Low power, cellular IoT devices on the AT&T network
Qoitech has announced that it will help IoT companies to launch low power Internet of Things devices on the AT&T network. Product longevity is part of creating a successful IoT design, and it is essential for utilising the benefits of IoT.
The potential of ultra-low energy LTE-M in the Massive IoT
It has been announced by Qoitech and Ercogener, that its EG-IoT range of IoT devices has been tested by Orange over the LTE-M (Cat M1) cellular network technology, with Qoitech’s Otii solution validating its energy saving potential.
Extending battery life of devices for better user experience
Qoitech has announced that its Otii solution has been part of a cooperation with Ericsson, Sony Mobile and Altair to deliver over five times longer battery lifetime in a second-gen connected wearable prototype for e-health such as diabetes monitoring. The concept is a result of a collaboration of mobile tech providers in exploring the massive IoT ecosystem, looking into simplifying the ecosystem communication and extending the battery life of the...
Software simplifies IoT power management challenge
As part of a worldwide distribution agreement, Qoitech says Digi-Key Electronics will be offering Qoitech’s Premium software for use with its energy optimisation tool Otii. The Otii solution provides developers with the means to simplify power measurement of applications and devices, especially those targeting the IoT space and aiming for optimised, long battery life.