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Silicon Labs to Exhibit Ultra-Low-Energy Solutions for the Internet of Things at Embedded World 2014

January 29, 2014

Silicon Labs, a provider of high-performance, analog-intensive, mixed-signal ICs, said that it will showcase an array of semiconductor, software and systems solutions for the Internet of Things (IoT) at Embedded World 2014 in Nuremburg, Germany, Feb. 25 - 27

Targeting connected device applications for the IoT, the company said that it will demonstrate its latest energy-friendly ARM based microcontrollers (MCUs), ZigBee and sub-GHz wireless connectivity solutions, high-accuracy sensors and its next-generation embedded development platform.

"The embedded industry recognizes that 2014 will be the year of the Internet of Things," said Geir Forre, senior vice president and general manager of Silicon Labs' microcontroller products. "The next wave of connected devices will require energy-friendly MCUs that extend battery life to months and years, wireless solutions for both mesh networking and point-to-point connectivity, and a profusion of low-cost, highly accurate sensors that deliver invaluable data to help make our lives easier, safer, healthier and more enjoyable. These silicon solutions exist today, and Silicon Labs is eager to share them with developers at Embedded World."

More information:

www.silabs.com

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