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The Secret to Tackling Three Human Interface Design Challenges

“Our lighting control systems require fast and accurate capacitive touch control and complex system management, all within a very tight power budget, and Silicon Labs’ F97x MCUs provided the most energy-efficient solution without any performance or functional trade-offs.” John Calagaz, Chief Technology Officer of Centralite  A capacitive touch sensing solution is an important tool in…

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Simplicity Studio takes another step forward to ease Internet of Things application development

What technologies are required to enable connected device applications for the Internet of Things (IoT)? Energy-friendly microcontrollers (MCUs), low-power wireless connectivity and smart sensors are among the key silicon components. Silicon Labs provides all of these enabling semiconductor technologies as well as something else that developers need to simplify their embedded designs: a comprehensive, easy-to-use…

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2014 Silicon Labs Summer Internship Kickoff

2014 summer interns in the Oslo office When the spring semester ends, interns come to our offices around the world to spend their summer with Silicon Labs’ skilled teams and work on exciting projects. Our interns not only have a chance to learn new skills and knowledge but also be involved in real projects. They…

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Key factors enabling smart home applications

In this blog post, Ted Batey, Sr. Marketing Manager for MCU products at Silicon Labs, shares insights into today’s smart home application development challenges and the latest breakthroughs in key technology enablers.  The smart home is a prime example of how utility, telecommunications and security service providers around the world are leveraging the power of…

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Internet of Things on-demand webinar

Don’t miss the opportunity to learn how to use Silicon Labs’ Internet of Things (IoT) solutions in your next design!  The technologies required to enable the IoT vary somewhat for each different type of connected device application. But fundamentally the technologies come down to sensing, actuation, processing and wireless connectivity. Silicon Labs’ microcontrollers and sensors…