Cassia Networks secures patent for long-range Bluetooth
Long-range Bluetooth patent granted to Cassia Networks extends the communication range from a Cassia Bluetooth Router to a Bluetooth device up to a thousand feet.
Courtney Bjorlin | Sep 11, 2017
Cassia Networks is innovating its Bluetooth portfolio, announcing today that it has secured a patent for long-range Bluetooth connectivity in its routers that can enable connectivity up to 1,000 feet, with the ability to support up to 22 sensors in connected mode, and listen to hundreds in broadcast mode.
“That changes the game around connectivity in Bluetooth,” said Trevor Duguay, vice president of sales for San Jose, Calif.-based Cassia Networks. “Our focus is to provide a stabilized technology for our customers, so they can be assured that what they’re getting from us is a technology that is not going to shift or change that much. It’s part of our IP.”
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