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Connectivity Not a Question of If, but How

Silicon Labs CMO Michele Grieshaber discusses how the decision to add connectivity shouldn't be taken lightly, and how the IoT can open up new avenues if learning and iteration is part of the product design process.



Employee Spotlight - Steven Cooreman

Meet Steven Cooreman, Silicon Labs Software Engineering Manager on the 32-bit MCU Software team. He is this week's Employee Spotlight. 


Employee Spotlight - Joe Brock

This week our Employee Spotlight is Joe Brock. Don't be fooled, Joe is not Silicon Lab's construction manager but rather our Director of Legal Affairs on the Corporate and Legal Services team!spotlight-blog1.jpg

Employee Spotlight – Lizi George

Next up in our Employee Spotlight series is Lizi George! Lizi began her career at Silicon Labs as a new college graduate in 2014. Since then, Lizi has been a valuable Applications Engineer on the Power Products team.


Employee Spotlight - Alex Hakkola

In the coming weeks, we'll be introducing you to some of our talented employees. First up is Alex Hakkola, who has been with Silicon Labs since 2014. 


5 Trends for the Smart Home from Computex 2017

Jason Rock, a strategist in our IoT division, recently attended Computex 2017 in Taipei and shares with us some of the key take-aways from the event.

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Embedded World Recap

We went full-tilt at Embedded World last week, announcing our latest Wireless Gecko products and showing off demos that highlight our capabilities in MCUs, multiprotocol functionality, as well as security and power management.

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How Much Do a Company’s Values Matter?

Silicon Labs CMO Michele Grieshaber reflects on the importance of corporate responsibility and the dangers that can arise when behavior is driven by what’s legal instead of what’s right.


A Focus on Simplicity Tops Our 2017 Resolutions

Silicon Labs CMO Michele Grieshaber shares one of the areas in which we’ll be focusing this year to continue to serve the industry and improve customer experience.

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CES 2017 Recap: In its 50th Year, CES Finds its Voice

We spent last week at the Consumer Electronics Show, and what a week it was. 2016 was clearly dominated by voice control. Here are or some thoughts on that and other observations from Skip Ashton, Silicon Labs' VP of software engineering.


Heading to Vegas for CES 2017

Nearly 180,000 people attended CES last year, and 2017 marks the event's 50th anniversary. Silicon Labs will be there, so stop by and see what we're up to. 


Friday Fun: Iliad of the Transistor

Engineering and art are kindred topics, leaning on one another where properties like time, space, form, and function have to be considered to deliver the best possible expereince. With that in mind, we'd like to share a poem from one of our very own engineers. We hope it starts your weekend off right. 

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Silicon Labs Opens Nasdaq

Our 20th anniversary celebration continues, with the senior leadership team ringing in NASDAQ trading this morning. 


20 Years of Building a More Connected World

Today is our 20th anniversary as a company and during the course of 2016 we’ve been taking a exploring some of the things that helped shape us into the company we’ve become. Here’s a look back at those stories and just a few of the highlights from the last two decades.more-connected-world-badge-photos-white.png

Days of Thunderboard Derby

Yesterday makers from companies across Austin came together for our Days of Thunderboard Derby. With killer designs and elevated technical modifications, the competition was fierce as teams competed to build the best derby car with the help of the IoT.