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ANT+ and Texas Instruments connect proven ultra low power sensors to smartphones
Date:2/15/2010

TI’s WiLink™ family is the first to deliver ANT+ communication on a connectivity combo solution to accelerate time-to-market for handset manufacturers to deliver interoperable sport, fitness and health personal monitoring products

Barcelona, Mobile World Congress (PRWEB) February 15, 2010 -- ANT Wireless, a division of Dynastream Innovations Inc. (ANT) and Texas Instruments Incorporated (TI) (NYSE:TXN) today announced the connection of ANT+ sensors to mainstream mobile phones with the WiLink™ series of multi-protocol chips. Demonstrating on the WiLink 6.0 WLAN/Bluetooth®/FM single chip solution, this strategic combination of superior ANT+ functionality and highly integrated silicon results in the industry’s first seamless capture and transmission of physical data from the body to the internet. Leveraging TI’s connectivity leadership in the smartphone market, Dynastream is expanding its reach of the ANT+ sensors into the handset market. Existing devices based on WiLink solutions can enable ANT with a simple software upgrade, to connect to the many available ANT+ sensors today. In addition to providing support on the WiLink 6.0 solution, ANT+ support is extensible to the newly announced WiLink 7.0 offering, which is the industry’s first WLAN/GPS/Bluetooth®/FM single chip solution.

ANT provides a simple, low cost and low power solution for short range wireless communication in both point-to-point and more complex network topologies with multiple masters. Adhering to the ANT+ profile further ensures the interoperability and accuracy that standardizes ANT+ products.    

“Working with ANT and the established ANT+ ecosystem allows us to expand today’s smart phone applications with an improved, more connected user experience,” stated Eran Sandhaus, director of marketing, TI’s wireless connectivity sol
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