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The 10 Hottest IoT Startups Of 2023 (So Far)
These startups, ranging from Haltian and Litmus Automation to Morse Micro and Xage Security, are making big moves and creating IoT solutions for building management, manufacturing operations, lab equipment monitoring, long-range connectivity and security, among other things.
CEO, Co-Founder: Michael De Nil
Morse Micro is developing next-generation Wi-Fi chip solutions that cover 10 times greater distance and is 10 times more efficient than standard wireless chips with the ability to connect more than 8,000 devices on a single access point.
The Sydney, Australia-based startup last year raised 170 million Australian dollars ($110.3 million) in a Series B round develop new solutions and accelerate the go-to-market strategy for its existing Wi-Fi chips and modules. The company’s customers include wireless networking solution vendor Silex Technology and wireless communication provider Asia RF.
Morse Micro’s chips are based on the IEEE 802.11 Wi-Fi HaLow standard, which enables wireless connectivity with ultra-long range, ultra-low power and massive capacity for IoT devices.