Quintic is Powering the Next Generation Wearable Devices Fueling the Quantified-Self Movement

The 9020 Wearable Platform Delivers 8mA Peak Power Consumption and -95dBm Rx Sensitivity

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“Wearable devices for quantified-self is a burgeoning market; OEMs are racing to develop wearable fitness technology products with greater functionality,” said Quintic CEO Dr. Jin. “Quintic’s 9020 is the best performing platform on the market.”

Sunnyvale, CA (PRWEB) December 11, 2013

Quintic, the leading developer of integrated nano-power wearable platforms, today introduced its 9020; the first product from its wearable platform roadmap. The 9020 as well as proceeding products are designed specifically for the wearable technology market. Quintic’s wearable platform roadmap provides the best power consumption along with best performance on the market; enabling more intelligence in wearable devices with more sophisticated sensor fusion algorithm.

The 9020 will allow OEMs to deliver products with better battery life and increased wireless performance. The 9020 also offers the highest processing capabilities which will enable OEMs to develop more intelligent products that provide consumers with useful and reliable data. The 9020 is the ideal platform for integration in smart watches, health care devices, fitness bands and devices, and sports apparel.

At CES 2014, Quintic will showcase the 9020’s superior capabilities highlighting its industry lowest power consumption, highest performance, and best processing capabilities with various demonstrations. Companies, engineers, and developers are invited to see these demonstrations. Contact Quintic at inquiry(at)quinticcorp(dot)com to schedule an appointment.

“Wearable devices for quantified-self is a burgeoning market; OEMs are racing to develop wearable fitness technology products with greater functionality,” said Quintic CEO Dr. Xiaodong Jin. “Quintic’s 9020 is the best performing platform on the market with the lowest power consumption; it allows OEMs to develop products that enhance the user experience.”

The 9020 features/specs:

  • 8mA peak power consumption
  • -95dBm Rx Sensitivity
  • 32MHz ARM Cortex M0
  • SRAM/Flash Memory Included
  • ADC/Comparator/Timer
  • UART/SPI/I2C
  • DC-DC Switching Regulator
  • GPIOs

These features provide wearable device makers with the following benefits: longer battery life, reduced transmission power consumption, and more intelligence locally.

In addition to wearable products the 9020’s high-performance and flexibility make it a viable solution for other applications such as IoT (Internet of Things), smart home and M2M (Machine-to-Machine).

9020 modules and development kits are currently available. Also, the 9020 wearable platform for embedded applications is available; sampling price is $1.50 per 1,000 units. For more information contact inquiry(at)quinticcorp(dot)com.

About Quintic
Quintic is a leader in micro form-factor and nano-power wireless semiconductor solutions. The company was established in 2005 by UC Berkeley PHDs and a wireless veteran with backing from Tallwood Venture Capital. Currently, the company is shipping 100M units a year in wireless ICs. Quintic is a leader in wireless semiconductor innovation, currently holding 71 U.S. patents for its developments. Quintic is a global operation with facilities in Silicon Valley California, Beijing, Shanghai, and Shenzhen, China. For more information visit: http://www.quinticcorp.com.


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