What is the ULE Alliance for and who are the members of the Alliance?


The ULE Alliance was formed in January 2013 by the DECT Forum, with the support
of promoter companies Dialog Semiconductor, DSP Group, Gigaset and
VTech; its primary goal is to establish ULE Technology as the world’s leading
technology for the wireless home and building.
ULE Alliance develops the ULE Certification program. This program is targeted to assure perfect interoperability of different ULE devices, which may be developed
by different manufacturers.
ULE Alliance membership has grown quickly reflecting both the technical benefits
of the technology and the market interest. As of October 2013 ULE Alliance
had 40 registered members. Members are companies from the telecommunications
industry including chip vendors like DSP Group, Dialog Semiconductor
and Lantiq.