21 Sep 2017

SensiEDGE Joins STMicroelectronics Partner Program

IoT company, SensiEDGE, has joined the STMicroelectronics Partner Program making its ‘hardware-ready’ SensiBLE IoT module available to more developers and entrepreneurs.

“Our SensiBLE SOM helps anyone with an idea to build a prototype at unprecedented speed by solving the ‘Make or Buy’ conundrum” explained Milan Yudkovich, president and founder of SensiEDGE. “We are excited to join this new program, and we look forward to helping ST’s customers accelerate the speed at which their innovations are brought to market.”

SensiBLE has one of the smallest form-factor at 20mm x 30mm. It is a fully customizable solution for developers seeking to design IoT products without getting involved with hardware development or production logistics. SensiBLE enables wireless connectivity without any RF experience or expertise; it is CE and FCC certified, as well as BQE qualified.

“The new ST Partner Program helps customers’ design teams access extra skills and resources to aid engineering development and shorten time-to-market for new products,” said Alessandro Maloberti, Partner Ecosystem Director, STMicroelectronics. “By selecting, qualifying, and certifying program partners, we are taking yet another major step in helping customers accelerate design and development, and ship to market the most robust and efficient products and services.”

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