A 'Game-Changer' for Connectivity: Introducing InnoPhase IoT's Talaria TWO Matter v1.2 Certified Wi-Fi Solution


Happy first day of July, folks – we’re already halfway through 2024. “That’s crazy” is already a time-worn phrase that I don’t mean to overuse here, but it is a bit wild how this year has flown by, given many of the crazy goings-on we’ve experienced. (It doesn’t quite hold a candle to 2020, but that’s its own discussion.)

Anywho, let’s take a moment today to talk about InnoPhase IoT and the announcement it made towards the end of June.

InnoPhase IoT has become known by many as the fabless wireless semiconductor platform company. In past articles (featured on both IoT Evolution and on Smart City Sentinel), we’ve talked about how InnoPhase’s specializations cover extreme low power wireless radio connectivity solutions (i.e. products with majorly increased battery life, AI-powered Wi-Fi camera applications, etcetera). With a market focus on developing top-notch IoT solutions, InnoPhase continues to “redefine wireless technology and break the IoT/Wi-Fi power barrier,” as the company has stated. (Especially for energy-sensitive, cloud-connected wireless environments.)

So, that’s the InnoPhase IoT catch-up, for any that needed a refresher.

Here’s the announcement we mentioned:

InnoPhase IoT has announced the availability of its Talaria TWO Matter v1.2 certified Wi-Fi solution.

Based on a single-chip SoC (rather than the multiple-chip approach other vendors opt for), this allows the Talaria TWO Matter v1.2 solution “to enable device interoperability across a variety of ecosystems, including Apple, Google, Amazon Alexa, Samsung, etc.,” per the official news release. This not only provides a wider selection of home automation devices for smart home users, but its Matter protocol compliance addresses “vendor-independent device compatibility and easier setup to operate,” InnoPhase IoT also stated.

“Achieving Matter 1.2 certification is a game-changer in secure device connectivity, ensuring that smart home devices work together seamlessly,” explained Wiren Perera, InnoPhase IoT President and COO. “Our Talaria TWO delivers Wi-Fi at ultra-low power levels synonymous with shorter range technologies, unleashing truly untethered secure IoT devices. Moreover, it was very important for us to provide manufacturer and ecosystem-independent interoperability for consumers. A scalable Matter 1.2 certified capability addresses this challenge for a wide range of smart-home applications, from appliances through entertainment and comfort to utilities and services.”

For further technical details regarding this solution’s configurations, cost-efficient features, applicability for custom use cases and much more, read here.

Edited by Alex Passett
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