Electronic components from Nordic Semiconductor
Nordic Semiconductor is a Norwegian semiconductor manufacturer, founded in 1983 from a spinout from the Technical University of Trondheim, Norway. The company employs 397 people under the leadership of Svenn-Tore Larsen and achieved sales of USD 193.1 million.
Nordic manufactures chipsets for communication in the ISM band (via Bluetooth and ANT) and pioneered the standard Bluetooth Low Energy, which is available in addition to classic Bluetooth in almost every new mobile phone and Bluetooth-enabled device.
Nordic chips are found among other things in products such as wireless PC peripherals, game controllers, sports and fitness sensors (eg heart rate belts), toys, advanced multimedia controllers and digital / satellite TV (set-top box) remote controls Respectively.