Our Bluetooth SoC and Module Selector Guide for consumer IoT applications like smart home, wearable, and connected medical devices, will help you pick the ideal Bluetooth chips for your next IoT design.
In fact, 5.4 billion Bluetooth-enabled IoT devices are expected to be shipped by 2023. However, succeeding in this intensely competitive market isn’t easy; it takes more than a myopic focus on-chip footprint or hardware specs. Today’s IoT products need to place an emphasis on protecting users’ privacy against constantly evolving security threats while delivering great user experiences through superior RF performance, smooth connectivity, long battery life, and cutting-edge software functionalities.
Developers also need to launch products faster to the market via a simplified development experience and maintain the installed base securely, over-the-air, throughout the product lifecycle. Powering hundreds of millions of Bluetooth-enabled IoT devices globally, Silicon Labs’ Bluetooth portfolio makes it possible to build energy-efficient IoT devices and applications quickly and maintain the product lifecycle securely using over-the-air firmware updates.
In addition to helping select the right part for your next project, this guide explores:
- Bluetooth’s Rapid Growth in IoT
- Why the Silicon Labs Bluetooth Portfolio is Ideal
- Bluetooth SoC and Module Selector Guide
- Bluetooth Application Examples