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ULE

(ULtra Low Energy) A network for home automation, security and climate control from the ULE Alliance (www.ulealliance.org) that is based on the DECT cordless phone standard. Using dedicated spectrum, ULE devices are free of interference from Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and other transmission systems. See DECT.
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The goal of the ULE Certification Program is to assure market stakeholders such as carriers, retailers, and end users that OEM products conform to a set of standards that add value to wireless IoT devices.
IHS Research predicts that as many as 50 million ULE products will be sold in 2015 alone.
ULE interoperability demo between gateways and devices from different vendors
More information on Lantiq's DECT ULE solutions is available at the Broadband World Forum, RAI Exhibition and Convention Centre Amsterdam, at Lantiq's booth (C10) and at the DECT Forum/ULE Alliance booth (D12).
The growing popularity of global internet-based communication and the merging of telecommunications and infocommunications is expected to lead to rapid consumer acceptance of DECT ULE technology.
Dialog is a co-founder of the DECT ULE standard and the SC14WSMDATA, SC14WSMDECT and SC14CVMDECT are the industry's first commercially available DECT ULE devices, enabling the creation of home automation, security and energy metering devices that automatically configure with the base station, removing the need for network planning.
Panasonic's new smart home monitoring products capitalize on major ULE features including high fidelity, superior range, two-way real-time audio and video, and ultra-low power consumption - which enables battery-run devices to work for years.
End products integrating SmartPulse wireless sensors self configure to connect with a home's DECT ULE enabled hub device or IP gateway.
Lantiq joins DECT ULE Alliance to Enable Home Automation Solutions for its Customers
KIRCHHEIM/TECK, Germany -- Dialog Semiconductor plc (FWB:DLG), a provider of highly integrated innovative power management, audio and short range wireless technologies, has announced that its DECT ULE (ultra low energy) technology has been adopted by Panasonic for the company's new range of ultra low energy wireless home safety devices.
GBI Research's report, "DECT Ultra Low Energy (ULE) Market to 2016 - Existing Internet Gateways and Demand for VoIP-Based Home Automation Products to Drive Technology Adoption" provides key information and analysis on the market opportunities in the DECT ULE market.
ULE ISR 100 identifies gypsum wallboard and panels that are environmentally preferable to those within the marketplace.