Morse Mirco to Demonstrate Versatility of Modern IoT through Wi-Fi HaLow Technology


Dependable IoT connectivity providers in 2024 will strive to connect much-needed products with a ton of services that make folks’ lives and environments – at home, on the job site, you name it – as reliably efficient as they are comfortable and secure.

Today, this involves new Wi-Fi HaLow innovations, courtesy of Morse Micro, a provider focused on ultra-long range, ultra-low power interoperability solutions for Internet of Things applications.

(A quick note: The first time I penned a piece about Wi-Fi HaLow capabilities was March of 2023; the story concerned a global IoT solutions company called Quectel. What’s even more notable is that a month later, Quectel and Morse Micro actually announced their strategic partnership to deliver additional Wi-Fi HaLow solutions to market.)

In that vein, we have today’s coverage:

Ahead of this year’s International CES in Las Vegas, Morse Mirco announced that it will be unveiling a whole host of new customer ecosystem innovations. These demonstrations will reportedly showcase, quote, “additional groundbreaking capabilities” of Wi-Fi HaLow tech that will support unique requirements that continue to fill growing IoT markets.

According to Michael De Nil, Morse Micro’s co-founder and CEO:

“Wi-Fi HaLow technology extends beyond the limited reach of legacy Wi-Fi, while providing throughputs no other long-range wireless technology can match. Momentum is building for Wi-Fi HaLow, with the Wi-Fi Alliance taking major steps to promote the protocol's benefits for the IoT. Our partners have incorporated our complete Wi-Fi HaLow connectivity solution to develop IoT products for a host of consumer and enterprise applications that are driving the mass market adoption of Wi-Fi HaLow technology.”

Morse Micro is set to demonstrate its Wi-Fi HaLow tech that spans plenty of IoT applications, from smart home to automation and industrial and beyond.

Highlights of what Morse Micro has been working on include the following:

  • Dual-mode Wi-Fi 6 + Wi-Fi HaLow access points (APs)
  • IoT gateways supporting Wi-Fi HaLow
  • Edge AI-powered security cameras linked with Wi-Fi HaLow
  • Indoor and outdoor IP cameras featuring long-range Wi-Fi HaLow connectivity
  • Smart doorbell camera with Wi-Fi HaLow
  • Highly portable mobile devices with Wi-Fi HaLow-enabled cameras or sensors
  • Matter protocol running over Wi-Fi HaLow for smart home networks
  • Wi-Fi HaLow support for multiple stations (STAs)
  • Ultra-small W-Fi HaLow modules integrating Morse Micro wireless SoCs

For more information about the applications (e.g. smart home, infrastructure, enterprise, smart cities, etc.) that the extended range, power efficiency, and scalability of Wi-Fi HaLow tech impacts, read here.

Edited by Greg Tavarez
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