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AzureWave 11n/BT combo solution
Photo: Company [Jan 4, 2010]

AzureWave Technologies has announced a 11n, Bluetooth 3.0 and high speed (HS) wireless module IC to enhance the wireless experience for mobile devices which require high bandwidth and better power efficiency.

AzureWave will demonstrate the 11n/BT combo module IC embedded devices at CES 2010.

This wireless module IC has a small footprint, edging wireless performance, flexible power management and multiple OS support for multitasking smartphones and mobile devices. The Wi-Fi and Bluetooth coexistence guarantees seamless and smooth data transfer, the company claimed.

Combining the latest Bluetooth 3.0 technology and HS, the wireless module IC can support a wide variety of mobile devices to quickly and easily transfer rich media content, and implement high speed synchronization with other BT 3.0 and HS enabled devices.

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