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Why ZigBee?

ZigBee Continues to be the primary driver toward standardization and inseparability and will see further strong growth across many markets, account for almost 80% of total 802.15.4-enabled device shipments in 2018* - ABI July 2013

CEL'S Premier Sillicon Partner for ZIGBEE Solutions

Silicon Labs is a leading provider of ZigBee networking solutions, delivering a software stack built upon years of mesh networking expertise and the industry’s most advanced mesh networking software development tools. Silicon Labs’ ZigBee solution offers developers the fastest path to developing ZigBee-compliant products for the IoT including thermostats, wireless sensor networks, smoke/carbon monoxide detectors, connected lighting devices, control panels, wireless access points and gateways.

CEL'S ZIGBEE Expertise

CEL brings over 55 years of RF/Wireless design, development and sales experience to the ZigBee® Alliance. As a member of the ZigBee Alliance, CEL regularly participates in group meetings and communications events. CEL has access to ZigBee specifications, draft documentation and other deliverables, as well as voting rights within specific working groups and committees.

Control Your World with ZIGBEE®, the Most Reliable, Robust, Secure, Interoperable and Globally Accepted Wireless Standard

  • Reliable and Robust: Uses multi-hop mesh networking to eliminate single points of failure and expand the reach of networks.
  • Low Power: Battery-operated devices such as door and widow sensors can operate for up to seven years.
  • Secure: Uses a variety of security mechanisms such as AES-128 encryption, device and network keys and frame counters.
  • Global Standard: Built on 2.4 GHz which is available for unlicensed use anywhere around the world.
  • Inter-operable: Everything from joining a network to device operations like on and off are defined so devices from different vendors can work together seamlessly.

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