Today we announced the Thunderboard React developer kit, which removes some of the complexity that comes with IoT design. And last week we had the opportunity to visit with our customer, Techmor Inc., for an up-close look at how real-time sensing is being used in high-performance designs.
We’re upgrading our popular, award-winning Simplicity Studio software tools and giving them a whole new look. Simplicity Studio 4 will expand IoT support, have a redesigned software infrastructure, and will make for an overall better developer experience.
We’ve expanded the Wireless Gecko family and launched the first dual-band multi-protocol wireless SoCs as well as sub-GHz SoCs, giving IoT developers even more options for standards-based and proprietary wireless networks.
In honor of the National Week of Making, we introduce Part 1 of how to make your own PCB from the Maker's Guide to the IoT: MCU Edition. Learn how to speak the language of PCB design covering schematics and layout.
How do I know which products in the market will work with the product I'm developing? What is an ecosystem and how does it relate to IoT? This 4th installment of the blog series will help shed some light on the home automation ecosystems.
One of the ways we differentiate ourselves is through our superior customer support, and we take pride in getting the right answers to our customers quickly. Get to know one of our most valuable resources.
Join David Lynch on his journey to write a book on entry-level embedded development. This blog series will bring you up to speed on Silicon Labs´ EFM32 Gecko microcontroller family and quickly give you the “big picture” of turning computer code into electronics gadgets.
Silicon Labs turns 20 this year, and over the course of 2016 we’ll be taking a look back at how we got here, where we’re going, and meet some of the employees, partners, and customers that have helped shape us over the last two decades. Today we take a closer look at our office in Singapore and explore some of the city’s culture and history.
“We’re so excited to have you! We’ve never had an intern before! You’re our guinea pig!”
I walked in my first day with zero office experience, a LOT of nerves/excitement, and the vague expectation of doing some tech writing. I didn’t expect the work I would be doing, just how MUCH I would be learning… or the team I would be joining.
Today we're at Computex in Taipei unveiling a new reference design for the USB Type-C specification. As the next step in USB connectivity, Type-C makes life easier for end users by reducing the number of cables and enabling device interoperability. We, in turn, make like easier for developers.
A few weeks ago, Lars Lydersen shared his thoughts on steps the industry needed to take to improve IoT security, and this week applications engineer, Ken Berringer kicks off a series focused on these topics.