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InnoPhase and ST to combine wireless and microcontrollers for IoT devices

14 October 2020
The Talaria Two models for the internet of things have been wualified to work with ST's micrcontrollers. Source: InnoPhase

InnoPhase has joined the ST Microelectronics Partner Program that will allow its Talaria Two Wi-Fi and Bluetooth low energy (BLE) connectivity with ST’s low-power microcontrollers targeting internet of things (IoT) devices.

InnoPhase said it has two key components for supporting development and integration with ST’s STM32 MCUs: The I-NUCLEO-T2-EVB evaluation board that is Arduino Uno compatible; and the I-CUBE-T2-STW software drivers that integrate directly into new or existing STM32L4 code for serial communication. The I-NUCLEO-T2-EVB evaluation board plugs directly into ST’s NUCLEO-L433RD and NUCLEO-L4A6 boards, creating a complete hardware development platform.

The Talaria Two platform supports single-band 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi and BLE 5.0 wireless standards. The platform enables a new class of battery-powered, direct-to-cloud devices for IoT markets such as home automation, wireless sensors, asset trackers, smart buildings and industrial equipment maintenance.

The modules are integrated devices using the Talaria Two system-on-chip that includes all required certifications and enables integration of wireless connectivity into any product.

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