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Embedded World 2014: Silicon Labs Designs for the Internet of Things

Comments(0)Filed under: Internet of Things, IoT, embedded design, Embedded World 2014, Silicon Labs

NUREMBERG, GERMANY—Embedded World 2014 was as much about the Internet of Things (IoT) as it was about traditional automotive electronics. 

Silicon Labs engineers turned out to showcase a new enabling technology, the EFM32 Gecko microcontrollers, a platform of more than 240 MCUs built "from the ground up for low power."

Daniel Cooley, Silicon Labs' senior director of marketing for MCU and Wireless Products, talked with me about the MCU family and IoT trends:


Brian Fuller

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