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GainSpan Unveils Wi-Fi(R) Sensor Network Solution With Years of Battery Life
Date:10/3/2007

fficiencies.

"While wireless sensor networks have seen steady growth over the past few years, their market potential has, in fact, been hindered by power consumption issues and lack of mature standards based solutions," said Harry Forbes, senior analyst at ARC Advisory Group. "GainSpan has addressed this issue with a Wi-Fi based solution enabling Wi-Fi sensor devices with years of battery life. This solution allows users to leverage the global Wi-Fi standard, existing network tools and knowledge investments. Deploying these in wireless sensor devices would provide the cost, energy savings and convenience needed to transform this market. In fact, with low-power Wi-Fi, GainSpan has the potential to 'change the game'."

GainSpan semiconductor and software solutions are designed to flexibly support a broad range of applications and enable customers to easily tailor systems to their specific needs at a low total cost of ownership and high return on investment. GainSpan solutions can be incorporated into products that may be used in:

-- Industrial motor monitoring, to save energy and improve efficiencies

-- Buildings, to save energy, improve indoor air quality and safety

-- Food and drug manufacturers, to monitor temperature of goods through

their supply chain

-- Auto-manufacturing plants, to track vehicles during production

-- Oil refineries, to locate staff during emergencies

-- Utilities, to automatically read meters and monitor infrastructure

equipment

-- Public metro areas, to monitor street and traffic lights, and support

emergency response services

-- Bridges, to automatically verify the safety of these structures after

an earthquake, allowing city infrastructures to quickly return to

normal operation

-- Mining, to accurately track real-time movements of miners

-- Data centers, to monitor and control temperatures and energy usage

-- Hospitals, t
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