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Homes are much more than they used to be. Take advantage of our secure, reliable, and robust Smart Home solutions. 

While homes will always be a place to live, they are quickly becoming more -- from remote offices to grocery delivery points to virtual doctor’s offices. Digital services are immersed into homes, bridging the gap with the outside world and allowing things to be controlled digitally. Sensors collect real-time data continuously to automate lighting, heating, and appliances, minimizing energy consumption while maximizing convenience. Secure, seamless wireless connectivity is paramount in making homes smarter. 

Growth in Smart Home 

Smart Locks

The global smart lock market, valued at USD $1.4 billion in 2021, is expected to expand at a CAGR of 21% until 2028.   

LED Bulbs

The global smart LED bulb market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 23% and reach USD $14 billion in 2023. 


The global light control switches market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 10% and reach USD $12 billion by 2027. 


The smart home IoT sensor market is expected to grow at a +16% CAGR 2019 – 2026 based on ABI research.

What Smart Home Users Need From IoT  


Homes are supposed to be the safest place to live, but IoT devices can introduce a security threat. Users expect devices entering their home and connecting to the network to be secure throughout the lifetime in use. A single breach is enough to lose their trust.

Wireless that works

Users want smart home devices to connect seamlessly and smoothly throughout the lifetime of use, regardless of the location and circumstances. Obstacles or intermittent connection can frustrate the user and affect the brand.


With a vast number of smart home ecosystems available, users simply want devices that talk to other devices in their ecosystem without a hassle. Although the ecosystem software versions are changing frequently, users want to keep their devices connected.

Useful and Affordable Devices

Smart home devices are not vanity gadgets anymore; they must fulfill a real-life need at an affordable price. Device makers must develop a blockbuster IoT product and keeping it shipping for years to come despite evolving regulations, standards, and ecosystems.

How to Meet IoT Product Lifecycle Challenges

To succeed in the intensely competitive smart home market, it is not enough to just develop and launch products to the market. With the continuously evolving software, security and wireless ecosystems, you must consider how to manage the entire IoT product lifecycle, from design to decommissioning, while meeting the user requirements every single day.

Explore Our Smart Home Solutions


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Tuya Smart Brings No-Code IoT Development to Anyone Using Silicon Labs’ Wireless Solutions

LEEDARSON Chooses Silicon Labs MG24 Wireless SoC and Matter to Simplify IoT Development

Matter - How to Go from Smart Home Silos to One Unified Wireless Ecosystem

Smart Home Development Series

Omdia Smart Home Market Dynamics Report

The Future of Wi-Fi in Low-Power IoT Devices

Smart Home: Works With Any Ecosystem

The Future of Smart Home Design

Preparing for Next Gen Cyber Attacks on IoT

Flipping the Switch on Smart Connected Lighting

Z-Wave 700: Unlocking Smart Home Potential

Enhancing Smart Lighting with 802.15.4 Mesh, Bluetooth & Multiprotocol 

Project CHIP is now Matter. Together we're leading the future of IoT

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