ClarinoxBlue, the most comprehensive Bluetooth® stack solution in the embedded market


ClarinoxWiFi, our complete WiFi stack solution


ClariFi, our debugger and protocol analyser


Hardware modules and kits for IoT and wireless technology developments

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Bringing wireless connectivity to radio communications

When Harris Corporation, one of the largest technology companies in the USA, went looking for a partner to add a Wireless Personal Area Network to their highly success Harris RF-7850S radio, it found the solution in Melbourne, Australia. Clarinox Technologies is an innovative specialist in the development and integration of wireless embedded systems. The partnership between Harris and Clarinox resulted in a market changing radio capability.


Fishing for a smarter solution

When Navico, known for unsurpassed quality and innovative products, went fishing for a smarter connectivity solution, they chose ClarinoxBlue dual mode Bluetooth® protocol stack.


Exploring new product developments

When the going gets tough, Clarinox steps up. Why Logitech chose Clarinox as their preferred wireless supplier when exploring new markets.


Next Generation In-Vehicle Infotainment (IVI)

At Daimler AG we always monitor innovative Technologies. --Markus Hammori (HMI Architecture and Instrument Cluster, Daimler AG)




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