SYRACUSE, N.Y., March 28, 2013 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Anaren, Inc. (Nasdaq:ANEN) today announced that its Anaren Integrated Radio (AIR) module A2530R24x has been proven to be fully compatible with the popular NanoStack 2.0 6LoWPAN protocol stack and NanoService embedded Web service software products for 2.4GHz radio applications from Sensinode (Oulu, Finland). Based on Texas Instruments CC2530 SoC, this AIR module was developed to simplify development of wireless applications intended to be compliant for the ZigBee® standard, but the company views the module's ability to run and support NanoStack and NanoService as an important option for customers who want to develop their own embedded applications based on 6LoWPAN and embedded Web services.
"Following on specific customer trials, we're excited to know that our recently released AIR modules for ZigBee are also ready and able to support Sensinode's NanoStack and NanoService solutions," said Anaren's Corporate Business Development Manager, Mark Bowyer. "The AIR product line is all about making a developer's RF design experience easier - and if 6LoWPAN is the objective, we're happy that Sensinode's excellent NanoStack and NanoService solution, running on our module, can solve the customer's problem elegantly and cost-effectively."
For its part, Sensinode is pleased that there is now A2530R24x support for its industry leading 6LoWPAN NanoStack and NanoService application platform. Sensinode provides end-to-end software products that securely extend IP and Web services all the way to the end node. Combining highly optimized embedded client software with a scalable management and Web applications platform, Sensinode's software brings Web services to the most demanding enterprise applications in the Internet of Things.
"We are excited about Anaren's A2530R24x support for our NanoStack and NanoService solutions," said Jim Edson, VP of Sales and Business Development at Sensinode. "Any customer looking to seamlessly deploy 6LoWPAN and Web-based applications now has great off-the-shelf module support in the A2530R24x."
OEM design engineers interested in learning more about the A2530R24x AIR module now proven to be compatible with NanoStack and NanoService, are encouraged to contact Sensinode for firmware support or review information on Sensinode's NanoStack and NanoService product offering. A2530R24x modules, meantime, can be purchased through one of Anaren's authorized AIR module distributors (see www.anaren.com/AIR for a current list) - and customers interested in the "do-it-yourself" approach to flashing Sensinode's software to Anaren's module can be found at the company's AIR for ZigBee wiki at: http://www.anaren.com/air-wiki-zigbee/Loading_Firmware_into_the_A2530_Module. OEMs using AIR modules in an end product should closely review, and operate our modules in accordance with, the User's Manual to ensure the module's continued compliance with relevant FCC, IC, or ETSI regulations/standards.
Anaren designs, manufactures and sells complex microwave signal distribution networks and components for the wireless communications, satellite communications and defense electronics markets. For more information, visit the company's website at www.anaren.com
Sensinode Ltd. is a pioneer in developing commercial 6LoWPAN and related IPv6 technologies for the embedded Internet. Sensinode's NanoStack, NanoRouter and NanoService software comprise an innovative, open-standard, end-to-end software solution to realize the vision of IP-based networks of Smart Objects. Headquartered in Oulu, Finland, Sensinode is a founding member of the IPSO Alliance, and a member of the ZigBee® Alliance and ETSI.www.sensinode.com