Add Wi-Fi to anything with TI's Internet on a chip

DALLAS, TX -- Texas Instruments introduces its new SimpleLink™ Wi-Fi® CC3100 and CC3200 platforms for Internet of Things (IoT) applications. The SimpleLink Wi-Fi family is the first in a series of new easy, low power SimpleLink wireless connectivity solutions for the IoT. This new Internet-on-a-chip™ family allows customers to easily add embedded Wi-Fi and Internet to a wide-range of home, industrial and consumer electronics through features including:

•The industry's lowest power consumption for battery operated devices with a low power radio and advanced low power modes.
•Flexibility to use any microcontroller (MCU) with the CC3100 solution or leverage the CC3200's integrated programmable ARM® Cortex®-M4 MCU, allowing customers to add their own code.
•Easy development for the IoT with quick connection, cloud support and on-chip Wi-Fi, Internet and robust security protocols, requiring no prior Wi-Fi experience to get a product connected.
•The ability to simply and securely connect their devices to Wi-Fi using a phone or tablet app or a web browser with multiple provisioning options including SmartConfig™ Technology, WPS and AP mode.


With a QFN package and fully integrated RF and analog, the CC3100 and CC3200 allow developers to create a low cost, compact and easy to use system by placing the device directly on a PCB. The SimpleLink Wi-Fi family comes with cloud connectivity support through TI's IoT cloud ecosystem members. TI also provides various kits and software tools, a certified TI module (coming soon), reference designs, sample applications, development documentation, and TI E2E™ community support.

Building on its MCU ecosystem of low-cost LaunchPad evaluation kits and BoosterPack plug-in modules, TI provides developers an easy way to design and evaluate Wi-Fi and Internet applications:
•Get started using TI's SimpleLink Wi-Fi CC3200 solution with the first wireless connectivity LaunchPad evaluation kit.
•The SimpleLink Wi-Fi CC3100 BoosterPack plus the Advanced Emulation BoosterPack allows customers to connect to any MCU, including the ultra-low power MSP430™ LaunchPad.
•If customers have not selected an MCU or want to get started quickly, they can begin software development with a PC and the CC3100 BoosterPack plus the Advanced Emulation BoosterPack using SimpleLink Studio.

To view multimedia, go to http://www.multivu.com/players/English/70647514-add-wi-fi-to-anything-with-ti-s-internet-on-a-chip-new-simplelink  

Pricing and availability:

•SimpleLink Wi-Fi CC3100 and CC3200 solutions are available now through TI eStore and TI authorized distributors: •CC3200 LaunchPad is available for $29.99
•CC3100 BoosterPack + CC31XXEMUBOOST + MSP-EXP430F5529LP bundle is available for $49.99
•CC3100BOOST + CC31XXEMUBOOST bundle is available for $36.99
•CC3100 and CC3200 production units will be available in July and will be part of TI's sample program. •CC3100 –$6.70 per 1,000 units
•CC3200 –Starting at $7.99 per 1,000 units

•CC3100 and CC3200 modules will be available in 3Q

For more details, visit http://www.ti.com/simplelink
 

Suggested Articles

OmniVision Technologies has announced the OC0SA—the latest member of its family of CameraCubeChip wafer-level camera modules for medical applications.

Scientists are developing a technology to print electrodes for miniature Li-ion batteries by an inkjet printer.

New application-specific Renesas chip supports the ASi-5 standard