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The Nordic Semiconductor nRF24LE1 OTP and nRF24LU1+ OTP target the most fiercely price sensitive consumer segments of the ULP wireless market that do not require the flash memory employed in the company's existing nRF24LE1 and nRF24LU1+ 2.4GHz SoCs. Except for a flash-replacing OTP memory, the nRF24LE1 OTP and nRF24LU1+ OTP have the same key features as the existing nRF24LE1 and nRF24LU1+ products


Expanded pan-European, 28-country franchise agreement now includes UK, Italy, Spain, Portugal, Norway, Sweden, Poland and Croatia for the first time


Results driven by sharp increase in sales of 2.4GHz SoC transceivers to new wireless PC peripherals customers in Asia, an improvement in gross margins from product and customer mix, and a strong focus on cost management. But like almost every other global semiconductor company today, other business segments have been hit hard by downturn


Nordic Semiconductor - which is sponsoring the first ever Bluetooth Innovation World Cup - is inviting its customers to enter on-line their design concept ideas for innovative sports, fitness and healthcare applications based on the forthcoming Bluetooth low energy specification. Bluetooth low energy is predicted to become the fastest ever shipping wireless technology (1 billion units by 2013) and after the official standard is released later this year first products are expected to come to market in 2010


Continua Health Alliance, an open industry healthcare coalition, has specified Bluetooth low energy and ZigBee® Health Care in the next version of its interoperability Design Guidelines for Continua Certified™ wireless devices