MOBILE INFRASTRUCTURE,NETWORK INFRASTRUCTURE
businesswire | April 13, 2023
Semtech Corporation (Nasdaq: SMTC), a high-performance semiconductor, IoT systems, and Cloud connectivity service provider, announces the expansion of its PerSe® product portfolio with the release of a new integrated circuit (IC) purpose-built for 5G mobile devices. Semtech’s PerSe technology senses human proximity and enables end devices such as smartphones to implement advanced radio frequency (RF) control. The PerSe Connect SX9376 enables designers to optimize RF performance, enhance connectivity and support elevated compliance with global specific absorption rate (SAR) standards for 5G-enabled consumer devices.
Purpose-Built Human Sensing Chips
Semtech’s PerSe intelligent sensors have led the connected device market for the past decade, delivering always-on and highly responsive consumer experiences. The ability to enable automatic adjustment of system level RF emissions allows connected devices – smartphones, tablets, hotspots, and laptops – to operate at peak performance while maintaining compliance. The industry’s leading original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) design Semtech’s chips into their devices to deliver unrivaled consumer experiences through superior device performance, battery life, regulatory compliance and user safety.
“As the evolution of the consumer device market continues to accelerate, OEMs will continue to deliver connected devices that take advantage of the best available technologies to deliver the highest levels of performance, connectivity, and battery life that consumers demand,” said David Wong, senior director of consumer sensing products for Semtech’s Advanced Protection and Sensing Products Group. “For ten years and counting, OEMs have been adopting our PerSe technology into their products so that they can be sure their devices deliver the best performance while also maintaining SAR compliance.”
The Global 5G Market Continues to Expand
By 2030, the global 5G market is expected to grow at a 47.6% compound annual growth rate (CAGR) with a market valuation of USD 198.44 Billion.1 To bring these 5G-enabled products to market, OEMs must add more RF antennas into the design to address the frequency increase. The additional antennas can make it challenging for OEMs to address global SAR compliance and accurately manage the device’s RF power. Semtech’s SX9376 has a maximum of 8 sensor inputs to support multiple antennas and simplify the sensor design without compromising performance and regulation. Semtech’s new chipset is also compatible with various antenna designs, making it easy to integrate into the latest 5G mobile devices.
Key benefits of the SX9376 in smartphones:
Semtech PerSe Connect 9376 enables optimization of system RF performance to enhance connectivity and support global SAR compliance
A maximum of eight sensor inputs to support multiple antennas
Best-in-class sensing performance with high-resolution analog front end (AFE) down to 0.74aF
Extreme versatility to support antenna designs with up to 600 pF capacitance
Superior robustness with advanced temperature correction to minimize false triggers caused by noise and temperature
Single-chip, fully integrated solution to support all SAR sensing needs.
Semtech Corporation (Nasdaq: SMTC) is a high-performance semiconductor, IoT systems, and Cloud connectivity service provider dedicated to delivering high-quality technology solutions that enable a smarter, more connected, and sustainable planet. Our global teams are committed to empowering solution architects and application developers to develop breakthrough products for the infrastructure, industrial and consumer markets.
ENTERPRISE MOBILITY,MOBILE OS
prnewswire | March 23, 2023
Gcore — a European provider of high-performance, low-latency, international cloud, and edge solutions — announces the launch of its Zero-Trust 5G eSIM Cloud platform, which provides organizations worldwide with a secure, reliable, high-speed networking solution. A technological foundation for next-generation AI applications, Gcore's Zero-Trust 5G eSIM Cloud platform will fuel the creation of new business models.
Leveraging Gcore's software-defined embedded SIM (eSIM), businesses can seamlessly and securely connect to corporate resources, remote devices, or Gcore's cloud platform via local 5G carriers. With secure private access to IaaS and PaaS Edge Cloud services, Gcore's 5G eSIM offers a compelling solution to the coverage, reliability and handoff challenges associated with wireless and wireline LANs. Using the solution, business teams can access AI infrastructure from their mobile devices.
The solution drives significant cost savings by eliminating the need for unpredictable roaming fees or expensive, complex local area network (LAN) builds.
Andre Reitenbach, CEO of Gcore, comments: "The launch of Cloud Computing powered by 5G eSIM technology marks a major milestone for Gcore. Using our solution, enterprises can now embrace the next-generation of AI-powered applications including smart factories, Connected Internet of Things, and machine-learning diagnostics among others."
Seva Vayner, Director of Edge Cloud stream, comments: "Gcore's 5G eSIM Cloud technology liberates IT teams from the burden of building and maintaining unreliable LANs, along with the security challenges that come with mobile network access. Our innovative approach provides encrypted access to 5G networks that are protected by telco-grade security, while also enabling granular security protocols that empower IT with complete control of each individual device."
Available in more than 150 countries worldwide, Gcore's 5G eSIM Cloud solution provides a powerful foundation for remote working and mobility applications, while delivering the fastest, best-performing mobile access to the Gcore Cloud and its associated AI, IaaS, and PaaS capabilities.
Gcore is an international leader in public cloud and edge computing, content delivery,and security solutions. Gcore manages its own global IT infrastructure across 6 continents. Its network consists of 140+ PoP around the world in reliable Tier IV and Tier III datacentres. Gcore provides infrastructure to global companies, including TEDx, Bandai Namco, Wargaming, and Avast. Andre Reitenbach has been the CEO at Gcore since 2014.
Tuxera | September 13, 2021
Tuxera,the world-leading storage software and networking technology company, has signed an agreement to acquire HCC Embedded, the Hungarian developer of embedded file systems, flash management, and network data transfer software. HCC Embedded will officially operate as Tuxera Hungary Kft. Tuxera now offers the most comprehensive range of software and services for managing data as it is stored, used, and moved in and between embedded systems. The acquisition deepens Tuxera's commitment to deliver reliable data management solutions in a world increasingly fueled and vitalized by data.
Rising global data use demands secure management solutions
The International Data Corporation (IDC) predicts that the global data demand will grow to an estimated 175 zettabytes (ZB) by 2025.1 Keeping up with the storage needs driven by this global data demand will require over 22 ZB of storage capacity across all media types. Much of this data will be generated by embedded devices and transported through complex and demanding network protocols. As the world becomes more dependent on data for real-time decision-making, the requirements for safe and secure data management grow more stringent.
Meeting the need for safety-critical data management
Since its founding in 2002, HCC Embedded has emphasized quality and information security, achieving both ISO 9001:2015 Quality Management and ISO 27001 Information Security Management standards. This complements Tuxera's focus on serving its customers with demanding safety- and mission-critical data requirements, particularly in the automotive industry. Safety design standards and increasingly rigorous regulations continue to put more demand on embedded systems designs - not only in the automotive sector, but in the avionics, aerospace, medical, rail and shipping transport, and industrial automation industries as well.
New networking expertise and deeper flash storage knowledge
The acquisition also brings deep hardware enablement knowledge and expertise to Tuxera, allowing the company's storage management software to interact more closely and optimally with an even wider range of hardware environments. Additionally, HCC Embedded brings an extensive range of MISRA-compliant networking products to Tuxera's portfolio, covering domains such as network management, security, and TCP/IP applications. These new products will enrich Tuxera's expertise beyond fail-safe storage and management of data-at-rest and data-at-use, to encompass the reliable and secure transport of data in, out, and through limitless data-driven, connected devices.
Leading the way in data management solutions
Tuxera develops fail-safe, high-performance software for managing data, with roots stretching back to 1983. The company's solutions have shipped in billions of consumer devices and vehicles to date. Tuxera develops proprietary implementations of industry-standard file systems such as FAT, exFAT, and NTFS, as well as its own range of proprietary embedded file systems, flash management software, and network storage solutions. In 2021, Tuxera's storage-industry leadership was recognized by CRN on its annual Storage 100 list of the most innovative providers of storage technology used in enterprise deployments.
"Joining forces with HCC Embedded is a great next step for us in strengthening our expertise in embedded data storage solutions and expanding our offering even more towards deeply embedded systems using real-time operating systems and micro-controllers. With the networking and middleware components of HCC Embedded, we're able to provide a more comprehensive portfolio of solutions spanning the entire lifecycle of data management. Expanding our team will also allow us to more effectively provide engineering services in Central Europe," says Tuukka Ahoniemi, CEO of Tuxera.
"For the past 20 years at HCC Embedded, we have worked to provide ever-higher quality embedded software components and related services to customers that value quality and reliability. By joining Tuxera, a company of similar aims and values for its customers, partners, and employees, I'm now more confident than ever that we can accelerate our mission to provide quality embedded software to fulfill tomorrow's needs for secure and safe products," says Dave Hughes, CEO, HCC Embedded.
The combined engineering teams of the two companies now encompasses some of the top experts in file systems, flash memory, embedded storage, and networking technology around the globe. Their experience and understanding of data storage and transfer technology covers any operating system or real-time operating system, any flash memory type, any hardware environment, any storage interface, and a wide range of network protocols.
About HCC Embedded
HCC Embedded develops deeply embedded software components "out of context," which ensures that they can be used as core elements of any system, including those engineered to meet stringent requirements for safety, quality, and portability. Built on a foundation of the highest quality, HCC's product portfolio comprises more than 250 embedded components developed with the help of the company's deep competencies in reliable flash management, fail-safe file systems, and IPv4/6 networking stacks with associated security protocols. HCC also offers a comprehensive suite of USB host and function software. Since 2002, HCC has supplied these embedded software components to more than 2,000 companies globally in a wide range of industries including industrial, medical, and automotive.
Tuxera is the leading provider of quality-assured embedded storage management software and networking technologies. Helping people and businesses store and do more with their data, our software is at the core of phones, tablets, cars, TV sets, cameras, drones, external storage, routers, spacecraft, IoT devices, and more. We help you store your data reliably, while making data transfers fast, and content easily accessible. Tuxera is also an active member of multiple industry organizations, including JEDEC, SNIA, AGL, SD Association, The Linux Foundation, and many others. Founded in 2008, Tuxera's headquarters are located in Finland, with regional offices in China, Germany, Hungary, South Korea, Japan, Taiwan, and the US.