It was a big week for us in Nuremberg, where we announced several new products designed to simplify the process of adding connectivity to your applications. These include our new Wireless Gecko portfolio, which includes our new Blue Gecko Bluetooth Smart SoC, and our new Wizard Gecko WGM110 Wi-Fi module.
The only thing more fun than showing these off for thousands of show attendees, was the response we received. Here are some of the highlights from the past few days.
“The value a chip company like Silicon Labs brings to IoT is no longer just about chips.” - Embedded.com
Here's an interview with Embedded Computing Design's Rich Nass did with Daniel Cooley:
Here’s an interview Power Systems Design’s Alix Paultre did with Daniel Cooley about Wireless Gecko:
EETimes wrote about how the new Wireless Gecko portfolio stacks up against the competition.
"With a higher performance processor and greater memory, the Wireless Gecko will likely support a wider range of applications and target more single chip solutions." - Tom Hackenberg, IHS Technology.
Electronic Design covered the news and showed off the wireless starter kit.