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Smarter Solutions from InnoPhase IoT, in Partnership with OMNIVISION and Hualai Technology

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One of the biggest digital bricks, so to speak, laid in the foundation of the Internet of Things (IoT) is connectivity. It’s the “smart” of today’s smart devices, vehicles, homes, offices and smart city infrastructure. Smarter approaches to connectivity also render possible global-scale deployments of IoT-compatible devices, machinery, sensors, modules, etc.

Enter InnoPhase IoT, a fabless wireless semiconductor platform company. InnoPhase’s specializations are found in extreme low power wireless radio connectivity solutions (i.e. products with majorly increased battery lifetime, AI-powered Wi-Fi camera applications and more). InnoPhase seeks to “redefine wireless technology and break the IoT/Wi-Fi power barrier” with in-use answers to smart-centric IoT challenges in energy-sensitive, cloud-connected wireless environments.

Earlier this week, I penned an InnoPhase-related article over on Smart City Sentinel. It covered other InnoPhase Wi-Fi video camera releases, which are part of its Talaria TWO family of limitation-breaking solutions that – in short order – enable super low-power, connected device usage and leave behind the needs for clumsy wiring or the hurdle of restrictive device placement options.

Today, there’s more InnoPhase news to cover.

InnoPhase has additional IoT market-ready video solutions to showcase; ones that tout double the battery life of other devices and aren’t tethered to older wired technologies. To make this happen, the company worked with OMNIVISION and Hualai Technology.

These, namely, relate to InnoPhase work on new Talaria TWO OMNIVISION modules, aka the OMNIVISION Video Reference Kit with Low Power Wi-Fi and BLE Module, as well as the Hualai Video Camera (integrated with OMNIVISION technology and InnoPhase’s INP1015 Module).

What do these technologies mean for the current state of the smart marketplace? Per David Ho, Director of Product Marketing at OMNIVISION:

“The video camera market is ripe for wireless solutions that can speed time to market, ensure low power consumption and extend battery life, and at the same time simplify the design process. InnoPhase IoT’s Talaria TWO platform fit that bill.”

“The OMNIVISION OA8000 platform was also selected,” Ho continued, “because it is a top-performing low power consumption video processing solution, and it has been extensively used by Tier 1 customers worldwide. Combined with InnoPhase IoT’s Talaria TWO Wi-Fi/BLE module, it enables ultra-low power and direct-to-cloud connectivity for battery operated cameras. This allows us to offer quick time to market video products for end customers.”

InnoPhase IoT President and Chief Operating Officer Wiren Perera added to what Ho shared:

“InnoPhase offers complete solutions, including hardware, software, integration, cloud connectivity and certification, that are available now for evaluation, production and deployment. Our work with OMNIVISION and Hualai meets market needs, and our hope is to continue powering future-proofed solutions in the years to come.”

Learn more here.




Edited by Greg Tavarez
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