Sasken partners with MediaTek Rich IoT program to drive Intelligent Innovation

Sasken partners with MediaTek Rich IoT program to drive innovation

Sasken Technologies has now become a part of a Taiwanese semiconductor giant MediaTek IoT (Internet of Things) program.

With the help of AI chipset platforms, MediaTek’s Rich IoT program works in three primary segments like Voice-Enabled Devices, Display Oriented Devices, and AI Vision Devices.

The chipsets have been designed to work in enterprise and startup environments. They can also be designed to work in IoT devices and edge computing as per the requirement.

According to the announcement, Sasken will leverage the expertise of MediaTek in silicon platforms, connectivity, imaging and smartphone integration to make industrial and home equipment more intelligent.

MediaTek and Sasken are expected to reveal new home appliances IoT solutions at the ongoing CES 2020 at Las Vegas.

Executive Opinion

VP and Head-Product Engineering Services, Sasken, Satish Burli, said, "Sasken has more than a decade of experience in utilizing MediaTek’s chipsets, and we are delighted to collaborate with MediaTek to enable next-gen appliances for smart home and smart enterprise applications that will significantly enhance the spectrum of services for both segments. Sasken and MediaTek teamed up on a joint go-to-market plan that leverages our respective strengths to enable device manufacturers to build trail-blazing products."

VP and GM of US Business Development, MediaTek, Mohit Bhushan, said, "Our Rich IoT program is enabling our partners to address the surging market demand for smart devices with AI-powered voice assistant, display, and vision capabilities. Sasken, with its extensive expertise in MediaTek chipsets, is a great addition to our Rich IoT partner ecosystem. We look forward to working with Sasken in enabling our customers to innovate and develop products across the home and industrial segments."

The MediaTek IoT Platform

MediaTek has also joined hands with five other technology partners to accelerate the development of intelligent devices.

This includes the audio development tools provider Elliptic Labs, DSP Concepts which offers an AI virtual smart sensor platform and Esper, a platform that provides developer tools on which companies can build and deploy point of sale applications.

Apart from Sasken communication, three other design service companies will on-board MediaTek’s IoT platform. This includes the Innocomm, OLogic and Synapse Design.

The fabless semiconductor provider expects the partnerships that will help usher in highly integrated, differentiated and feature some of the rich development platforms for fast-moving IoT devices marketplace.

These partnerships aim to usher in differentiated, highly-integrated and feature-rich IoT development platforms. MediaTek's Rich IoT program includes three AIoT chipset platforms -  i300B (MT8362B) for voice assistant devices, i300A (MT8362A) for multimedia displays and i500 (MT8385) for AI vision devices, notes the announcement.

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