Feb. 1, 2017:

Telit acquires GainSpan to extend end-to-end IoT solutions reach

Telit, a global enabler of the Internet of Things (IoT), today announced that it has agreed to acquire Silicon Valley-based GainSpan Corporation. The acquisition positions Telit to expand its complete end-to-end IoT solutions portfolio and address the growing market of battery-powered devices that rely on Wi-Fi and other low-power technologies. Telit (AIM: TCM), is a global leader in Internet of Things (IoT) enablement. The company offers the industry’s broadest portfolio of integrated products and services for end-to-end IoT deployments – including cellular communication modules in all technologies, GNSS, short-to-long range wireless modules, IoT connectivity plans and IoT platform services.


Dec. 13, 2016:

GainSpan Releases GS2200M Starter Kit Board for the IoT

Newest platform offers unparalleled ease of use and rapid development


Aug. 2, 2016:

GainSpan Announces Low-Power, Apple HomeKit Reference Design for Wi-Fi-Enabled Smart Home Accessories

IoT platform is industry's first to offer full Apple HomeKit support on embedded host processor enabling low power, battery-operated HomeKit accessories


May 11, 2016:

GainSpan, Geo Semiconductor and ON Semiconductor introduce HD Streaming Video/Audio Platform for Smart Homes

Battery-operated, low-power video doorbell solution features 1080p HD video + full duplex audio streaming over Wi-Fi networks


April 6, 2016:

GainSpan, OmniVision, and Microsemi Announce Low-Power, Streaming-Enabled Audio and Video Reference Design for Smart Homes

Battery-operated platform features 720p HD video and full duplex audio streaming over Wi-Fi networks


January 6, 2016:

GainSpan Announces Bluetooth® Smart Modules for the IoT

Extends GainSpan Wi-Fi product line with leading wireless IoT technology


November 13, 2015:

GainSpan Among the Fastest Growing Companies in North America on Deloitte's 2015 Technology Fast 500™

Attributes 297 Percent Revenue Growth to Its Industry-leading Wireless Solutions for the IoT World


November 9, 2015:

GainSpan Releases GS2200M Wi-Fi Mini Module for the IoT

Newest module packs more capabilities in a small footprint


OCTOBER 27, 2015:

GainSpan Announces Concurrent Mode on its Wi-Fi Modules

Allows One-Step Provisioning and Uninterrupted Field Operations


OCTOBER 12, 2015:

GainSpan Delivers Easy Wi-Fi Connectivity for Renesas Electronics' New Renesas Synergy™ Platform


OCTOBER 8, 2015:

ON Semiconductor, GainSpan & GEO Semiconductor Announce Strategic Partnership to Address Emerging Opportunities in IoT Space


JULY 30, 2015:

Cigar Oasis, Ciqada, and GainSpan Announce an Internet of Things Product for Cigar Enthusiasts


JULY 28, 2015:

GainSpan Names Broadcom Veteran Richard Najarian Senior Director, Solutions Marketing


JULY 7, 2015:

GainSpan Names Robert Twomey as SVP Worldwide Sales


FEBRUARY 24, 2015:

GainSpan Expands Line of Wi-Fi Drivers to Support Linux


JANUARY 28, 2015:

GainSpan Technology Powers TASCAM's DR-22WL and DR-44WL, First Portable Recorders with Wi-Fi


JANUARY 26, 2015:

GainSpan GS2100M Wi-Fi Module Receives Certification in Korea


DECEMBER 16, 2014:

GainSpan Corporation Joins Thread Group; Thread Group Membership Grows To More Than 50 Companies


DECEMBER 10, 2014:

GainSpan’s GS2000M Wi-Fi® Modules Receive Key Wi-Fi Alliance® Certifications


OCTOBER 15, 2014:

Zebra Technologies Announces Zatar Reseller Agreement with GainSpan Corporation


JULY 24, 2014:

GainSpan’s New Application Development Kit Accelerates Design of Wireless Music Streaming Devices


JUNE 25, 2014:

GainSpan and OmniVision Introduce HD Video Application Development Kit


APRIL 2, 2014:

GainSpan and GEO Semiconductor Introduce Full HD Video Application Development Kit


MARCH 26, 2014:

GainSpan Introduces New Video and Audio Application Development Kits


MARCH 19, 2014:

GainSpan Announces New Family of Application Development Kits based on GS2000 Wi-Fi 802.11b/g/n Chip

Smartplug reference design first available


MARCH 17, 2014:

American Time Chooses GainSpan for New Wi-Fi Clock Series

GainSpan low power Wi-Fi technology allows clocks to maintain synchronized time and require no maintenance for five years


January 3, 2014:

Solem Electronique Selects GainSpan Low-Power Wi-Fi for Wireless Garden Automation Systems

Wi-Fi Irrigation Controller and Wi-Fi Outdoor Lighting System can be controlled from smartphone or tablet


August 21, 2013:

GainSpan Announces Sampling of GS2000 Family of Wi-Fi/ZigBee IP Chips and Modules

Targeted at Connected Home, Smart Energy, Metering, Healthcare and High-speed Audio, Video and Security applications


March 05, 2013:

Powertech Selects GainSpan Wi-Fi for New Residential Energy Management Solution

New system powered by GainSpan lets homeowners control and optimize energy usage wirelessly


February 26, 2013:

GainSpan Unveils Industry First Wi-Fi® and ZigBee® IP Single Chip

Multi-standard, multimode integrated circuit containing WLAN baseband, RF functions and a dual IPv4/ IPv6 stack to spur the adoption of Internet of Things; Solution extends IP Everywhere


August 22, 2012:

GainSpan Wi-Fi Powers New Corintech Wi-Fi Data Loggers

New easy to use Wi-Fi Sensors enable remote monitoring of the environment


July 17, 2012:

Datascan Chooses GainSpan Modules for its New Wi-Fi Barcode Scanners

New scanner allows nationwide retailers to do inventory self-scanning wirelessly


July 17, 2012:

GainSpan Provides Low Power Wi-Fi Connectivity for Embedded Systems Based on Renesas MCUs

Designers using popular Renesas 8-32-bit microcontrollers can speed product development for connected devices


September 27, 2011:

TANITA Chooses GainSpan Modules for First Wi-Fi connected Body Composition Monitor

New body composition monitors to be demonstrated at CEATEC 2011, Japan


July 12, 2011:

SAXA Adopts GainSpan Chips for Ultra Low Power Wi-Fi Sensors

Fully integrated sensor and system ideal for wide variety of wireless sensor applications


June 22, 2011:

Keisoku Giken Adopts GainSpan Embedded Wi-Fi Chips for "WattChecker-Tweet"

New power monitor allows users to share energy usage wirelessly


June 20, 2011:

GainSpan Announces Support for Freescale Kinetis MCUs for The Tower System Wi-Fi Module

Developers using Kinetis 32-bit MCUs can speed product development for connecting devices



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