Embedded WiFi Module from Texas Instruments

Texas Instruments Inc.
February 3, 2013

The SimpleLink Wi-Fi CC3000 from Texas Instruments Inc., Dallas, TX, is a self-contained module with SmartConfig technology that lets multiple in-home devices that lack displays connect to a WiFi network via a smartphone or tablet. The CC3000 now supports service discovery applications on phones, tablets, and PCs using Bonjour zero-configuration networking technology. The module is compatible with low-cost, low-memory microcontroller systems, such as the company's MSP430 family. Other features include cloud server connection via built-in TCP/IP stack, remote device control via mobile app or Web site, and push/pull of sensor data, monitoring, and control via the company's cloud service providers.


CompanyTexas Instruments Inc.
CountryUnited States (USA)


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