Silicon Labs is excited to work with the world's leading IoT ecosystem providers to simplify wireless product development. Our solutions make it possible to create differentiated products for an expansive customer base by targeting these ecosystems.
Connect to the the ubiquitous network of Amazon Alexa devices.
Build smart home devices for one of the most iconic ecosystems.
Connect to Samsung SmartThings products for virtually any device.
Connect to the Xfinity Home Hub and let us help with ecosystem approval.
By developing IoT products for the most popular ecosystems, you can rapidly expand your customer base and take advantage of proven, trusted user experiences that are familiar to millions of consumers. These established ecosystems offer fully-tested software development processes, tools, and support to simplify development and reduce costs while helping to launch great products faster.
We're a one-stop-shop for developing products that work with the most prevelant ecosystems. This includes the wireless protocol stacks, tools, and support you need as well as Silicon Labs SDKs integrated into the ecosystem SDKs for a streamlined workflow, simplified development, and faster time-to-market.
We're excited to work with these ecosytem partners to simplify development to manufacturers can deliver end-user experiences that inspire adoption. Together, we're defining the future of these technologies and this perspective provides Silicon Labs with the insight into what's driving customer demand.
Develop products that add real value without reinventing the wheel with every project.
Create products consumers can trust to protect their data and help you strenghten your brand.
Wireless that just works. Focus on your applications and leave the wireless design to us.
People want to know that the products they purchase will work with things they already have.
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As consumers experience the benefits and convenience smart home devices bring to their lives, adoption is accelerating. But there's much more to this trend than being able to turn on lights and control your thermostat. Smart home applications are:
Home automation saves 15% on home energy costs. If all US homes adopted automation, carbon emissions would be reduced by >200 million metric tons per year.
Missing or inoperable smoke alarms play a role in nearly 3/5 home fire-related deaths. And homes with security systems are a 3X lower risk of invasion.
Smart medical devices, from clinical medical applications to fitness wearables, make healthcare more accessible for people around the world.