Symmetry Electronics Suppliers Embrace CES 2016
CES is always a massive show and 2016 was no letdown. The CTA has claimed it was the "best show yet" and on social media, the show was mentioned over 1.25 million times during the week of the event.
In the mix at CES 2016 were 6 Symmetry Electronics suppliers including Lattice Semiconductor, Nordic Semiconductor, Realtek Semiconductor, Silicon Labs, GainSpan and DecaWave.
Lattice Semiconductor is the global leader in smart connectivity solutions, providing market leading intellectual property and low-power, small form-factor devices that enable more than 8,000 global customers to quickly deliver innovative and differentiated cost and power efficient products. Demonstrations from Lattice Semiconductor at CES 2016 included HDMI, MHL and WirelessHD technologies.
Nordic Semiconductor, specialist in ANT+ and Bluetooth Smart wireless communication for IoT, wearables, smart home, lifestyle, beacons, sports & health, toys, etc., provides ready-built design frameworks, world class documentation and support to accelerate development for both hobbyists and professional engineers. Demonstrations from Nordic Semiconductor at CES included ANT, BLE, BLE Smart technologies and the nRF51 and nRF52 series of products.
Realtek designs and develops a wide range of IC products for communications network, computer peripheral, and multimedia applications and was also exhibiting.
With several new products launching, Silicon Labs, a leader in energy-friendly solutions for a smarter, more connected world and demonstrated several innovations at CES. For nearly 20 years, Silicon Labs has created the silicon, software and tools that enable the world’s leading engineers to develop products that transform industries and improve our lives.
Hirschmann Solutions, under parent company Voxx International, was at the show with several automotive products on display. Hirschmann is a leading provider of GSM, GPS, GLONASS, Wi-Fi and Iridium antennas and satelite antennas.
GainSpan is a leader in wireless connectivity solutions for the Internet of Things. GainSpan solutions let customers easily create connected products for smart homes, health and fitness, audio and video applications, control and monitoring in commercial and industrial applications, and smart cities. Demonstrations from GainSpan at CES included their full line of GS2000 chips and modules suitable for a wide variety of wireless applications.
DecaWave exhibited at CES 2016 and was surely a crowd-pleaser with the DW1000. DecaWave's DW1000 is the world's first single chip UWB transceiver, enabling you to develop cost effective RTLS solutions with precise indoor and outdoor positioning to within 10 cm. Based on IEEE802.15.4-2011, the DW1000 is also aiming at Internet of Things applications thanks to up to 6.8 Mbps communication capability.
If you weren't one of the countless faces in the sea of people at CES 2016, you didn't miss out on your chance to purchase the latest and greatest product from our suppliers listed above, or any other supplier on our linecard with the wireless, audio/video or embedded components your design requires. We also carry all development and evaluations tools available from each supplier.