Latest Würth Elektronik eiSos subsidiary AMBER wireless

by donpedro

AMBER wireless evaluation board. Image source: AMBER wireless

AMBER wireless GmbH has been part of the Würth Elektronik eiSos Group for half a year and very successful since then. The company from Trier selectively pursues new product development for the application areas of Internet of Things, Monitoring and Control, as well as Automated Meter Reading. Both companies assess the takeover as a major success. The number of customer activities has developed dramatically since the merger and the wireless module specialist is looking to fill numerous new jobs for skilled workers.

The Trier manufacturer of wireless modules in various frequency ranges and standards attracts new customers, not only with standard solutions, such as Bluetooth Smart and Wireless M-Bus, but, above all, with its products in the field of proprietary wireless stacks. With these wireless solutions, customer profit from the possibility of exerting a greater influence on factors such as package size, energy consumption, range or eavesdropping through individually adapted firmware than is possible in standards like Bluetooth and Wireless M-Bus – added value through customized production. The research and development department at AMBER wireless is also working increasingly on the development of new wireless modules for WiFi and 4G/5G.


CEOs of Würth Elektronik eiSos, Oliver Konz (left) and Thomas Schrott. Image source: Würth Elektronik eiSos

Outlook: Hannover Messe for the first time
Wireless modules are basic components in the extremely high-growth areas of wireless connectivity. In order to address further potential customers in these new fields of application, AMBER wireless is breaking new ground and is exhibiting at the Hannover Messe for the first time .


Oliver Opitz, new General Manager at AMBER wireless GmbH. Image source: AMBER wireless

Good fortune
“Integration of AMBER wireless is our good fortune. The expertise and the products, which the new colleagues contribute, support Würth Elektronik eiSos in a strategically crucial future segment. The leading-edge technology for industrial wireless networks supplements and expands our product portfolio superbly”, according to Oliver Konz and  Thomas Schrott, CEOs of Würth Elektronik eiSos Group.

Oliver Opitz, new General Manager at AMBER wireless GmbH, is enthusiastic: “AMBER wireless and Würth Elektronik eiSos are shaping the next technological era together.”


AMBER wireless M-Bus USB adapter, also available as a proprietary wireless module. Image source: AMBER wireless

AMBER wireless GmbH, founded in 1997, is a German electronics company, which has specialized in the development, manufacture and distribution of products for wireless data transmission. The company, part of Würth Elektronik eiSos Group since 2016, is one of the leading providers of low power ISM/SRD wireless solutions in Europe and offers highly efficient wireless modules in the Bluetooth or Wireless M-Bus standard as well as proprietary in the frequency ranges 169 MHz, 433 MHz, 868 MHz, 915 MHz and 2.4 GHz.                                                                                                          

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