NXP Semiconductors Netherlands B.V.
NXP Semiconductors N.V. (NASDAQ: NXPI) enables secure connections and infrastructure for a smarter world, advancing solutions that make lives easier, better and safer. As the world leader in secure connectivity solutions for embedded applications, NXP is driving innovation in the secure connected vehicle, end-to-end security & privacy and smart connected solutions markets. Built on more than 60 years of combined experience and expertise, the company has 45,000 employees in more than 35 countries
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Glow neural network compiler for edge machine learning
NXP Semiconductors has released its eIQ Machine Learning (ML) software support for Glow neural network (NN) compiler, delivering an NN compiler implementation for higher performance with low memory footprint on NXP’s i.MX RT crossover MCUs.
Build a smarter world with WLAN and cellular technology
As next-generation wireless network infrastructure starts to be rolled out (both WLAN and cellular), there will be opportunities to support a much greater breadth of potential services. This will mean that the lifestyles of those residing in densely-populated urban environments can be markedly enhanced. By Mark Montierth, Vice President and General Manager, NXP Semiconductors
NXP secure edge-connected i.MX RT crossover processors
NXP Semiconductors has announced that its WiFi and WiFi/Bluetooth combos and i.MX RT MCU crossover processors are now supported within its MCUXpresso software, which dramatically simplifies product development.
NXP, Mastercard, and Xiaomi mobile payments into Europe
NXP Semiconductors, Mastercard, and Xiaomi have announced they are bringing more convenient and secure contactless experiences with mobile payents to Russia as the first phase of a European-wide roll-out with NXP’s mobile wallet solution.
NXP HoverGames Challenge 2: Help Drones Help Others
NXP Semiconductors has announced HoverGames Challenge 2: Help Drones Help Others. The second installment of NXP’s challenge-based, interactive coding competition encourages developers to create drone and rover solutions for frontline support during pandemics.
Employing explainable AI in the COVID-19 fight
Examples of artificial intelligence (AI) are all around us. We probably use AI more than we think and, in many ways, take it for granted. Our smartphone assistant is an excellent example of AI. Likewise, face recognition has become a standard unlock feature on new smartphones. However, the technology still requires refinement in critical applications where machine learning (ML) errors could prove costly. Here, Electronic Specifier speak to Gowri ...
TSMC 5nm process for next generation automotive platform
NXP Semiconductors and TSMC have announced a collaboration agreement to adopt TSMC 5nm process technology for NXP’s next generation, high-performance automotive platform. This collaboration combines NXP’s automotive design expertise with TSMC’s industry-leading 5nm technology to further drive the transformation of automobiles into powerful computing systems for the road.
MIFARE DESFire EV3 IC for contactless smart city services
NXP Semiconductors has announced its new MIFARE DESFire EV3 IC that ushers in next-generation performance, advanced security and integration of mobile services for a new era of security and connectivity in smart city services.
NXP shareholders elect Kurt Sievers as CEO
NXP Semiconductors has announced that at its Annual General Meeting of Shareholders (AGM), shareholders overwhelmingly approved the appointment of Kurt Sievers, 51, as an executive director and the company’s Chief Executive Officer, effective immediately.
NXP RF front-end solutions in Xiaomi Mi 10 smartphones
NXP Semiconductors has announced that its most recent radio frequency front-end (RFFE) solution, designed with WiFi 6 standards, is now designed into the Xiaomi Mi 10 5G smartphone.
KW39/38/37 MCUs with enhanced Bluetooth capabilities
NXP Semiconductors has announced the availability of new devices within its KW3x family of microcontrollers (MCUs). The new KW39/38/37 MCUs add Bluetooth 5.0 long-range capabilities and expanded Bluetooth advertising channels.
K32W061/41 delivers ultra-low power smart home devices
NXP Semiconductors N.V. has introduced the K32W061/41, its new family of ultra-low power, multiprotocol wireless microcontrollers (MCUs).
Partnership supplies RF Front-end ICs for WiFi 6 Modules
NXP Semiconductors has announced it has collaborated with Murata, a system-in-package integrator for 5G mobile platforms, to deliver radio frequency (RF) front-end modules designed with the latest WiFi 6 standards.
WiFi 6 portfolio accelerates adoption across IoT
NXP Semiconductors has announced the availability of a comprehensive WiFi 6 (802.11ax) portfolio, which significantly expands the number of products and markets able to adopt the latest WiFi standards.
Intelligent device development streamlined with RTOS
NXP Semiconductors has expanded its partnership with Microsoft to bring Microsoft Azure RTOS, a comprehensive real-time operating system, to a broader range of processing solutions from its EdgeVerse portfolio.
Arm ethos U-55 machine learning accelerators
NXP Semiconductors have announced its lead partnership with Arm for Ethos-U55 microNPU (Neural Processing Unit), a machine learning accelerator targeted at resource-constrained industrial and IoT edge devices. As an industry-leading innovator of microcontrollers (MCUs), NXP intends to implement Ethos U-55 in its Cortex-M based microcontrollers, crossover MCUs and real-time sub-systems in applications processors.
Free micro CANopen libraries for microcontrollers
Embedded Systems Academy (EmSA) and NXP Semiconductors have announced the integration of the free-to-use EmSA Micro CANopen libraries into the NXP MCUXpresso Software Development Kit (SDK) for developing with NXP’s microcontrollers (MCU) and crossovers based on Arm Cortex-M.
Crossover Microcontroller offers advanced security
NXP Semiconductors has announced market availability of the i.MX RT600 crossover microcontroller (MCU) family, a solution for ultra-low power, secure edge applications including audio, voice and machine learning. The i.MX RT600 crossover MCU provides optimal balance in power, performance, and memory.
Ultra-wideband chip turning smartphones into car keys
NXP Semiconductors has announced an addition to its UWB portfolio with a new automotive UWB IC. UWB provides precise, secure, real-time localisation capabilities unrivalled by other wireless technologies such as WiFi, Bluetooth, and GPS. The technology is designed to give spatial awareness to UWB-equipped cars, mobiles, and other smart devices, to enable cars to know exactly where the users are.
Common criteria certification for standalone V2X secure element
NXP Semiconductors has announced that its Secure Element for V2X is now Common Criteria certified by the Netherlands Common Criteria Certification Scheme (NSCIB). The designation makes the NXP SXF1800 the first standalone automotive-qualified Secure Element for V2X applications to receive the Common Criteria EAL4+ certification, a prerequisite for participation in a common European V2X system.