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Neul raises $12.8 million for M2M radio

6/29/2011 02:28 PM EDT
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Peter Clarke
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re: Neul raises $12.8 million for M2M radio
Peter Clarke   6/30/2011 2:40:38 PM
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@chanj Neul is already offering basestations and relatively large size (FPGA-based) receivers, although the U.K. trials are being run using "experimental licenses" from the authorities (Ofcom). If we assume that the market only really takes off when single-chip client-side devices are available we may be one or two years away - the chips have to be designed and manufactured. Neul has said that although it has the VHDL/Verilog and working FPGAs it does not want to be the chip maker. It wants one or more of the usual suspects to design and sell the chips.

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re: Neul raises $12.8 million for M2M radio
chanj0   6/29/2011 3:57:34 PM
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White space has opened up a lot of opportunities. I wonder the power consumption and the time to market of Neul M2M solution.

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