Australia could hardly claim to be known for its prowess in the semiconductor sector, yet a Sydney company claims leadership in one niche: development of the smallest, fastest and lowest power Wi-FI HaLow chip with the longest range.
Australian semiconductor start-up Morse Micro says it is sampling its Wi-Fi HaLow chips to product developers to evaluate and test the solution. By making the HaLow chips available, Morse Micro also adds it expects to see Wi-Fi reach billions of devices.
Australian semiconductor IoT start-up Morse Micro has secured $18 milion in additional funding as it moves to expand its product and technology development teams, both in Sydney and internationally.
Australian semiconductor IoT start-up Morse Micro has secured $23.8 million in Series A funding to take its ultra low power Wi-Fi HaLow chip to mass production.
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