Silicon Labs wins GSA’s “Most Respected Public Semiconductor Company” for the second year in a row

Silicon Labs (NASDAQ:SLAB) takes the top spot among semiconductor companies achieving $500 million to $1 billion in annual sales at the Global Semiconductor Alliance (GSA) awards celebration held on Dec. 8 in Santa Clara, California.

“For the past 20 years, Silicon Labs has pioneered technologies that enable a more connected world, delivering design simplicity to our customers while improving lives and transforming industries,” said Silicon Labs CEO Tyson Tuttle. “We’re extremely proud the GSA recognizes our continued success as a leading supplier of silicon and software for the IoT and infrastructure markets.”

Annually, 275 GSA member companies cast online votes for semiconductor companies at various revenue levels based on best products, profitability, vision and future opportunities.

“GSA proudly recognizes Silicon Labs as the ‘Most Respected Public Semiconductor Company’ in its revenue category for the second year in a row,” said GSA President Jodi Shelton. “This repeat award highlights Silicon Labs’ strong reputation for innovation and solid financial performance.”

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