity to IoT devices at no network connection cost. It provides connectivity to devices that are outside of the range of a home Wi-Fi network for a cloud connection.
ANT is a popular proprietary ultra-low power wireless solution operating in the 2.4 GHz ISM band that is especially suited for battery operated products. Its outstanding power efficiency has seen it become a popular choice for wireless applications in the fields of sports and fitness, and health and wellness.
The range and link robustness of Nordic nRF52 and nRF53 Series SoCs fulfill the requirements of most applications and use-cases, but sometimes adding a range extender/RF front end module (FEM) is the correct choice.
For years, Nordic Semiconductor has been dedicated to designing wireless technology with exceptionally low power consumption. Building upon this extensive expertise, we utilize this knowledge to develop power management ICs that contribute to even greater reductions in power usage.