Atmosic Technologies and Tonly Team Up To Develop Module for IoT Devices To Get More Battery Life

  • This Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) module is called TBMO2
  • The module is ideal for wearables, smart home products, consumer electronics

Atmosic Technologies, an innovator of ultra-low-power wireless for the Internet of Things (IoT) has entered into a partnership with IoT solutions provider Tonly Electronics Holdings Limited. The partnership will focus to develop a Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) module called TBMO2.
As per an official statement, the TBMO2 module will integrate Atmosic’s M2 system-on-chip (SoC), which is built with Atmosic’s “Lowest Power Radio” and “On-Demand Wake Up” technologies. This will enable longer battery life for IoT applications said the companies.

Extended battery life

David Huang, Tonly’s SVP said in a written statement, “The TBMO2 module is a true game changer for the IoT market, providing a compact, highly integrated module for the development of next generation IoT devices with extended battery life. This new solution continues our commitment to providing companies with total wireless solutions to bring consumers the latest features like voice computing and AI.”

Ideal for wearables, smart home products

The companies said that the module is ideal for wearables, smart home products (including lighting, plugs and switches), consumer electronics, smartphones and tablets. They are also suitable for building and environment monitoring applications, human-machine interface devices.

IoT devices with traditional SoC designs consume more energy and need frequent battery replacement. Batteries in devices built with the TBMO2 can last up to the lifetime of the device claimed the companies. This will make it more feasible and cost-efficient for companies to deploy and maintain IoT fleets.