IoT and Wearables
The Internet of Things and Wearables markets require the smallest and lowest power devices. QSI has some of the smallest and lowest power components on the market. Quantum has components such as EM micro, that is the semi-conductor division of Swatch Group, that has some of the lowest power components and displays in the industry as well as Ambiq Micro that is the lowest power ARM Cortex M4F that is 5X more less power than anything else on the market at 7.2uA/MHz. SiTime has the smallest, lowest power and most robust oscillators specifically targeting wearables.
Ambiq Micro is developing the world’s most energy efficient integrated circuits based on its Subthreshold Power Optimized Technology (SPOT™) Platform. The flagship product is the ultra-low power ARM Cortex™-based microcontrollers. Key markets include smart cards, wearables, wireless sensors, smart watches, medical devices, and a wide variety of other wireless devices.
EM Microelectronic is a semiconductor manufacturer specialized in the design and production of ultra-low power, low voltage integrated circuits for battery-operated and field-powered applications in IoT, consumer, automotive and industrial areas. The product portfolio encompasses RFID circuits, smart cards ICs, ultra-low power microcontrollers, power management, LCD drivers and displays, sensor and opto-electronic ICs, mixed-mode arrays and standard analog ICs.
Innophase is an innovative semiconductor company that has developed a totally new approach to processing RF signals. The result — radios that use a fraction of the energy when compared to the lowest power industry competitors. We have combined this new ultra low power RF technology with a host of features to improve product flexibility and ease of use.
PKCELL’s products include Ni-Mh/Ni-Cd rechargeable batteries, alkaline batteries, super heavy duty batteries, alkaline and lithium button cells, Li-SOCI2, Li-MnO2 batteries, cordless phone batteries, chargers and power banks which involve in many fields such as Telecommunication, consumer electronics like toys, water meters and emergency devices etc.
PNI’s sensors and algorithms serve as the cornerstone of successful IoT projects and other mission-critical applications where pinpoint location, accuracy, and low power consumption are essential. PNI Sensor Corporation offers the industry’s highest-performance geomagnetic sensor. PNI’s technology is used in consumer electronics and wearables, smart parking, IoT, robotics, automotive, military, and other applications.
Renata SA Headquartered in Switzerland, a subsidiary of Swatch Group was founded in 1952 as a manufacturer of components for mechanical watches. Within only a few years, the company became a leading manufacturer and supplier of coin cells for watches and many electronic product areas (medical technology, RFID, radio control, metering, and many more…. ).
SEP offers a wide range of printed circuit boards with the unique ability to offer mass production, prototype and small batch quantities. PCB’s types include: Double sided, Multilayer, Metal and Flexible, Rigid-flexible.
SiTime offers innovative solutions that address the world’s most difficult timing problems. Leading the timing revolution with innovative MEMS technology and analog expertise, SiTime offers products that include the world’s smallest 32kHz solution for IoT/Wearable customers and dynamically stable IEEE1588 100 ppb TCXOs tailored for Networking and Telecom customers. By offering a complete portfolio of oscillators that include standard footprint options for: XO’s, TCXO’s, VCXO’s, and AEC-Q100 XO’s, SiTime enables engineers and designers to simplify their designs and deliver elegant solutions.
SMK is headquartered in Japan. Producing leading edge electromechanical components, with manufacturing in Japan, China, Philippines, Malaysia, Hungary and Mexico. Products include Jacks \ Plugs, Power Supplies, Terminals, RF Units, Connectors, Switches, Wireless Input Devices, Remote Control Units, Control Panels, Keyboards, Touch Panels.