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Morse Micro and Chicony to Roll out World’s First Wi-fi IoT Security Cameras

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On January 23, 2023, Morse Micro, a fast-growing fabless semiconductor company focused on IoT connectivity, and Chicony Electronics, a leading electronics manufacturer, announced a strategic partnership to bring Wi-Fi CERTIFIED HaLowTM IP cameras to market. The partnership will greatly improve camera equipment's range and reliability by using cutting-edge wireless technology. This is a huge step forward in IoT security.

These best-in-class wireless cameras will use Wi-Fi HaLow to reach 10x farther than 2.4GHz and 5GHz Wi-Fi 6 cameras. Based on the new IEEE 802.11ah standard, Wi-Fi HaLow works at frequencies below 1GHz to penetrate walls and other obstacles. With this new technology's ultra-low power consumption feature, these battery-powered IP cameras will function for years. Wi-Fi HaLow cameras will also include cutting-edge WPA3 security for peace of mind from every angle. Chicony's Wi-Fi HaLow cameras are the first in the world to use FCC-certified reference designs anchored by MM6108 microchip from Morse Micro. They can monitor indoor and outdoor locations without Wi-Fi extenders or wiring.

Michael De Nil, co-founder and chief executive officer at Morse Micro, said, "We're thrilled to partner with the Chicony team to bring the first Wi-Fi CERTIFIED HaLow IoT security cameras to market. With its broad product offerings and global reach, Chicony is the perfect partner for this milestone agreement and will support Morse Micro in achieving scale for our Wi-Fi HaLow technology." He added, "Our collaboration with Chicony builds on the excitement and momentum of Wi-Fi HaLow across the globe as we expand our portfolio and accelerate the use of our technology across a range of applications."

(Source- Business wire)

About Morse Micro

A fast-growing fabless semiconductor firm, Morse Micro was founded in 2016 and operates in the UK, USA, China, Japan, Taiwan, and India. It's headquartered in Sydney, Australia. The business is transforming our digital future and improving global connectivity by changing the status quo of Wi-Fi protocols. The world's largest and best-funded Wi-Fi HaLow startup has raised over AU $200M. It develops Wi-Fi HaLow solutions and enables next-generation Internet of Things (IoT) connectivity. It is offering samples of its Wi-Fi Alliance and FCC-certified MM6108 production silicon which is the fastest, lowest power, smallest and longest range Wi-Fi HaLow chip on the market.

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