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MindTree unveils IP suite

October 06, 2010

MindTree, a global IT solutions and product engineering services company has announced the launch of BlueLitE, a single mode Bluetooth low energy (Bluetooth 4.0) Intellectual Property suite. This IP offering complements MindTree’s classic Bluetooth (Bluetooth 2.1+EDR and 3.0) and Dual Mode Bluetooth low energy (4.0) suite of IPs. The BlueLitE IP suite will help the semiconductor manufacturers make a transition to tap the opportunities in the fast emerging Bluetooth low energy market.

Bluetooth low energy (4.0) is the latest specification from the Bluetooth SIG. Its features such as ultra low power consumption, enhanced range, and ability to run for years on a coin cell battery enable power constrained devices like sensors to connect to other Bluetooth devices.

The BlueLitE IP suite consisting of Software IP (stack and profiles) and Silicon IP (baseband controller), digital Phy (physical layer) and radio frequency, provides a complete single mode Bluetooth low energy solution. The pre-integrated solution IPs for complete transceiver and connectivity chip are part of the roadmap.

“MindTree has extensive experience in implementing Bluetooth connectivity in devices like headsets and optimised Application Specific Integrated Circuits (ASIC). We have developed the IP taking into account the various nuances of resource constrained, sensor based devices - the primary targets for Bluetooth low energy” said Dr. Raghunath Govindachari, chief technology officer, MindTree research and development services. “With advantages like low footprint and gate count, easy portability across multiple operating systems and platforms and extensive interoperability testing; BlueLitE is perfect for easy and risk free integration of low energy Bluetooth connectivity in any product line.”

 

 
 

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