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Another Partnership in the Books: Morse Micro and Synergy Associates to Expand IoT Ecosystems in New England

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Before last week’s CES event in Las Vegas, ultra-long range, ultra-low power interoperability and IoT solutions provider Morse Micro unveiled a host of new customer ecosystem innovations (with demonstrations, to boot). The latest Morse Micro Wi-Fi HaLow capabilities, quote, “support unique requirements that continue to be seen throughout growing IoT markets.”

At the time, Morse Micro CEO Michael De Nil noted that “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. Morse Micro’s partners have incorporated our complete Wi-Fi HaLow connectivity solution to develop IoT products for numerous consumer and enterprise applications that are driving this technology’s mass market adoption.”

Today, we’re touching on several points echoing from De Nil’s statement – Morse Micro, advancements in Wi-Fi HaLow use cases, and a specific word he used:

“Partners.”

Yes, Morse Micro recently announced another strategic partnership; this time, with Synergy Associates, a manufacturer representative and technology services provider based in the New England region of the U.S. Per the official announcement, this partnership will “enhance Morse Micro's customer relationships, sales support and product presence in New England, as well as broaden the company's footprint in the North American OEM market.”

Synergy Associates holds a strong track record of fostering market growth and deep relationships with OEM customers in New England, as well as with industry giants like HPE and Dell.

Together, Morse Micro and Synergy Associates will bring additional comprehensive Wi-Fi HaLow solutions to various IoT ecosystems in the region; extended-range, high-throughput and energy-efficient connectivity, namely. Such features make Wi-Fi HaLow a prime choice for smart home applications, in IIoT, agriculture, smart city infrastructure, and even in healthcare fields.

As John Perry, Managing Partner and founder of Synergy Associates had to say, “Our partnership with Morse Micro will help accelerate the adoption of Wi-Fi HaLow across a broad set of in-need applications. We look forward to collaborating with the leader in Wi-Fi HaLow solutions and evangelizing the IEEE 802.11ah standard to help our customers solve their IoT connectivity challenges.”

For more information on Morse Micro’s partnerships and the achievements therein, read here.


Edited by Greg Tavarez
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