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Silicon Labs Completes the Divestiture of Its Infrastructure and Automotive Business

Silicon Labs | July 30, 2021

Silicon Labs Completes the Divestiture of Its Infrastructure and Automotive Business
Silicon Labs announced today that it has completed the all-cash asset divestiture of its Infrastructure & Automotive business to Skyworks Solutions for $2.75 billion.

"I thank both companies' dedicated employees for completing a transformative transaction," Silicon Labs CEO Tyson Tuttle stated. "You have not only been a cornerstone of Silicon Labs' success but also a personal source of pride for my former infrastructure and automotive colleagues. At Skyworks Solutions, we wish you continued success."

The acquisition establishes Silicon Labs as a pure-play leader in secure, intelligent wireless connectivity. The company's leading wireless development platform, unrivaled product portfolio, award-winning security technology, and strong ecosystem allow it to capitalize on the global IoT market's growing diversity.

Silicon Labs intends to distribute about $2.0 billion to shareholders through a combination of special dividends and share repurchases from the net proceeds of roughly $2.3 billion after taxes and transaction costs.

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