Electronic components from Redpine Signals
Redpine Signals, founded in 2001 in San Jose, California is a fabless semiconductor company. The company makes chipsets and system level products for wireless networks. Under the direction of Venkat Mattela, the company employs 200-300 people.
Redpine was the first in the industry to launch a single stream of 802.11n chipsets at the end of 2007. Subsequently, it produced several modules and sub-systems that specialized in specific vertical market segments, including industrial, wireless sensor, wireless audio & video, voice over Wi-Fi.
In 2009, the company developed modules and subsystems that enable wireless monitoring and control of utility measurement systems, as well as MIMO 802.11n, mobile WiMax (802.16e) and 4G LTE technologies.
Redpine technology includes the complete end-to-end wireless solution and a comprehensive patent portfolio based on OFDM, MIMO, embedded processor architectures, and low-power techniques.
The company's offerings include both hardware and software as a differentiated subsystem to provide flexibility and ease of integration into the system integrator.
Redpine strives to provide the best wireless solutions to meet the customer's needs at an optimal price.