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Qualcomm Unveils Cutting-Edge IoT Solutions: Introducing QCC730 SoC Wi-Fi and RB3 Gen 2 Platform, AI-ready IoT platform

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Qualcomm, a leader in semiconductor technology, unveils its latest innovations at Embedded World, showcasing advancements in embedded solutions tailored for IoT applications. The company introduces the QCC730 SoC Wi-Fi solution and the RB3 Gen 2 Platform, designed to address the evolving needs of IoT devices and applications.

The QCC730 SoC Wi-Fi solution boasts exceptional power efficiency, versatility, and flexibility, making it a game-changer in the battery-powered IoT space. With 88% lower power per data transfer compared to previous generations, developers can leverage its capabilities for high-performance Bluetooth IoT applications. By enabling access to the 5 GHz band, Wi-Fi eliminates congestion issues, ensuring faster data speeds and extended coverage.

On the other hand, the Qualcomm RB3 Gen 2 Platform, powered by the QCS6490 processor, offers significant advancements in on-device AI processing and supports quadruple 8MP+ camera sensors, computer vision, and Wi-Fi 6E. This platform is poised to revolutionize various industries, including robotics, drones, and AI edge devices.

Furthermore, Qualcomm reinforces its commitment to innovation through strategic acquisitions and portfolio expansions, ensuring the delivery of robust solutions for commercial-grade applications. With samples expected in June 2024, Qualcomm continues to drive progress in IoT and edge computing, enhancing productivity, efficiency, and sustainability.

Qualcomm Unveils QCC730 SoC Wi-Fi Solution and RB3 Gen 2 Platform at Embedded World 2024

Qualcomm will likewise expand its portfolio to include commercial grade solutions with requirements for safety, operating environment, and electrical handling.

At this year’s Embedded World, which kicked off today, Qualcomm Technologies unveiled two additions to its embedded ecosystem: The QCC730 SoC Wi- Fi solution and the RB3 Gen 2 Platform. Both solutions enable on-device AI, high-performance, and low-power processing, according to the chip maker, and address the need of the most recent IoT devices and applications.

Revolutionizing Battery-Powered IoT: Qualcomm’s QCC730 SoC Wi-Fi Solution

In a press pro- small, Qualcomm Senior Director of IoT product marketing Leilani DeLeon claimed that QCC730 SoC double- band, micro- power Wi- Fi processor will “revolutionize the battery powered IoT space in three important ways: Power efficiency, versatility and flexibility.

She explained that the QCC730 offers an 88 % lower power per data transfer than previous generations and that its versatility will allow developers to use it as a high-performance substitute for Bluetooth IoT applications. By allowing applications access to the 5 GHz band, Wi-Fi solves any congestion issues in the 2.4 GHz band,” she continued.” This results in faster data speeds, long range, and better coverage due to higher throughput. Normally, because of lower- power requirements, you would use Bluetooth and use an IoT bridge. To collect data to the cloud, this IoT bridge is required. Then, with QCC730, you can completely replace the Bluetooth with Wi- Fi and eliminate the hub.”

More flexibly designed designs and clear cloud connectivity are supported by this level of versatility.

Unlocking AI-Powered Innovation: Qualcomm RB3 Gen 2 Platform with QCS6490 Processor

The Qualcomm RB3 Gen 2 Platform, a hardware and software solution that makes use of the Qualcomm QCS6490 processor, offers a 10x increase in on-device AI processing, support for quadruple 8MP+ camera sensors, computer vision, and included Wi-Fi 6E. The company said it expects the RB3 Gen 2 to be used in a wide range of products, including robots, drones, business handheld devices, business and related cameras, AI edge boxes and brilliant displays.

DeLeon told the media,” Now layer on advanced AI capabilities to those use cases and applications and we introduce an interface between the machines and humans that addresses gains in productivity, efficiency, and sustainability while also taking into account the factors that contribute to overall operating wellbeing,” DeLeon said.

The platform is also backed up by Qualcomm Linux, a detailed set of OS, software, tools, and documentation developed for the company’s platforms, as well as Qualcomm AI Hub, which has a library of constantly updated, pre-optimized AI models.

Further announcements

Another exciting news include the acquisition of Foundries in March, as well as an expansion to its portfolio to meet the safety, operating environment, and structural handling requirements for commercial grade solutions. Samples are anticipated in June 2024. IO, opened- source cloud- local platform provider”. With the… acquisition, we are pleased to come to up to support the available of more stable solutions for IoT and edge devices,” said DeLeon.

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