It is the company’s largest global centre for engineering and wireless connectivity innovation
Leading global IoT wireless technology company Silicon Labs recently inaugurated its new office at Salarpuria Sattva Knowledge City in Hyderabad, which is “one of the largest Indian Green Building Council (IGBC) platinum-rated campuses.” The company called this new office its fastest growing and largest wireless development centre, home to a talented team of hardware, software, and applications engineers.
At the inauguration ceremony, various dignitaries were present, including Shri Jayesh Ranjan, Principal Secretary of the Industries & Commerce (I&C) and IT Departments of the Telangana Govt, Matt Johnson, President, and CEO of Silicon Labs, Manish Kothari, Senior VP at Silicon Labs India, the Silicon Labs executive leadership team, and other eminent industry leaders.
The President and CEO of the company, Matt Johnson commented on the occasion, “Hyderabad marks our growing commitment to supporting the development of India and the greater Asia Pacific region. Silicon Labs Hyderabad is fast becoming the leading IoT wireless technology centre in the region. For 15 years, Silicon Labs has been investing time, talent, and resources into building an unprecedented platform to support the broadest set of wireless technologies, standards, and ecosystems worldwide. Our Hyderabad wireless development centre is instrumental to our innovation and growth.”
It is noteworthy that a few months back, the company called over 500 employees back into their new Hyderabad office, and it aims to grow to 1,500 employees by 2025. Moreover, the company also partnered with the Union Ministry of Electronics & Information Technology (MeitY), the Government of Telangana, and the European Business and Technology Centre (EBTC) to set up the Smart City Living Lab at the International Institute of Information Technology – Hyderabad (IIIT- H).
Austin-headquartered Silicon Labs deals with integrated hardware and software platforms and intuitive development tools to build advanced industrial, commercial, home, and life applications. It claims to help developers solve complex wireless challenges throughout the product lifecycle and get to market quickly with innovative solutions that transform industries.