Wi-Fi is the most widely used wireless standard in use today, but only recently has it emerged as a viable option for IoT applications. That changed when Wi-Fi 4 made the standard more cost and energy-efficient. As more and more devices are introduced that rely on low-power, low-cost, and small size – while also requiring cloud connectivity – Wi-Fi developers need tools that allow them to focus on their products instead of the wireless design.
In this whitepaper, Silicon Labs explores how Wi-Fi is emerging as a viable choice for IoT devices and how developers can bring low-power and high-performance designs to market quickly.
Download the whitepaper.