Redefining low power

enabling large scale IoT applications

The Nanopower IC will be launched 2023

A whole new level of low-power to transform the performance of your products.

Everyone talks about low power

Chip manufacturers have successfully reduced the consumption of wireless communication to levels that have enabled the use of battery-powered devices in a variety of applications.

Nanopower redefines it

Nanopower has developed a technology that further reduces the power consumption of any wireless system. In periods without wireless communication, Nanopower consumes a fraction of what other alternatives can offer today.

Enabling large-scale IoT applications

Industrial IoT systems should be installed and forgotten, logging and transmitting data as long as needed. In reality, wireless sensors run out of battery power too fast. Nanopower enables value-creating solutions that are environmentally sustainable, operationally scalable, and cost-effective.

With close-to-zero power technology

The unique nP-Zero subthreshold technology opens up new opportunities by making devices operate in the nanoampere-range while still keeping monitoring and other functions intact. The technology is compatible with a wide range of wireless technologies and sensors.  


Nanopower has been granted NOK 6 million in research funding for innovative IC technology

The company was recently granted NOK 6 million in research funding from the Research Council of Norway for a project together...

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Nanopower @ Embedded World 2022, June 21-23, Nuremberg, Germany

Embedded world 2022 in Nuremberg, Germany – the global platform of the embedded community !

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Towards environmentally sustainable IoT solutions

The large growth in lithium-ion battery consumption is an increasing global environmental problem both due to resource use and waste generation.

78 million batteries from IoT devices alone, will have to be replaced daily by 2025, unless something is done

Nanopower directly addresses the environmental challenges by increasing battery life, resulting in smaller and fewer batteries, and less waste.

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