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Trident IoT introduces new Zigbee Chip and SDK


Trident IoT to introduce & demonstrate developer-focused SDK designed to enhance IoT development at Connectivity Standards Alliance 2024 Member Meeting.

Trident IoT has announced the upcoming release of its new Zigbee chip and accompanying Software Development Kit (SDK).

The latest offering represents the next step forward in Trident IoT’s strategy to provide comprehensive IoT solutions that simplify IoT development. While the chip itself incorporates the latest silicon technology, what sets this apart is the developer-focused SDK designed by product engineers who have collectively developed and shipped millions of IoT products. This announcement further underscores Trident IoT’s commitment to IoT development by expanding its product portfolio to now include both Zigbee and Z-Wave offerings.

“Designed by product engineers for product engineers, our latest Zigbee chip and accompanying SDK has been purpose-built to make IoT development faster, easier, and more efficient,” said Mariusz Malkowski, CTO and co-founder of Trident IoT. “With this new offering, Trident IoT customers can expect more predictable development cycles, faster time to revenue and simply better products.”

Since the official company incorporation announcement less than one year ago, Trident IoT has more than doubled engineering resources. Trident IoT has amassed some of the industry’s foremost experts on wireless connectivity, across all protocols including Zigbee, Z-Wave, Matter, and more. The latest offering has been designed from the ground up by the Trident IoT engineering team backed by over a century of collective end-to-end product development experience to ensure it meets the real-world needs of today’s developers.

Trident IoT engineers will be on-site at the at the Connectivity Standards Alliance (Alliance) Member Meeting presently being held in Washington, DC. to demonstrate this new technology live.

The three pillars of Trident IoT include advanced silicon offerings, best-in-class design and development services and US-based accredited certification services. To provide enhanced support and services to manufacturers within the industry, Trident IoT is in the process of becoming an Alliance authorized test lab.

“We are excited to have Trident IoT in attendance at this year’s Alliance Member Meeting where they will showcase and demo their newest technology offerings,” said Chris LaPré, Head of Technology, Connectivity Standards Alliance. “The pending confirmation of Trident IoT as an authorized test lab is significant as it further strengthens the Alliance’s commitment to support our members bringing compliant and certified devices to market both efficiently and effectively.”

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