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Ultra-low SoCs propel remote healthcare monitoring

Stephen Law   

Automation / Robotics Electronics Embedded Systems AI battery-powered devices efficiency Endpoint energy IoT medical smart home wearables

AMBIQ Apollo4 Lite and Apollo4 Blue Lite System-on-Chips (SoCs) help enhance devices’ functionalities and battery life to accelerate the adoption of remote monitoring. SoCs provide feature-rich capability, optimized memory, powerful graphics performance and secureSPOT for robust security in a lightweight solution. Suitable for digital health applications, such as digital stethoscopes, patient monitoring, and continuous glucose and blood pressure monitoring. Apollo4 Blue Lite delivers secure Bluetooth Low Energy connectivity for communication to handheld devices, host equipment, and the Cloud. Both SoCs are embedded with an ultra-low power Cortex-M4 core that can operate at up to 192MHz with turboSPOT, an audio subsystem, GPU, and ample MRAM and SRAM.

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