No, just wifi, but you could add extra functionality with external chips
They can drastically reduce power by your porgram triggering deep-sleeps between interactions, an example of this is the battery powered hockey lights made for budweiser which lights up when your team scores a goal. Between games its asleep.
On their platform customers code has always run in a vm on the device to stop customers "bricking" them
other niche they're missing is very low power. For that niche the LORA protocol by semtech fit well. One question thought :how would they integrate their scripting language and virtual machine in a low power system ?
The second set of questions: The embedded industry is highly driven by price, especially in consumer products. This module seems expensiveSo how did they convinced they're customers ? what volumes per product are they shipping? is it used only for the first version of the products?
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