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Silicon Labs aims to be one-stop timing shop

5/17/2011 00:21 AM EDT
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elctrnx_lyf
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elctrnx_lyf   5/21/2011 6:33:03 PM
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This is definitely a right strategy to develop in the future. Clock is one requirement which is universal for any circuit board whether it is analog or digital or even power supply.

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goafrit   5/19/2011 5:26:36 PM
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They seem to have a lot of momentum moving forward.

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R_Colin_Johnson   5/18/2011 10:49:55 PM
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Silicon Labs is one of the few semiconductor makers I know who actually expanded during the recession. SiLabs expanded their product portfolio through acquisitions as well as by agressive technological R&D, such as their fractional multipliers and online customization tools. By growing their timing chip portfolio during the recession, now it is positioned to take the most advantage of a return to the current period of more normal growth.

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