First OCF-Over-Thread Module to Earn UL Certification

Case Study published by UL Solutions, under Internet of Things (IoT), Low Power Radio (e.g. ZigBee, Bluetooth), Radio Technologies, Regulatory / Policy / Standards

Learn how Cascoda’s first smart embedded module using the OCF application layer on top of the Thread network-layer communication technology earned protocol and radio frequency certification with UL.

Internet of Things devices are helping to build a more connected and secure world. The technology behind these devices exhibits increasing complexity, presenting challenges regarding interoperability, scalability, security and power consumption. IoT device manufacturers, such as Cascoda®, seek out UL’s services to demonstrate that their advanced devices comply with applicable standards. Cascoda supplies semiconductor radios and software platforms for IoT devices.

Its new module, Chili2, is a low-power smart module that offers built-in interoperability, scalability and security for applications in smart homes and buildings. The module facilitates end-to-end wireless communications between devices, such as smart light bulbs and alerts, by incorporating two different connectivity technologies developed by not-for-profit groups: Thread and the Open Connectivity Foundation.

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