(Cambridge, England) was founded in 2010 to develop a wide-area wireless network technology dedicated to machine-to-machine (M2M) communications and the Internet of Things (IoT). The company has pioneered the development of the Weightless standard for networks that operate in the license-free television white space (TVWS) part of the spectrum. Neul's first product is a radio system specifically designed for TV white space that consists of a base station, battery-powered terminal device, antennas and a set of PC-based network management tools.
The founders are experienced in nurturing a startup company, many of them having been founders of Cambridge Silicon Radio in 1998 and in 2012 they got a boost from near neighbors ARM, which added its weight to the Weightless Special Interest Group.
We expect IoT and M2M to be red-hot in 2013 with both Intel and ARM making it an important part of their approach to the market and we also expect Neul to be making news in that sector.
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