US-based Silicon Labs opens new office in Hyderabad

Earlier this year, Silicon Labs welcomed nearly 500 employees back into their new Hyderabad office. It plans to grow to 1,500 employees by 2025.

By Newsmeter Network  Published on  30 Sep 2022 10:01 AM GMT
US-based Silicon Labs opens new office in Hyderabad

Hyderabad: US-based Silicon Labs, a semiconductor manufacturing company, inaugurated its new office in Hyderabad, located at Salarpuria Sattva Knowledge City.

This will be Silicon Labs' largest global centre for engineering and wireless connectivity innovation. With its expansion in Hyderabad, Silicon Labs can continue to grow its talented team by developing cutting-edge IoT wireless products and solutions that are advancing industrial, commercial, and home and life applications.

The new office was inaugurated by Jayesh Ranjan, Telangana principal secretary (I&C and IT), along with Matt Johnson, president and CEO of Silicon Labs, Manish Kothari, senior vice-president of Silicon Labs India, the Silicon Labs executive leadership team, and other eminent industry leaders.

Earlier this year, Silicon Labs welcomed nearly 500 employees back into their new Hyderabad office. It plans to grow to 1,500 employees by 2025.

Appreciating the work of Silicon Labs towards creating a secure, connected, and intelligent wireless ecosystem, Jayesh Ranjan said, "I feel proud to see Hyderabad rapidly becoming the top investment destination for the global technology sector. The government of Telangana has successfully created a thriving environment for global companies to access and engage the best talent in the country."

Matt Johnson, the president and CEO of Silicon Labs, said, "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."

Manish Kothari, the senior vice-president of Silicon Labs India, said Silicon Labs India lies at the nexus of cutting-edge technology and digital transformation. "We are pleased to expand our team in Hyderabad. We will use our extensive experience to connect with the local community and open doors for the city's competitive talent pool," he said.

He added, "Our Hyderabad location will be a centre of excellence for integrated hardware and software platforms, user-friendly development tools, and an unsurpassed ecosystem of new wireless technologies to boost innovation and automation for our customers."

Smart City Living Lab

Silicon Labs is also the founding corporate partner of the Smart City Living Lab set up at the International Institute of Information Technology–Hyderabad (IIIT–H) in collaboration with the government of India's ministry of electronics and Information Technology (MeitY), the government of Telangana, and the European Business and Technology Centre (EBTC). Silicon Labs and IIIT-Hyderabad will launch India's first campus-wide Wi-SUN network at the IIIT-H Smart City Living Lab on 29 September.

The network will serve as an innovative street-lighting application with 30 built-in network nodes connecting the campus street lamps for remote monitoring and control.

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