Introducing IMG iEW400: The ultimate Wi-Fi IP solution for low power IoT

2020-06-22 09:00:00
- 40 minutes

Introducing the IMG iEW400: The ultimate Wi-Fi IP solution for low power IoT

IMG iEW400, our latest IP based on Imagination’s Ensigma Wi-Fi technology. It delivers integrated RF and baseband, designed for low-power and battery-powered applications such as the internet of things (IoT), wearables and hearables.

In this webinar, we will introduce the latest Wi-Fi IP from Imagination, it is the ultimate Wi-Fi IP solution for low-power IoT. Based on the new IEEE 802.11ax standard, it provides several enhancements over the older Wi-Fi 5 standard that make it ideal for low-power IoT applications.

We will discuss the key features and benefits of Wi-Fi 6, and explain why iEW400 is the perfect IP partner for your low-power IoT product development.

Key Takeaway:

  • Learn the benefits and improvements in Wi-Fi 6
  • Understand our low-power Wi-Fi product portfolio
  • Discover why IMG iEW400 is the ultimate Wi-Fi solution for low-power IoT
  • Find out how IMG iEW400 will help you build a better product

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Presenter Bio

Richard Edgar joined Imagination in 2011 as Director of Communications Technology, responsible for developing the strategy and roadmap for the company’s Ensigma communications IP portfolio. Mr. Edgar previously spent six years at CSR where he drove the development of the company’s Wi-Fi technology for its short-range wireless ICs, and was responsible for the development of multiple advanced wireless technologies as part of the CTO’s office.

Before that, Mr. Edgar managed 3Com’s enterprise wireless product portfolio, and prior to that was Product Manager for Wi-Fi chipsets at Lucent (later Agere Systems). He was part of the team at Buffalo Technologies that introduced Wi-Fi into Europe in 1998. He is a senior member of the IEEE and has held multiple leadership positions in the development of Wi-Fi Alliance Certification Programs. Mr. Edgar holds a Bachelor of Engineering Degree from Coventry University, UK.