29 Jun '17, 4pm

Silicon Labs Targets Internet of Things Decades From Now #IoT

Silicon Labs Targets Internet of Things Decades From Now #IoT

All the components already exist for billions of tiny computers to be worn on our wrists, embedded in traffic lights, and scattered around factories. But Tyson Tuttle, the chief executive of Silicon Labs, predicts it will take "multiple decades" to take full advantage of that Internet of Things. “The jet engine was invented in 1937 but it took fifty years for airplane networks to be deployed where we could jump on airplanes to get anywhere,” Tuttle said in an hour-long keynote last week at the Design Automation Conference in Austin, Texas. Tuttle, who assumed the chief executive role in 2012, offered a peek inside Silicon Labs’ strategy over the last seven years. The company has increasingly moved its business toward connecting everything from factory equipment to home appliances, taking $314.6 million from its Internet of Things business last year, up from $209 million in...

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