Internet of Things: Lime Microsystems

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on 19 March 2015

What happens when you combine Snappy Ubuntu Core with innovative and highly programmable radio solutions from Lime Microsystems? You provide developers with a foundation on which to create and implement exciting and novel applications for the wireless infrastructure of the future.

Lime Micro has set about providing access to highly programmable radio devices to a large community of developers, to spark invention around connected devices. The company’s Field Programmable RF (FPRF) transceivers are currently deployed in a wide variety of wireless applications, including consumer, M2M, military, emergency services and wireless infrastructure.

Jimmy Chin, Head of Special Projects, Lime Microsystems said: “Ubuntu provides a reliable, low cost and secure infrastructure – key for the future growth of IoT and wireless communications overall. Lime technologies can cater for any frequency and standard while lowering the cost of radio access networks. This combination will spur true innovation amongst developers.”

We can’t wait to see the results.

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