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Ineda Starts Mass Production of Low Power System-on-Chip for Wearable and IoT Applications
SANTA CLARA, Calif.—Ineda Systems’ low power I3 Series system-on-chip (SoC) has achieved mass production status, according to an announcement by Ineda in early January. The low-cost I3 Series (earlier called Dhanush-Micro) SoC, is reported to achieve 29uA/MHz power consumption in active mode, offering what the company says is “a clear advantage over competitors’ devices.” Target applications for I3 Series include fitness bands and smart sensors, as well as thermostat and medical applications, where low power is a key requirement.
With its patented hierarchical computing architecture and ultra low power, always-on sensing functionality, the I3 series SoC achieves more than 30 days of battery-life on a 300mAH battery, according to Ineda.
“As we are seeing a tremendous growth in IoT and wearable applications, it is becoming increasingly critical to offer solutions with context awareness, always-on sensing, low power, and enhanced security at a very competitive cost,” said Ritesh Tyagi, senior vice president, products strategy at Ineda Systems Inc., in a press release. “Ineda has also developed a complete software development kit (SDK) both for wearable and IoT applications, which reduces customer design cycles from months to a few weeks.”
Key features of the I3 Series SoC are reported to include two high-performance MIPS cores, operating at maximum of 240MHz and 80MHz, respectively, and delivering up to 500 DMIPS, as well as FPU and DSP support; and 1.1MB of embedded SRAM to reduce system cost.
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