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

utions business unit. “We are excited about extending our WiLink platform and low-power RF solutions to support ANT. Device manufacturers designing with our WiLink 6.0 solution can leverage the protocol today to enable mobile handsets to connect with existing and future ANT+ mobile sport, fitness and health applications.”

Major brands have adopted the ANT+ interoperable standard and currently distribute some 250 commercially-available ANT+ products and many millions of nodes to the market. All products are based on a combination of the already released ANT+ device profiles and supported by the extensive infrastructure of the ANT+ Alliance.

“We are thrilled to launch this mobile solution with TI, optimizing both their strong industry footprint and the value of ANT+,” declared Brian Macdonald, Director, ANT Wireless. “This is a pivotal advancement that allows cell phone providers to immediately partner with best-in-class brands and deliver innovative products right away.”

In addition to technologies on display this week, TI, together with Dynastream, is also developing ANT ICs for the sensor market. The CC257x series of ANT ICs is expected to sample to selected customers later this year, further extending TI’s commitment to enable ultra low power connectivity.

ANT+ and TI will be demonstrating wireless heart rate, foot pod, weight scale and blood pressure sensors running on the TI WiLink 7.0 solution and the Zoom™ OMAP34x-II mobile development platform at the Mobile World Congress, February 17 and 18 – Hall 8, Booth #8A84.

Availability
Handsets leveraging the WiLink family of solutions supporting ANT-enabled technologies are expected to be available third quarter 2010.

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