Nokia dials success for ultra low power Wibree

Reynolds, Melanie
December 2006
Electronics Weekly;12/13/2006, Issue 2269, p4
Trade Publication
The article presents information on the Wibree ultra low power, short range, wireless technology, from Nokia Corp. It will be a repeat of success story of Bluetooth by the company. Harri Tulimaa, head of technology outlicensing at Nokia said that their target is to make Wibree a de facto standard in one way or another. Wibree is being aimed at allowing mobile phones to communicate with devices operating from a button cell battery.


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