BERN, Switzerland & BERLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The ULE Alliance, a non-profit organization dedicated to developing the worldwide market adoption of the ULE (Ultra Low Energy) wireless technology for the IoT, is pleased to announce a promotion cooperation with Orange (www.orange.com). Orange will showcase its new product devices “Maison Connectée” (connected home) at the ULE Alliance booth at IFA 2019 in Berlin Hall 25, booth 404.
“This is the first time that Orange and ULE Alliance cooperate in promotional activities”, says Ulrich A. Grote, Chairman of the Alliance. “We are pleased to showcase Orange’s connected home devices, which are based on the truly secure, stable and long range ULE technology.”
Orange’s “Maison Connectée” products – Livebox router, smart bulb, motion detector, smart plug and door sensor – will be presented at the product wall of ULE Alliance booth, along with devices from ULE Alliance members Crow, Deutsche Telekom, DSP Group, Gigaset, Jazz Hipster, Panasonic and VTech.
In addition the ULE Alliance will show the ULE and Open Connectivity Foundation’s IoTivity bridging gateway, which provides seamless interoperability over diverse networks.
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