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Orange drops mystery smart home protocol for ULE as DSP slides in

Orange has evolved from telco giant to one of Europe’s most promising champions of the burgeoning smart home scene, with innovations ranging from its AI assistant Djingo in partnership with Deutsche Telekom, to interactive mirrors (which was mysteriously absent at this year’s MWC), right down to the nittier and grittier world of sensors and networks. The French colossus recently made a move in the latter field which many may have missed – rolling in Californian vendor DSP Group to enable future smart home applications via the ultra-low energy (ULE) protocol. DSP Group makes a somewhat refreshing change from Faultline Online Reporter’s usual Orange smart home coverage, where we usually focus on the frustration about the ongoing delays regarding the full…

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