Together with member companies Dialog Semiconductor and DSP Group, the DECT Forum and the ULE Alliance will present the newest products for IoT and Smart Home application at the Broadband World Forum at ExCel in London (18-20 October 2016).
The two organisations and their member companies will showcase an industry update of the latest technology developments and products in HD Voice and ULE (Ultra Low Energy).
The event provides an opportunity to meet key representatives of leading chipset providers and product manufacturers and get latest first-hand information about core DECT based technologies for broadband audio, video and IoT applications.
ULE technology is one of the standards for home wireless networks and infrastructure. It supports integrated two-way voice and video, and enables whole home solutions with a simple low-cost layout. The ULE Alliance assists its members in developing IoT solutions that build on ULE’s technological superiority and market benefits (www.ulealliance.org).
Almost 70 devices based on CAT-iq 2.0 standard have successfully passed the certification and are now part of the product portfolios of several major carriers. HD Voice is a key feature of CAT-iq and is gaining traction not only from DSL providers, but also from cable carriers, with deployment in the market worldwide. (www.dect.org/cat-iq-certification.aspx).
The newest certified devices for Smart Home applications and HD Voice will be shown live at stand C70.