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The merger in April 2010 between NEC Electronics and Renesas Technology has given birth to Renesas Electronics.
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Microprocessors deliver performance with long term support

Microprocessors deliver performance with long term support
Renesas Electronics has introduced the RZ/G2 Group of 64-bit Arm Cortex-A57 and Cortex-A53-based microprocessors (MPUs) for industrial automation and building automation applications, as the second generation of the RZ/G Series. The four new RZ/G2 MPUs are supported by the Renesas RZ/G Linux Platform for industrial applications, bringing increased performance, reliability, security, and long term software support to mission-critical applications as well as standard applications with high quality requirements.
27th February 2019

Low power MCU group for industrial IoT endpoint devices

Low power MCU group for industrial IoT endpoint devices
Supplier of advanced semiconductor solutions, Renesas Electronics, has extended its high integration Renesas Synergy S5 microcontroller (MCU) series with the introduction of the entry-level S5D3 MCU Group. The four new S5D3 MCUs join the mid-range S5D5 and high-end S5D9 MCU Groups with similar S5 Series features integrated 120MHz Arm Cortex-M4 core and advanced security.
25th February 2019

Simplifying automation network extensions for smart buildings

Simplifying automation network extensions for smart buildings
Renesas Electronics has announced it has implemented KNX protocol on its G3-PLC powerline communication (PLC) solution. Based on the Powerline Modem Solution, Renesas will demonstrate a proof of concept at embedded world, 26th-28th February 2019 in Nuremberg, Germany, Booth 1-310 (Hall 1), to illustrate how to implement KNX networks and take advantage of the flexibility and efficiency offered by modern G3-PLC technology while eliminating the need for new network cable deployment.
19th February 2019


Collaboration brings to market enhanced LoRa module platform

Collaboration brings to market enhanced LoRa module platform
Renesas Electronics and Miromico have announced their collaboration that has produced the compact and low power FMLR-61-x-RSS3 module based on LoRa devices and wireless radio frequency technology. The new Miromico module enables customers to connect easily to LoRaWAN-based networks that are mushrooming across Europe. The new module employs the innovative Renesas Synergy Platform, giving customers access to microcontrollers and a large production-grade software package.
18th February 2019

Microcontroller balancing act demands a new process

Microcontroller balancing act demands a new process
  A new semiconductor process combines lower leakage with low standby current modes, writes Graeme Clark, Renesas Electronics Europe
9th February 2019

MCUs for high-temperature-tolerant motor control applications

MCUs for high-temperature-tolerant motor control applications
Supplier of advanced semiconductor solutions, Renesas Electronics, has announced the expansion of its RX24T and RX24U Groups of 32-bit microcontrollers (MCUs) to include new high-temperature-tolerant models for motor-control applications that require an expanded operating temperature range.
5th February 2019

Digital isolators with superior radiation performance

Digital isolators with superior radiation performance
Supplier of advanced semiconductor solutions, Renesas Electronics, has introduced two plastic packaged, radiation-tolerant digital isolators that provide the highest isolation protection (2,500VRMS) from high voltage spikes in power supply stages and serial communications interfaces used in low Earth orbit (LEO) Small Satellites (SmallSats). 
4th February 2019

MCUs with advanced security achieve Amazon FreeRTOS

MCUs with advanced security achieve Amazon FreeRTOS
Renesas Electronics has announced the qualification of its RX65N Group of microcontrollers (MCU) with Amazon FreeRTOS, running on Amazon Web Services (AWS). The Renesas RX65N MCU lineup with Amazon FreeRTOS makes it easy for embedded designers to create a more secure end-to-end IoT cloud solution for sensor-based endpoint devices.
24th January 2019

Failure detection e-AI solution for home appliances

Failure detection e-AI solution for home appliances
Supplier of advanced semiconductor solutions, Renesas Electronics, has launched its Failure Detection e-AI Solution for motor-equipped home appliances, featuring the Renesas RX66T 32-bit microcontroller (MCU). This solution with embedded AI (e-AI) enables failure detection of home appliances due to motor abnormality.
22nd January 2019

Energy harvesting MCU provides batteryless solution to power ECG

Renesas' new Silicon on Thin Buried oxide based embedded controller shows how to harvest energy from smart materials that enable complex application such as an ECG monitor to operate without a battery.
10th December 2018

Sensor network gateway design solution for smart factory accelerated

Sensor network gateway design solution for smart factory accelerated
Supplier of advanced semiconductor solutions, Renesas Electronics Corporation, has introduced a new IO-Link master development kit to accelerate IO-Link-based application development for industrial networked devices in a smart factory. The development kit includes a board and pre-qualified sample software provided by TMG.
26th November 2018

SOTB-based embedded controller enables next step for energy harvesting

SOTB-based embedded controller enables next step for energy harvesting
  Batteries in IoT devices could be redundant as energy harvesting progresses with reduced active and standby current consumption in the RF70E embedded controller, based on Renesas Electronics’ silicon on thin buried oxide (SOTB) process technology.
16th November 2018

RXv3 CPU Core Powering Up New 32-Bit RX MCU Families

RXv3 CPU Core Powering Up New 32-Bit RX MCU Families
Renesas develop its third-generation 32-bit RX CPU core, the RXv3. The RXv3 CPU core will be employed in Renesas’ new RX microcontroller families that begin rolling out at the end of 2018. The new MCUs are designed to address the real-time performance and enhanced stability required by motor control and industrial applications in next-generation smart factory, smart home and smart infrastructure equipment.
15th November 2018

Embedded artificial intelligence highlighted at electronica 2018

Embedded artificial intelligence highlighted at electronica 2018
Embedded artificial intelligence (e-AI) is paving the way towards a safer, healthier, greener and smarter world. Renesas Electronics, a supplier of advanced semiconductor solutions, announced it will showcase its innovations that are transforming the embedded design landscape at the electronica trade fair, which takes place November 13-16, 2018 at the Munich Trade Fair Centre. 
8th November 2018

Renesas Electronics Simplifies Satellite Subsystem Design

Renesas Electronics Simplifies Satellite Subsystem Design
Renesas announced the ISL70591SEH and ISL70592SEH radiation-hardened precision current sources designed to provide current excitation to the more than 300 resistive sensors that monitor the health of a satellite’s subsystems. The two new Renesas devices are the first current source ICs in its line of space products, and are ideally suited for telemetry, tracking & command, attitude & orbital control, and electrical power subsystem applications.
3rd November 2018

New Family Of Bidirectional Four-Switch Synchronous Buck-Boost Controllers

New Family Of Bidirectional Four-Switch Synchronous Buck-Boost Controllers
Renesas announced an innovative new family of bidirectional four-switch synchronous buck-boost controllers. The ISL81601 and ISL81401 are the industry’s only true bidirectional controllers that sense peak current at both ends and provide cycle-by-cycle current limit in both directions while in buck or boost mode.
25th October 2018

HMI- and Camera-Based Development

HMI- and Camera-Based Development
Renesas introduced a new design environment for its powerful RZ/A1 microprocessors to simplify and accelerate the development of rich human-machine interface- (HMI) and camera- and GUI-based applications, such as industrial equipment, building controls, home automation, medical devices, white goods, and video surveillance and video/fingerprint based access control.
22nd October 2018

Renesas Expands Access to Robust Portfolio of IP Licenses

Renesas Expands Access to Robust Portfolio of IP Licenses
Renesas is expanding access to its extensive portfolio of intellectual property licenses that allow designers to meet a broad range of customised customer requirements in a rapidly changing industry. Renesas has incorporated a broad range of IP into its microcontrollers and system on chip products spans, including central processing unit IP, communication interface IP, timer IP, memory IP, and analog IP. 
22nd October 2018

Bidirectional synchronous buck-boost controllers sense peak current

Bidirectional synchronous buck-boost controllers sense peak current
Advanced semiconductor solutions supplier, Renesas Electronics, has announced an innovative new family of bidirectional four-switch synchronous buck-boost controllers. The ISL81601 and ISL81401 are true bidirectional controllers that sense peak current at both ends and provide cycle-by-cycle current limit in both directions while in buck or boost mode.
10th October 2018

Bringing AI into embedded systems with intelligent endpoints

Bringing AI into embedded systems with intelligent endpoints
Renesas Electronics is expanding its range of embedded artificial intelligence (e-AI) solutions for incorporating AI into embedded systems by bringing intelligence to endpoints. Approximately 150 companies in more than ten countries worldwide are already conducting trials based on this technology, and there are more than 30 actual e-AI use cases underway. Renesas has now developed a new RZ/A2M MPU to expand the use of e-AI solutions to high end applications.
4th October 2018


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