ZeroG Wireless was founded based on the belief that a new paradigm of wireless connectivity is upon us. Today, the rapid growth of the Wi-Fi infrastructure is providing the underpinnings upon which the 4th Age of Wireless can flourish: increasingly, devices such as laptops, cell phones, game consoles are becoming connected to the Internet via Wi-Fi.
ZeroG believes there are thousands more applications that will benefit from wireless Internet connectivity. To get these "things" connected, however, requires a Wi-Fi solution that can easily be designed into a wide array of systems, regardless of their architecture, dramatically reducing engineering effort and time to market. ZeroG is seeking to provide just such a solution. Leveraging its expertise in low-power, integrated design with a deep understanding of embedded systems, ZeroG is developing Wi-Fi chips that enable the 4th Age of Wireless.
Funding Rounds (2) - $30MUpdate
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|Apr 6, 2015||Business Wire - Ayla Networks Expands Executive Team; Adds Toth and Ruiz to Help Propel Startup to Forefront of IoT Market|
|May 8, 2014||CNet - Getting everyday objects to think (Q&A) - CNET|
|Oct 4, 2013||Gigaom - Ayla prepares to show off its internet of things prototyping iBox|
|Jun 5, 2013||Venture Beat - Ayla launches with $5.4M to turn everything into a connected device|
|Jun 5, 2013||Gigaom - With $5.4M, Ayla Networks builds an internet of things platform with close ties to the chip world|
|Jan 12, 2010||FreshNews - Microchip Technology acquired ZeroG Wireless|
|Jan 11, 2010||Business Wire - Microchip Technology Acquires ZeroG Wireless|
|Jan 11, 2010||Xconomy - Microchip Technology Acquires ZeroG Wireless for Undisclosed Sum|
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