Golden Mark presents new smart home solutions using ULE technology

At CES, Golden Mark has unveiled a new suite of wireless smart home devices based on DSP Group’s ULE ultra-low-power wireless connectivity solution.

The new suite of products includes an in-wall dimmer, in-wall switch, plug-in dimmer, plug-in switch and a water leak detector with water sensing cable. 

Other new ULE-based products are being showcased by the ULE Alliance in the “SmartHomes Tech Zone” at CES.

ULE is an ultra-low-power wireless technology that operates in an interface-free bank with low latency and extended range and coverage. ULE supports data along with native support for two-way voice.

“As homeowners start to trust their smart devices for applications ranging from light switches to infrastructure monitoring and panic buttons, the wireless link from the device to the network is becoming increasingly critical,” said Tali Chen, CMO of DSP Group.

“Golden Mark recognises this and that’s why we are so excited it has chosen DSP Group’s ULE technology to forge that link for reliability and longevity over an interference-free spectrum. It is indeed a powerful endorsement of our technology as well as the inherent capabilities of ULE.”

Grant Ogata, vice president of Golden Mark commented: “ULE has many features that make it very attractive for smart home applications, especially for trusted applications where low power and reliable communication are priorities.

“The ULE solution provided by DSP Group, combined with its technical expertise and support, ensured a high-end product that can meet the increasingly demanding requirements of our customers.”

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