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December 2, 2015

Nordic Semiconductor ARM Cortex-M0 Bluetooth Low Energy

at 3:02 pm. Filed under Cool Gadgets


Love the Nordic Semiconductor tradeshow display, a big bucket of chips. Nordic is making a powerful ARM Cortex-M0 chip that can be integrated into many items. They have a cool example of doing IPv6 over BTLE. At a cost of a dollar or two I think we will see these in everything. They already sell about 500,000 of these chips per day!
“Nordic Semiconductor is playing a key role in the future of wireless with it’s solid portfolio of 2.4GHZ. Bluetooth Low Energy SOC, Beacon, and MBED products. Including it’s award-winning nRF51822 Family of products.”



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2 Responses to “Nordic Semiconductor ARM Cortex-M0 Bluetooth Low Energy”

  1. Ty Tower Says:

    The esp8266 is but $5 now and very well developed already. It can only get cheaper from here . If these chips come out at $3 say why would the electronics developers choose them . The activity in these fields is more on the chinese developers side as the yanks are not moving very fast at all . TI ‘s latest chip release is an example

  2. Tony Says:

    Jeez Ty.
    We know you don’t RTFA (or WTFV in this case) but here you didn’t even bother to read the summary.

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