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Silicon Laboratories opens new unit in Hyderabad, plans to triple workforce

The new facility would be the largest global centre for Silicon Lab's engineering and wireless connectivity innovation

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The firm, with annual revenue of $886.7 million, designs and develops mixed-signal integrated circuits, microcontrollers, and sensors for the Internet of Things (IoT), and wireless connectivity devices such as Wi-fi, Bluetooth, and Z-Wave.

Sourabh Lele
Fabless semiconductor manufacturer Silicon Laboratories on Wednesday opened a new Research & Development (R&D) unit in Hyderabad, with plans to triple its headcount in India over the next few years.

The new facility would be the largest global centre for Silicon Lab’s engineering and wireless connectivity innovations. It would help the company scale its IoT wireless products and solutions offering industrial, commercial, and home and life applications.

The firm, with annual revenue of $886.7 million, designs and develops mixed-signal integrated circuits, microcontrollers, and sensors for the Internet of Things (IoT), and wireless connectivity devices such as Wi-fi, Bluetooth, and Z-Wave.

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First Published: Sep 28 2022 | 6:40 PM IST

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