Silicon Labs’ microcontrollers and sensors are ideal for Internet of Things applications. These IoT applications sense their surroundings for long periods of time without external power and operator intervention. This webinar covers how the EFM32® family of Cortex®-M devices consumes the lowest energy while sensing analog signals with differentiated power modes and peripheral controls.
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MCU Marketing Manager in EMEA, Silicon Labs
Matt has worked with microcontrollers for over 15 years so he understands what makes a great MCU and what developers need to be able to work with them efficiently. Prior to joining Silicon Labs, he gained extensive design and development background in military avionics and had worked for ST Microelectronics and ARM. He has worked with ARM based microcontrollers since 2006 and deep experience with ARM Cortex-M based devices.