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Acquired bySilicon Laboratories
Price$170M
Date6/2013
TermsCash and Stock

General Information

Websiteenergymicro.com
Twitter@energymicro
CategorySemiconductor
Phone+47 23 00 98 00
Employees
Founded11/2007

Offices

Headquarters
Sandakerveien 118
P.O. Box 4633
Oslo, 0484, NOR

People

Boards of Directors

Funding

TOTAL $13M
FUNDING TOTAL $13M
Venture Round, 3/2010
Northzone
Investinor
$13M

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Energy Micro

Energy Micro is a global provider of energy friendly microcontrollers and RF transceivers based on the ARM Cortex processor cores.

Consuming a quarter of the energy of competing products, the company’s ultra low power EFM32 Gecko MCUs and EFR4 Draco radios target energy sensitive applications, including smart metering, building automation, security systems and portable heath and fitness equipment. The products are supported by Energy Micro’s Simplicity Studio, an easy-to-use software console helping to reduce embedded system development times.

Energy Micro’s mission is to develop, market and sell the world’s most energy friendly microcontrollers and radios, based on modern and powerful microprocessor architectures.

The company is founded by experienced semiconductor professionals with previous experience from successful semiconductor companies.

Recent Milestones

Videos

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Providing EFM32 … the world’s most energy friendly microcontrollers

Added: 4/8/12
Above:

EFM32: energyAware Profiler enables energy efficient Cortex-M3 code

Added: 4/8/12

Screenshots

Energy Micro screenshot
Above: Simplicity Studio for ARM Cortex-M EFM32
Uploaded: 7/12/12
Energy Micro screenshot
Above: EFM32 Gecko MCU families
Uploaded: 7/12/12

Products

EFM32 Gecko Cortex-M3
EFM32 Giant Gecko Cortex-M3
EFM32 Leopard Gecko Cortex-M3
EFM32 Tiny Gecko Cortex-M3
EFM32 Wonder Gecko Cortex-M4F
EFM32 Zero Gecko Cortex-M0+

Sources

  1. Silicon Labs to Acquire Norway's Energy Micro for About $170M (pevc.dowjones.com) [edit]
  2. AltAssets (altassets.com) [edit]
  3. Launching the EFM32 (facebook.com) [edit]
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