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  • Silicon Laboratories is an industry leader in the innovation of high-performance, analog-intensive, mixed-signal ICs. Developed by a world-class engineering team with unsurpassed expertise in mixed-signal design, Silicon Labs%u2019 diverse portfolio of highly-integrated, easy-to-use products offers customers significant advantages in performance, size and power consumption. These patented solutions serve a broad set of markets and applications including consumer, communications, computing, industrial and automotive.
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  • Silicon Labs Power Management ICs Reduce Power And Cost For Power Over Ethernet Equipment
  • For compact systems of eight ports or less, the Si3480 power manager provides a pin-programmable, stand-alone solution that does not require an interface to an intelligent host, making it ideal for unmanaged switches or other applications in which the user wants full-featured active power management without having to write or integrate system software.
  • January 05, 2011
  • Silicon Labs Enters Human Interface Market With Complete Suite Of Sensing Solutions
  • The QuickSense Studio Configuration Wizard simplifies the integration of human interface technologies in end products, allowing engineers to set up capacitive buttons, sliders and wheels, and ultimately touchscreens, by using an intuitive software GUI that generates all the C code required for the selected functions.
  • December 06, 2010
  • Silicon Laboratories Announces High Performance MCU in Only 2x2 mm2
  • An integrated 24.5 MHz precision internal oscillator and flexible UART baud rate generator allow UART communications over the full temperature and supply voltage range without the addition of a crystal. This saves cost, board space, and increases reliability.
  • November 15, 2010
  • Silicon Labs Expands Family of Automotive-Qualified Microcontrollers
  • Offering a CPU throughput of up to 50 MIPS, the F5xx family enables real-time computations instead of look-up tables, which reduces code size. Signal processing algorithms can be implemented in real-time, reducing the need for external filtering components, which in turn lowers system complexity and cost.
  • November 10, 2010