Trio Tackles Wi-Fi IoT Challenges

(Murata Manufacturing Co., Ltd. is collaborating with Cypress Semiconductor Corp. and NXP Semiconductors N.V.)

Murata Manufacturing Co., Ltd. is collaborating with Cypress Semiconductor Corp. and NXP Semiconductors N.V. to provide IoT developers with mix-and-match wireless connectivity and processing solutions that shorten the time-to-market cycle. The emerging products pair Murata's industry-leading wireless modules, based on Cypress' Wi-Fi and Bluetooth combos, with a range of processors from the NXP i.MX series.

 

The platform solutions provide a range of scalable processing platforms including i.MX 6, i.MX 7 and i.MX 8 Series application processors and i.MX RT crossover processors. The Murata solutions provide devices with the M.2 connector.

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The Wi-Fi/Bluetooth connectivity solutions include 1x1 802.11bgn, 802.11abgn and 802.11ac up to 2x2 802.11ac, as well as Bluetooth 5.0 support. Murata worked closely with Cypress and NXP to ensure that each hardware platform and corresponding software is validated for a streamlined experience to shorten the design cycle.

 

Also, users have direct access to the necessary software in NXP's Linux board support package and MCUXpresso SDK. The Wi-Fi evaluation kits will be available through NXP preferred partner Embedded Artists to support a wide range of applications. For more details, visit Murata Manufacturing Co., Ltd.

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