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Silicon Labs Hosts “Works With” Smart Home Developer Conference

AUSTIN, TX, USA – August 12, 2020 – Silicon Labs (also known as Silicon Labs, NASDAQ: SLAB), a leading provider of chips, software and solutions for a smarter, more connected world, today announced that it will Host “Works With” 2020 global event ( ). This livestreamed conference on global smart home technology will be open to thousands of engineers, developers and product managers around the world for free on September 9-10.

As the global demand for smart devices continues to grow, Internet of Things (IoT) developers are looking for more education and training to build compelling products that work seamlessly across smart home ecosystems, protocols, and wireless devices. Through technical training, panel discussions, and one-on-one sessions, Works With speakers from companies like Amazon, Comcast, Google, and Silicon Labs will train attendees how to design and deliver products that work with any smart home ecosystem Certified IoT solutions for use with wireless protocols.

“Silicon Labs is already a major supplier of chips, software and solutions for smart devices,” said Tyson Tuttle, CEO of Silicon Labs. “You’re going to see the next wave of IoT applications in the home, at work and in the city built on our partnership with On connected technologies created by a community of developers, design collaborators, and ecosystem partners. It’s exciting to see our vision for a smarter, more connected world come to fruition at the industry’s first Works With smart home event. With our With decades of experience in wireless technology, a strong investment in IoT, and a proven leadership in the smart home components market, Silicon Labs is uniquely positioned to educate developers and accelerate alliances with protocols, smart home ecosystems, Design companies, distributors and developers for industrial cooperation.”

At Works With, Silicon Labs will showcase a comprehensive range of IoT hardware, software and development tools and platforms that simplify the design of connected products and enable IoT device manufacturers to bring their products to market quickly. These products are competitive with leading low-power wireless capabilities and state-of-the-art security, and can easily scale to any smart home ecosystem including Amazon Alexa, Apple HomeKit, Google Home, Samsung SmartThings, Tuya Smart, As well as spanning multiple wireless protocols such as Bluetooth, Project Connected Home over IP (Project CHIP), Thread, Wi-Fi, Zigbee, Z-Wave and Proprietary.

“Connected homes and devices have never been more valued and needed,” said Matt Johnson, senior vice president of IoT at Silicon Labs. “The IoT industry is no longer limited to just the act of connecting things, we are now more focused on improving us with the world and with each other. so that Works With participants will have access to the latest training and tools to accelerate their projects. We do everything possible to provide IoT developers with the most efficient hardware and software tools to support them in building connected devices, This makes Silicon Labs the vendor of choice for the IoT developer community.”

  Hear from smart home leaders

Industry leaders bring you the latest product launches and technological innovations shaping the future of IoT.

Silicon Labs: Silicon Labs President and CEO Tyson Tuttle and IoT Senior Vice President Matt Johnson will share the company’s vision for the smart home market and announce new technologies.

· Google and Comcast: Grant Erickson, principal software engineer at Google, and Jim Kitchen, vice president of connected home devices and platforms at Comcast, will deliver keynote presentations on smart home devices, platforms and protocols.

Stacey on IoT: Veteran tech journalist and host of the popular podcast Stacey on IoT, Stacey Higginbotham, will moderate the panel discussion with smart home leaders on the Connected Home over IP project.

Experts in Smart Segments: Researchers in segments such as home construction and home care will share what the explosive growth of connected technologies means for these industries.

· More speakers will be announced at in the coming weeks.

  Expand technical capabilities

More than 40 industry seminars, you can choose to participate according to your professional level.

Deepen expertise: Experienced designers will conduct advanced training on topics such as security, energy harvesting, battery life, cloud computing, and environmental awareness.

Hands-on workshops on devices: Smart home engineers will teach hands-on sessions on how to use the latest technology to create real-world devices such as smart locks, sensors, light bulbs, and switches.

Professional Units: Amazon, Google, Apple HomeKit, Samsung and Z-Wave will lead professional technical units and host one-on-one developer sessions to share best practices for creating certified products.

  One-stop meeting with experts

Works With is the connecting hub for all components of the smart home ecosystem.

Platform partners: Amazon, Apple HomeKit, Google, Samsung, Tuya

Protocol experts: Bluetooth, ioXt, Project CHIP, Thread, Wi-Fi, Zigbee, Z-Wave

Supporting partners: Darwin Tech, Connected Development, eInfochips, JASCO and Paragon Innovations

Global channel partners: Arrow, Mouser Electronics, Symmetry Electronics, TTI

Device developers: Thousands of engineers from leading companies in the IoT ecosystem, including Qolsys, a Johnson Controls company

  Media and Industry Analyst Briefings

Media personnel and industry analysts will be invited to a briefing on Wednesday, September 9th from 11:30am -12:30am EDT / 8:30am – 9:30am PDT and a question and answer session.