Hero Image

Nordic Semiconductor


Trondheim, Norway







What we do

We play a key role in the realization of the wireless future. We remain passionately committed to ultra-low-power wireless technology done right. Our award-winning Bluetooth Low Energy solutions pioneered ultra-low power wireless, making us the global market leader. Our technology range was later supplemented by ANT+, Thread, and Zigbee, and in 2018 we launched our low-power, compact LTE-M/NB-IoT cellular IoT solutions to extend the penetration of the IoT. The Nordic portfolio was further complemented by Wi-Fi technology in 2021. Our technology is used by world-leading brands in a wide variety of applications, including wireless PC peripherals, gaming, sports and fitness, mobile phone accessories, consumer electronics, toys, healthcare, and automation.

Latest Posts

In the future, the IoT will become ubiquitous with billions or even trillions of ‘things’ connected to the Cloud. These things aren’t just the PCs, servers, smart TVs, and smartphones traditionally associated with the Internet, they’re also small sensors and actuators

Building high-density IoT networks with cellular IoT and DECT NR+

As network reliability is increasingly tested by aging power infrastructure and the complex demands of renewable energy, cellular IoT provides timely solutions.

Ensuring distribution network reliability in the age of renewable energy

As the IoT matures, analysts forecast that NB-IoT and LTE-M (cellular IoT) are likely to become the dominant technologies for connecting local area networks (LANs) or standalone wireless devices over kilometer distances to the Cloud.

Cellular IoT dominates LPWANs

Bluetooth LE, Wi-Fi 6, and cellular IoT bring connectivity to low power IoT devices. The Nordic SoCs, companion ICs, and SiPs running these protocols are among the most power efficient wireless solutions on the market, extending devices’ battery life.

Inside the next generation of efficient and compact power management

Every day, the average person inhales a staggering 11,000 liters of air, amounting to more than 300 million liters over a lifetime (as reported by TheWorldCounts).

Smart wireless IoT systems for air quality monitoring

One of the biggest transformations happening in wireless IoT connectivity right now is the introduction of artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML).

Artificial intelligence and machine learning will transform the IoT