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March 18, 2020
Category: Corporate

During this COVID-19 crisis, it may be necessary for you to work from home for periods of time. These are just some preparatory guidelines. Because your situation is temporary, it is tempting to set up your laptop on the dining room table, thinking how easy it will be to get a cup of coffee and keep an eye on things...

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December 5, 2017

Not long ago, I wrote here on what I regard as the four dimensions of the human-interface revolution: interaction, personalization, contextual awareness, and omnipresence. Those four dimensions, not coincidentally, also portray the scope of the Synaptics vision: advancing the...

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April 17, 2017
Category: Corporate, CEO

It seems like just yesterday that, in this same blog space, I was calling attention to a significant Synaptics milestone – the fact that we’d just shipped the four-billionth unit of our renowned human-interface solutions. In reality it was less than a year ago, and in that remarkably short time we’ve reached the next milestone – another billion units. Remember: It took Synaptics nearly 16 years to ship the first billion....

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August 11, 2016
Category: Corporate, CEO

On Wall Street, a company’s quarter-to-quarter and year-to-year growth is arguably the most common measurements of its success. Revenues and earnings certainly do give a picture of performance, good or bad, but one often overlooked metric of success is the number of units shipped. We’re proud with the fact that we recently shipped the 4-billionth unit of Synaptics’ storied human-interface solutions.

To put this significant achievement...

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June 13, 2016

1.3 billion years ago two black holes collapsed and merged, emitting a burst of energy orders of magnitude greater than anything our sun could ever generate. Today, that energy continues to propagate in the form of gravity waves, literally stretching and squeezing the very fabric of space. These displacements are incredibly small, making them impossible to observe. That is until September 14, 2015, when twin Laser Interferometer...

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