Nordic Semiconductor ASA

Ultra Low Power Wireless Solutions

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51-200 employees

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Nordic Semiconductor is playing a key role in realizing that future by providing ultra low power (ULP) wireless chips that can run for long periods of time from power sources as small a watch batteries.

What makes Nordic's solutions world-leading, however, is that this is achieved with class-leading levels of wireless performance and sophistication at a price that enables the company's chips to be used in even the most cost-sensitive consumer products. As a result, Nordic's chips are to be routinely found in products such as wireless PC peripherals, gaming controllers, sports and fitness sensors (for example heart-rate belts and foot pods), toys, advanced multi-media controllers, and digital/satellite TV (set-top box) remotes, to mention but a few.

Nordic Semiconductor is committed to providing high quality, easy-to-use, reliable and cost effective ultra low power (ULP) solutions to the wireless market. By offering four product lines – 2.4GHz RF, ANT™, Bluetooth® low energy and Sub 1-GHz RF – all with their unique advantages, Nordic enables its customers to select a solution that best meets their individual application requirements.
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3 days ago
The BBC Micro:bit can be anything you want it to be! See how technology puts kids in ctrl. #BBCmicrobit @ARMEmbedded
6 days ago
RT @electronutIN: Hooking up an L298 motor driver to the @NordicTweets nRF-DK #BLE #nRF51822
RT @karolswitala: @NordicTweets it's nice that you've added another example for S130 in newest SDK! Relay example was exactly what I've nee…
RT @karolswitala: After a while with #nRF51 from @NordicTweets I'm getting more and more interested in creating #IoT devices…
2 weeks ago
If you had one word to describe the #BBCMicrobit what would it be? We chose revolutionary.
3 weeks ago
Hope to see you at #BluetoothAsia2015 - register today!
3 weeks ago
NEW RELEASE: nRF51 SDK v9.0.0 - more details - Available to download from
3 weeks ago
Go explore! @HammerheadOne's LED-based bicycle navigation system will guide you! Using #BluetoothSmart & #ANTPlus
3 weeks ago
MetaWear Nordic-powered modules by @mbientLab - simplify development of #BluetoothSmart wearables and sensor products
3 weeks ago
@thequux not bad at all! Hope you liked it.
4 weeks ago
Get to know the #BBCmicrobit features @ARMmbed - micro:bit runtime, developed by @SCC_Lancaster
4 weeks ago
We have added one of the largest distributors in Europe - @SilicaTweets - to our European distribution network
4 weeks ago
@gsiot nice! Hope you like it :)
4 weeks ago
@gsiot thanks for your feedback. You can give more detailed feedback on our #devzone.
4 weeks ago
@aallan the work on the #BBCmicrobit was finished to early for the #nRF52 Series. @Espruino
4 weeks ago
@electricity_dp You are welcome to ask any question on our #devzone We will be happy to answer.
4 weeks ago
@Espruino @aallan #BBCmicrobit is using the latest nRF51 Series SoC - same SoC as in the latest products from our customers.
4 weeks ago
What is the micro:bit? Let these kids tell your kids. #BBCmicrobit
4 weeks ago
trakkies reminds you before you lose or forget an important item with a network of tiny microcomputers. #Kickstarter


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EE Times: Bright future for ultra-low-power RF
ANT+ head-up display for runners shows live training data using wireless technology from Nordic Semiconductor
Global fleet tracking solution combines 2.4GHz and 868/915MHz RF technology from Nordic Semiconductor to track and monitor asset trains as long as 100m

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