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ULE technology underpinning new smart kitchen offering

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by Chahira Akel

ULE technology underpinning new smart kitchen offering

BERLIN, Sept. 5th 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Today at the IFA 2017 electronics trade
show, DSP Group® Inc. (Nasdaq:DSPG), a leading global provider of wireless chipset
solutions for converged communications, announced that Cloud of Things, the premier
connected device management company for the industrial and consumer IoT markets has
launched a family of IoT gateways featuring native ULE support based on DSP Group’s ULE
solutions. The joint solution has been selected by Howdens Joinery, UK’s largest supplier of
fitted kitchens, to facilitate their innovative connected kitchen initiative.

Howdens Joinery, which supplies over 400,000 kitchens each year, will offer the Cloud of
Things IoT Gateway as an integral part of their smart kitchen solutions. The IoT Gateway will
empower Howdens to deliver advanced IoT capabilities at scale so they can help customers
live better lives. The integrated ULE technology provides Howdens with unparalleled range
coverage, especially important in the UK, where building structure and material have proven
to be especially challenging for connected products.

“Howdens needed to bring connected kitchens to market securely, reliably, quickly, and
affordably. The Cloud of Things IoT Gateway was a perfect solution. The integrated
DeviceTone solution from Cloud of Things makes configuration, deployment and
management simple and fast, while native ULE support guarantees range and link fidelity
while ensuring compatibility with hundreds of products out-of-the-box” said Glen Isaacs,
Director of Innovation and Strategy at Howdens.

The Cloud of Things’ IoT Gateway integrates its DeviceTone™ connected device
management solution to deliver a secure, managed edge computing solution for IoT that
simplifies development, increases flexibility, and drastically shortens time to market. With
DeviceTone™, companies can monitor, manage, and control any device connected to any
cloud platform one to one, millions at a time.

Native ULE support ensures longer range connectivity, trouble-free one-button setup, best in
class security, and integrated two–way voice support and delivers instant out-of-the-box
compatibility between the Cloud of Things IoT Gateway and a wide range of IoT products,
meeting the needs of a dynamic market across a variety of sectors including facilities
management, energy management, industrial, agriculture, healthcare, and consumer.

Source: ulealliance.org

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