The INED Systems startup promises a month of autonomy with their processors for wearables

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INED Systems is a small startup that has come to light with great news, have developed specific processors for personal or wearables devices that will achieve the 30 days autonomy. The battery is one of the most critical points when it comes to smart watches and bracelets, and points are so far unknown preparing models LG and Motorola with Android Wear.

INED processors are called and as advertised, consume up to 10 times less than current chips that are smartphone SoC’s adapted and reused in smartbands and smartwatches. Dhanush has a hierarchical computing allowing different applications and tasks consume energy and memory just to run.

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Samsung and between investors Qualcomm processor Dhanush INED

In addition, these processors come 4 versions: Advanced, Optima, Micro and Nano , each designed for one type of device wearable and requirements, because it requires the same power band of quantification advanced intelligent clock.

Currently this company, with only 3 years old, no missing friends , and large companies have been interested in technology, raising about $ 30 million from Samsung, Qualcomm, Imagination Technologies and other investors . In addition, Young Sohn, chief strategy officer of Samsung Electronics is part of your seal and Sanjay Jha, former CEO of Motorola Mobility, acting President.

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The development of these components is key to devices wearables, watches or other, succeed, the end of the day are daily supplements and you can not go by loading them on to day, so great autonomy is essential . Announce already in tests with different customers and the first devices will be announced 6 months.

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The INED Systems startup promises a month of autonomy with their processors for wearables
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April 9, 2014


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