Sivers IMA AB has participated in DOTSEVEN project supported by the European Union through the FP7 program. Within the framework of this project, Sivers IMA has contributed with an E-band mm-wave design on new Silicon Germanium (SiGe) technology. One of the new technologies developed in the project demonstrated an fmax of 700 GHz, which is 2 times higher than what is currently available. The project began in 2012 and was completed with great results in June 2016. A final review of the project was held in Munich in September 2016, thereby finishing the project.
Sivers IMA launches, in conjunction with the European Microwave Week in London, a fully integrated V-band transceiver RFIC. The difference between this transceiver and previous generations from Sivers IMA is that all parts are made of Silicon-Germanium. The circuit includes a complete millimeter wave transceiver (transmitter and receiver), digital control, signal source and a complete analog baseband.
Sivers IMA is pleased to announce NetWell Corporation to act as its new reseller for the Japanese market.
To support this incredible growth, tele- and data communication infrastructure must select an appropriate fixed or wireless technology that meets the demanding requirements on data throughput and cost. Today the most common technologies are based on copper, fiber and micro wave, however also millimeter wave will contribute with a large portion of this growth. ABI research estimates that over 20% of the total LTE backhaul market will be using millimeter wave technology in 2019.
Sivers IMA AB has participated in the ICT project E3Network supported by the European Union through the FP7 program and contributed with mm‐wave knowhow and state of the art transceivers for mm‐wave backhaul. This project was initiated in December 2012 and finalized with good results in May 2016. A final review was held in Brussels mid‐September 2016.
Sivers IMA announces that Gigasense AB, a well-known supplier within industrial crane safety, recently launched a new generation of anti-collision system for track bound cranes. The product has been implemented with several end customers and in relation to this, Sivers IMA and Gigasense has signed an agreement covering the delivery of radar front ends to Gigasense.
Sivers IMA today announced that SAF Tehnika, a designer, producer and distributor of digital microwave data transmission technology is broadening the cooperation with Sivers IMA. SAF Tehnika has now also selected Sivers IMA’s V-band converters to be an integrated part in their upcoming products for test and measurement in the 60 GHz area.
Sivers IMA is pleased to announce that it has reached an agreement with Shanghai Matrix Electronic Co., Ltd. (Matrix Electronic) to act as its reseller for the Chinese market.
Sivers IMA today announced that it has signed an agreement with Blu Wireless Technology (Blu), a company that designs and licenses baseband modem IP for mmWave applications – including the 802.11ad standard within the Wi-Fi Alliance (also known as WiGig®). Under the agreement, Blu will integrate and optimize its WiGig Hydra baseband modem IP with Sivers IMA’s WiGig RFIC. This will enable Sivers IMA to market a complete WiGig solution compliant with the 802.11ad standard. This includes a baseband modem and a transceiver with steerable antennas. In addition to conventional WiGig applications, Blu’s scalable HYDRA technology can be configured for telecommunication infrastructure solutions such as radio links, access points and Gigabit to the home (GBTH).
Wi-Fi Alliance® is an industry association with more than 600 member companies worldwide. The members come from across the Wi-Fi ecosystem and share a common vision of connecting everyone and everything, everywhere. Being a part of the organization and participating in the interoperability programs and market development efforts is a key strategic element in delivering Wi-Fi® solutions and services, assuring that members and their customers can get the very best Wi-Fi experience. In the industry-leading collaboration forum, the Wi-Fi and WiGig® technologies of the future are taking shape now.