BlueX licenses CEVA Bluetooth Low Energy IP for wearable SoC

June 28, 2018 //By Jean-Pierre Joosting
BlueX licenses CEVA Bluetooth Low Energy IP for wearable SoC
CEVA, Inc., has announced that BlueX Microelectronics (China) has licensed and deployed RivieraWaves Bluetooth low energy technology from CEVA in its latest BX2400 Bluetooth® 5 compliant wireless IC.

Building on BlueX's deep expertise in CMOS subthreshold design, the BX2400 is an ultra-low power SoC that incorporates Bluetooth, processor, power charge and discharge management, touch and heart rate monitor. Ideally suited to applications such as personal health and fitness wearables, the BX2400 is already gaining strong traction with leading global OEMs and ODMs including Huami.

Huang Wang, founder and CEO of Huami, stated: "As the world's leading wearable technology company our customers rely on us to consistently deliver leading-edge, innovative products with exceptional performance. The BlueX BX2400 SoC powered by CEVA's Bluetooth IP enables outstanding battery life and a range of compelling features and sensors, making it an ideal processor for our wearable designs."

"Product differentiation is always a challenge in such a competitive market and we set out to ensure our BX2400 IC outperforms the competition," said Hongyu Li, CEO at BlueX. "CEVA's RivieraWaves Bluetooth low energy IP has gone the extra step in low power architecture, matching our technical strengths and product aims and has proven to be the perfect choice for us."

The RivieraWaves Bluetooth IP platforms provide comprehensive dual mode connectivity for both Bluetooth LE and Bluetooth. Each platform consists of a hardware baseband controller, plus a feature-rich software protocol stack. A flexible radio interface allows the platforms to be deployed with either RivieraWaves RF or various partners' RF IP, enabling optimal selection of foundry and process node. All Bluetooth 5 features are supported, including LE 2Mbps data rate, Long Range and LE Advertising Extension.

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