Lora (Long Range) is the physical layer utilized to achieve Low Power, Wide Area Networks (LPWANs). The "LoRaWAN Certified™ Program" ensures the certified devices to meet the LoRaWANTM  standard and interoperate with other LoRaWANTM devices.


HDR10+is the royalty-free, open standard platform for High Dynamic Range (HDR). The technology optimizes picture quality for the next generation displays by adopting dynamic metadata, and also creates vivid image for better viewing experience.

The USB Implementers Forum (USB-IF) facilitates the development of high-quality compatible USB peripherals (devices) and USB compliance test development.

HDMI™ (High Definition Multimedia Interface) is the leading multimedia interface standard for the transmission of audio and video data on consumer electronics such as Blu-ray™ players, set-top box, TV monitors and digital video.

Ecosystem Validation Program that defines testing specifications for key components of external displays/ embedded displays, aims to ensure the certified displays/panels can properly work with Intel® platforms.

The Thunderbolt™ technology provides a fast interface solution for data transmission and peripheral connection. Thunderbolt™ is simple, faster and multifunctional.

DisplayPort is a digital display interface technology introduced to reduce display complexity and accelerate the adoption of secure signals technology for HD video display and transfer with optional digital content protection capability.

As the main institute that regulates standards for Wi-Fi®. The Wi-Fi alliance ensures Wi-Fi®. technologies are compliant and interoperable with continuing technologies based on the IEEE 802.11 standard.

Bluetooth wireless technology is a global short-range wireless standard that enables connectivity for a broad spectrum of electronic devices. The technology continues to evolve, building on its inherent strengths–small-form factor radio, low power, low cost, built-in security, robustness, ease-of-use and networking abilities.