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Bluegiga lanza un nuevo módulo de sistema inalámbrico APx4

ELECTRONICA, MUNICH, November 13, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --

Bluegiga ha presentado hoy su nuevo módulo de sistema inalámbrico - Bluegiga APx4. APx4 es un módulo de sistema inalámbrico de baja energía que a su vez integra Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.0, ARM y Linux, ofreciendo una plataforma de desarrollo ideal para los puertos inalámbricos.

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http://www.multivu.com/mnr/58640-bluegiga-new-APx4-wireless-system-on-module 

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Bluegiga APx4 es un módulo de sistema con factor de forma pequeño y baja energía que incluye los últimos estándares en conectividad inalámbrica: 802.11 b/g/n y Bluetooth 4.0. APx4 se basa en la gama de procesador de Freescale i.MX28, y funciona dentro de un sistema operativo integrado Linux basado en el Yocto Project[TM]. Además de estar integrado en el procesador 454MHz ARM9, la tecnología de conectividad inalámbrica y el sistema Linux, APx4 incluye además varias aplicaciones integradas, como agrupaciones 802.11 y Bluetooth 4.0, Continua v.1.5 compatible con el gestor IEEE y mucho más. Esta combinación proporciona una plataforma ideal para el diseño de puertos inalámbricos de múltiples radios que permite un tiempo rápido en el mercado y riesgos de I+D mínimos.

"La integración de las tecnologías Wi-Fi, Bluetooth y Bluetooth Smart Ready dentro de una sola plataforma está lejos de ser un reto trivial - sobre todo cuando estas tecnologías necesitan coexistir de forma integral. Esto es exactamente lo que APx4 consigue, además de proporcionar una plataforma ARM9 basada en Linux que permite a nuestros clientes añadir con rapidez y sencillez sus propias aplicaciones dentro de ella", comentó Mikko Savolainen, vicepresidente de gestión de productos de Bluegiga.

El software Bluegiga APx4 se puede ampliar o dirigir con facilidad para personalizar el sistema operativo Linux con las aplicaciones. Las placas base para APx4 se pueden ampliar con facilidad a fin de incluir casi todo, desde módems 3G a Ethernet e interfaces de audio y pantallas táctiles. Bluegiga APx4 es un producto ideal para aplicaciones que necesitan de tecnologías con conectividad inalámbrica o con cable y una potencia de procesamiento para el procesador ARM9, como los puertos de salud y bienestar, puertos de automatización de hogar y construcción, M2M, puntos de ventas y conectividad industrial.

"Hemos sido testigos de una demanda de soluciones de conectividad inalámbrica cada vez mayor. El módulo de sistema inalámbrico APx4 se ha diseñado directamente para hacer frente a estas necesidades de conectividad, y proporciona una plataforma para el desarrollo rápido de los puertos inalámbricos novedosos innovadores, comentó Tom Nordman, vicepresidente de ventas y marketing de Bluegiga, y añadió: "Bluegiga está muy ilusionada de ser capaz de mejorar su larga experiencia dentro de la conectividad inalámbrica, ampliando nuestra cartera de productos para incluir este tipo de soluciones nuevas".

Información adicional disponible en: http://www.bluegiga.com/apx4

Kit de desarrollo APx4:

El kit de desarrollo APx4 contiene una plataforma de desarrollo del hardware completa para APx4 y software SDK, que permite a las aplicaciones recopilarse para el sistema operativo APx4 Linux.

Bluegiga ofrece soluciones de conectividad inalámbrica de corto alcance que incluyen módulos Bluetooth, módulos Wi-Fi y dispositivos de acceso a redes Bluetooth para fabricantes de equipamiento original e integradores de sistemas. Fundada en 2000 y con una oficina principal en Espoo, Finlandia, Bluegiga vende a todos los clientes en áreas de aplicaciones  médica, de deporte y bienestar, automoción, audio e industrial. Con oficinas de ventas en Estados Unidos y Hong Kong y por medio de una amplia red de distribución, Bluegiga da servicio a clientes en más de 70 países de todo el mundo. Si desea información adicional visite la página web http://www.bluegiga.com

Si desea más información contacte con[email protected]

Tom Nordman
Vicepresidente de ventas y marketing
Teléfono: +358-9-435-5060 (Finlandia)


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