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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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Pending
28th July 2009
NXP - Dual Channel Class-D Amplifiers enhances vehicle audio entertainment

NXP has extended its leadership in vehicle audio entertainment, introducing a new family of dual channel Class-D amplifiers that deliver cutting-edge sound quality and energy efficiency. The new NXP TDF8599 Class-D amplifier family operates with maximum output power from 70 – 130 watts (250 watts mono), significantly reducing power dissipation in the vehicle head-unit when compared to traditional Class-AB amplifiers and ensuring more efficient ...

Analysis
24th July 2009
NXP Semiconductors Announces Second Quarter 2009 Results

NXP Semiconductors today announced second quarter sales of USD 857 million, a comparable increase of 26.2% from the first quarter of 2009. The increase in sales is mainly attributable to supply chain replenishment following a soft first quarter of 2009 and the continued impact of various, mainly Chinese, stimulus packages.

Analysis
22nd July 2009
NXP and Trusted Logic partner to drive NFC middleware integration

NXP and Trusted Logic today announced a partnership in which Trusted Logic will distribute and market the NFC middleware, which embeds the NXP Reference Implementation. This agreement will accelerate NFC deployment, with a faster time to market and skilled resources to support NFC middleware integration into NFC-enabled wireless devices.

Analysis
10th July 2009
NXP and TSMC Deliver 45nm Single-Chip Digital TV Platform

NXP Semiconductors and Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company, Ltd. have announced their cooperation to deliver the industry’s first single-chip 45nm global LCD TV platform, TV550. With NXP already delivering the engineering samples to its lead customers, NXP and TSMC have reached a major milestone in enabling the next generation of mainstream digital TV sets for TV manufacturers.

Power
8th July 2009
NXP Claims Breakthrough in MOSFET Performance with Sub 1 MilliOhm MOSFET in a Power S08 Package

NXP Semiconductors has announced an n-channel sub 1 milliOhm 25V MOSFET, PSMN1R2-25YL , boasting the lowest ever RDSon and best in class Figure of Merit. This is the lowest ever RDSon MOSFET in a Power-SO8 package (Loss Free package: LFPAK) and is an extension to NXP’s existing MOSFET portfolio. The newest generation MOSFET combines the high performance Power-S08 LFPAK package with latest Trench 6 generation silicon and offers numerous performa...

Analysis
7th July 2009
NXP and Siemens Collaborate on Pharmaceutical RFID Innovation

NXP today announced a collaboration with Siemens on an RFID-based supply chain pharmaceutical project designed to improve efficiency from manufacture to retail. Using NXP’s Application and System Center (ASC, formerly known as RFID Reference Design Center), a facility that provides real-life conditions for evaluating and optimizing RFID applications, the Siemens IT Solutions & Services team created a customized RFID system to ensure a high read...

Analysis
26th June 2009
NXP’s MIFARE DESFire EV1 Technology Receives Security Stamp of Approval

NXP has announced that its MIFARE DESFire EV1 smart card technology has received Common Criteria certification from the German Federal Office of Information Security. After successful evaluation regarding correct implementation of the promised security features and a series of rigorous penetration tests by an independent laboratory, NXP has become the first smart card IC manufacturer to achieve the Evaluation Assurance Level (EAL) 4+ rating for a...

Design
26th June 2009
NXP Launches Breakthrough New Online Design Tool for Power Management IC’s Compliant with PMBus Protocol Specifications

NXP Semiconductors has launched an innovative new web-based design and monitoring solution for power management ICs. To help designers keep development time as short as possible, the tool provides comprehensive online design support and technology to create a one-stop shop for the full design cycle.

Micros
16th June 2009
NXP Expands Lowest Cost ARM9 MCU Series

NXP Semiconductors has announced the expansion of its ARM9-based product portfolio with the addition of the LPC314x and LPC315x devices to the LPC31xx series. Built around a high-performance ARM926EJ processor core, the NXP LPC314x devices provide several new features over the LPC313x devices including an AES Decryption Engine and a secure One-Time-Programmable (OTP) memory. Running at 270MHz, the LPC314x also offer a 50 percent increase in speed...

Wireless Microsite
8th June 2009
NXP Boosts RF Innovation with Next Generation SiGe:C BiCMOS QUBIC4 Technology

NXP has announced its next generation radio frequency technology with its highly advanced QUBIC4 BiCMOS silicon devices delivering higher levels of integration and performance at high frequencies, all in a cost effective way. NXP's commitment to furthering the development of QUBIC4 BiCMOS will now enable future generations of RF products such as low noise amplifiers, medium power amplifiers and LO generators for e.g. mobile phones and communicat...

Wireless
8th June 2009
NXP Boosts RF Innovation with Next Generation SiGe:C BiCMOS QUBIC4 Technology

NXP has announced its next generation radio frequency technology with its highly advanced QUBIC4 BiCMOS silicon devices delivering higher levels of integration and performance at high frequencies, all in a cost effective way. NXP's commitment to furthering the development of QUBIC4 BiCMOS will now enable future generations of RF products such as low noise amplifiers, medium power amplifiers and LO generators for e.g. mobile phones and communicat...

Design
3rd June 2009
NXP Demonstrates 3-way Doherty Reference Design for More Energy Efficient RF Base Stations

Expanding its portfolio of industry-leading RF power solutions, NXP, the independent semiconductor company founded by Philips, today unveiled an efficient 3-way Doherty amplifier, enabling a new standard of energy efficient RF base stations.

Mixed Signal/Analog
2nd June 2009
NXP's High Speed Converters are Compliant to New JEDEC Interface Standards

NXP has announced a broad commitment to high-speed data converters featuring the new JEDEC JESD204A serial interface standard. The JEDEC-based data converters lead NXP’s forthcoming portfolio of new high-speed 16-bit Analog-to-Digital Converters (ADCs) and Digital-to-Analog Converters (DACs).

Analysis
2nd June 2009
LA Metro selects NXP’s MIFARE Plus Microcontroller IC for Ticketing

NXP has announced that Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (LA Metro) is the world’s first transport operator to implement NXP’s MIFARE Plus contactless technology for its automatic fare collection infrastructure. LA Metro, which already uses a MIFARE Classic-based system, is upgrading the Transit Access Pass, or TAP card, to include MIFARE Plus microcontroller smart card ICs. On an annual basis, LA Metro attracts approxi...

Pending
28th May 2009
NXP Expands its DisplayPort Portfolio with VGA Interface Enabling Easy High Definition Video Connection

NXP Semiconductors has announced a single-chip DisplayPort to VGA adapter IC with embedded flash, delivering a cost-effective, production-ready solution that improves the multimedia experience for mobile PC users. Based on its extensive DisplayPort portfolio, NXP and leading IC distributor, World Peace Industrial Group (WPI), also announced that NXP's DisplayPort to HDMI technology has been selected by a major ODM for its global notebook customer...

Analysis
26th May 2009
Half-Mini Card Triple-Mode Global Receiver for PC TV from NXP

NXP has introduced a triple-mode PC TV tuner in a low-power half-mini card form factor, providing access to the widest range of global content for an improved viewing experience. The new, integrated NXP SAA7231 single-chip solution combines simultaneous decoding and capture of analog and digital TV broadcast signals with sophisticated power management, while supporting Windows 7 with Quad-Pulse remote control standards.

Micros
26th May 2009
NXP Claims Industry’s Lowest Power Cortex-M3 based microcontrollers

NXP has introduced what it says is the industry’s lowest power 32-bit Cortex-M3 based microcontrollers, maintaining its commitment to innovation in energy-efficiency and further extending its broad range of ARM-based processors. The new NXP LPC1300 series, based on the Cortex™-M3 Rev2 core and designed for embedded 16 and 32-bit applications, operates at 70MHz and consumes approximately 200 µA per MHz, delivering advanced energy management a...

Analysis
19th May 2009
NXP appoints Rudy Stroh head of Identification Business

NXP Semiconductors has announced that Ruediger (‘Rudy’) Stroh will join NXP as General Manager of the identification business. “We have recruited a new leader and created a dedicated structure for our identification business as we believe it has significant potential for further growth in the mid and long term,” commented NXP Chief Executive Officer Rick Clemmer. “Rudy brings to us an ability to focus on innovation and customer wins whi...

Communications
14th May 2009
NXP Expands High Speed CAN Transceivers Portfolio

NXP Semiconductors has launched two new HS-CAN transceivers - the TJA1042 and TJA1051. Extending NXP's existing portfolio that includes the widely used TJA1040 and TJA1050, the new products offer a number of advantages over the current generation of HS-CAN transceivers. These include enhanced CAN functionality, improved performance, greater reliability, environmentally friendly packaging and reduced system costs. Both products have been approved ...

Analysis
14th May 2009
NXP Signs Final Agreement for the Re-industrialization of its Cote de Nacre Site

NXP has announced that a new company, named IPDIA, has been created to re-industrialize the company’s Cote de Nacre, France, facility. IPDIA, who is supported by the French Ministry of Economy, Industry & Labor and local authorities, and from a capital investment of more than 5 million Euros raised by a consortium of investors including NXP, is purchasing some of the assets from the Cote de Nacre plant (IP, patents and equipment) and is hiring ...

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