Grinn is now a Bluetooth® Special Interest Group member

Grinn is now a Bluetooth® Special Interest Group member

Grinn is now a Bluetooth® Special Interest Group member

 

The Bluetooth® Special Interest Group is a community of innovators of Bluetooth® technology. Since Grinn actively uses Bluetooth® wireless technology in its projects, it is important for us to get the latest knowledge from the original source and apply it when developing new products. Membership in the Special Interest Group allows us to network with tens of thousands of participants around the world, share knowledge and collaborate. We’ve gained access to tools like the Profile Tuning Suite (PTS), providing protocol and interoperability testing.

The purpose of the Special Interest Group is also to ensure that all products enabled with Bluetooth® technology are properly qualified and comply with the license agreements. Our customers can be sure that all products using this technology comply with the patent.

You can find Grinn on the list of Bluetooth® SIG members service providers in the following categories: Product Design & Development, Software Application Development and OEM/ODM Products & Reference Designs.

Combining our experience with the latest industry knowledge, we are sure we will develop masterpieces based on Bluetooth® Low Energy technology.  

                                                                                                                                   

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