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Renesas

  • Renesas Electronics Europe GmbH Arcadiastr. 10 40472 Duesseldorf Germany
    United Kingdom
  • +49 (0)211 6503-0
  • http://www.renesas.eu

The merger in April 2010 between NEC Electronics and Renesas Technology has given birth to Renesas Electronics.
As a semiconductor manufacturer, we strive to be the first to meet the needs of our customers worldwide with the aim of becoming one of their most trusted partners.

Renesas Articles

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Analysis
18th September 2007
Renesas and Quantum partner to develop innovative capacitive touch sensing solutions

Renesas Technology and Quantum Research Group have announced that the two companies are collaborating to develop innovative capacitive touch sensing solutions. This agreement gives customers the benefits of QRG’s expertise and innovative QProx technology on Renesas’ MCU families, backed by their high quality, production capacity and supply chain reliability.

Design
17th September 2007
Ethernet microcontroller now supported by µC/OS-II Board Support Package

Renesas and its alliance partner Embedded Office have announced the immediate availability of a µC/OS-II Board Support Package (BSP) for the M3A-HS19G59 board. The board is based on the SH7619 device that features Ethernet MAC&PHY and a 160 DMIPS SH2 RISC CPU core, as well as many other peripherals. The device is comparable in cost to an Ethernet NIC with PHY and so offers the CPU and peripherals ‘for free’, in comparison.

Micros
31st August 2007
3V micros provide fully integrated solution for motor control

Renesas Technology Europe’s H8/36079LF microcontrollers offer a completely integrated solution for a wide range of applications, with everything on chip that users need, including oscillators, analogue inputs and timers. The micros are ideal for low cost motor control applications, including white goods such as washing machines and dishwashers, also industrial applications, and for compressors and fans.

Micros
17th July 2007
SH7203 microcontroller now supported by µClinux BSP

Renesas Technology Europe and Platinum Alliance partner MPC Data Limited, announce the availability of their µCLinux board support package (BSP) and tool chain for Renesas’ SH-2A-based microcontroller, the SH7203. The µCLinux BSP is fully compliant with Renesas’ RSK7203plus development board, and includes the drivers for the peripherals integrated in the SH7203. This allows developers to target a wide variety of applications requiring conne...

Analysis
13th July 2007
SH-Mobile software supports Windows Media Audio 10 Professional M0 Profile

Renesas Technology Europe has announced WMA Pro LBR Decode Middleware which will be available from August 2007. Intended for use in the development of applications for mobile phone handsets employing the SH-Mobile application processor, the software supports the M0 profile of the Windows Media Audio (WMA) 10 Professional audio compression technology developed by Microsoft Corporation. WMA Pro LBR Decode Middleware includes support for WMA 10 Pr...

Micros
6th July 2007
32-bit low power, highly integrated H8SX microcontroller enhanced with high-precision 16bit delta sigma A/D converter

Renesas Technology Europe has announced enhancements to its H8SX family of 32-bit CISC (Complex Instruction Set Computer) microcontrollers with the addition of the H8SX/1622 group, featuring a 50MHz maximum operating frequency, 50MIPS performance, and comprehensive on-chip peripheral functions. The enhanced family of micros offers a wide range of products ideal for varied systems in PCs and OA products, digital consumer, and industrial products ...

Design
4th July 2007
SH7712 microprocessor now supported by Linux 2.6 BSP

Renesas Technology Europe and its Platinum Alliance Partner MPC Data Limited have announced the immediate availability of a Linux Board Support Package (BSP) for the popular SH7712 Renesas 32-bit SuperH® microprocessor. The Linux BSP is targeted for the development platform MS7712SE01 that provides an excellent basis for engineers to design new products, shorten their development time and get products to market faster.

Micros
29th June 2007
Microcontrollers offer integrated solution for low cost motor control applications

With everything on chip that users need including oscillators, analogue inputs and timers, Renesas Technology Europe’s H8/36079GF group of microcontrollers offers a completely integrated solution for many motor control applications. The group provides the ideal solution for virtually any low cost motor control application, such as white goods including washing machines and dishwashers, low power motors for industrial applications, plus many ot...

Micros
28th June 2007
Starter kit for microcontrollers is said to simplify product development and reduce time to market

Renesas Technology Europe has expanded its line-up of Renesas Starter Kits with the introduction of three kits for use with its SuperH microcontrollers. Renesas’ low cost RSKs are user friendly and supplied with board, display, debugger and software, which comprise a complete kit that saves on product development time.

Micros
12th June 2007
Renesas extends its M16C platform

Renesas Technology Europe has announced 12 different M16C/64 group models and 20 different M16C/65 group models for car audio, home audio, and similar consumer products as well as industrial applications, as additions to the M16C Platform microcontroller1 lineup. Sample shipments will begin in July 2007 for the M16C/64 group and at the end of 2007 for the M16C/65 group.

Wireless Microsite
3rd June 2007
SoC solution for car navigation systems

Renesas Technology Europe today announced the SuperH family SH7775, an SoC solution designed for high-performance car information systems such as next-generation car navigation systems. Sample shipments will begin in July 2007. The SH7775 incorporates the SuperH family’s top-end SH -4A CPU core and is capable of high processing performance of 1GIPS (giga floating-point operations per second) or more. It is a high-performance SoC product that...

Wireless
3rd June 2007
SoC solution for car navigation systems

Renesas Technology Europe today announced the SuperH family SH7775, an SoC solution designed for high-performance car information systems such as next-generation car navigation systems. Sample shipments will begin in July 2007. The SH7775 incorporates the SuperH family’s top-end SH -4A CPU core and is capable of high processing performance of 1GIPS (giga floating-point operations per second) or more. It is a high-performance SoC product that...

Micros
3rd June 2007
32-bit microcontroller extending Renesas' M16C Platform

Renesas has announced the R32C/118 group of microcontrollers with on-chip flash memory, as part of the R32C/100 series. This new microcontroller group currently consists of two models, and is suitable for a wide range of applications, including industrial equipment and consumer electronics such as audio components. Sample shipments will begin in September 2007.

Micros
22nd May 2007
Renesas Technology to develop new CPU architecture for microcontrollers

Renesas has announced that it is in the process of developing a new CPU architecture that will provide revolutionary enhancements over previous generation microcontrollers (MCUs) in code-efficiency*1, processing performance (MIPS/MHz), and power consumption. Based on the new architecture, Renesas will offer two CPUs to address 16- and 32-bit markets, while maintaining compatibility with Renesas’ existing MCUs. The architecture will provide upgr...

Micros
20th April 2007
16-Bit dedicated contactless smart card microcontroller for payment and ID applications

Renesas Technology Europe has introduced the AE41R dedicated contactless smart card microcontroller for use in the payment and ID fields. Enabling lower-cost smart card implementation, the device is Renesas Technology’s first dedicated contactless smart card microcontroller. The AE41R is a member of the AE-4 Series incorporating a smart card microcontroller oriented AE-4 CPU core, and it includes an interface compliant with the ISO 14443 Type-...

Analysis
3rd April 2007
Renesas and ZMD to collaborate on 900MHz band ZigBee chipset

Renesas Technology Corp. and ZMD AG have announced a joint development agreement enabling Renesas to incorporate ZMD’s RF technology into Renesas microcontrollers (MCU) to develop a 900MHz band ZigBee chipset. Based on this agreement, the two companies will set up a collaborative development team with the aim of bringing a ZigBee chipset to market. The resulting advanced chipset is expected to accelerate the development of various types of IEEE...

Analysis
19th March 2007
Renesas ships billionth Flash MCU unit

Renesas Technology has announced that it has become the world’s first company to ship more than 1 billion microcontrollers with on-chip flash memory (flash MCUs). Renesas Technology is the No. 1 supplier* of flash MCUs worldwide, and MCUs are positioned as the company’s core product. Flash MCUs are known for their superiority because of their easy re-programmability of on-chip flash memory. Microcontrollers with on-chip flash help shorten d...

Analysis
12th March 2007
LG Electronics selects Renesas' RF chipsets for its new multimedia phones

Renesas Technology Europe has been selected by LG Electronics to provide its DRACO2D digRF EDGE RF chipsets for LGE’s latest multimedia phones. DRACO2D offers a very integrated solution, simplifying the use of EDGE RF in the phone and featuring auto calibration mechanism to ensure fast time to market.

Analysis
13th February 2007
Processor upgrades to Symbian OS 9.3

Renesas Technology Europe announces both that NTT DoCoMo, Inc., Renesas Technology Corp., Fujitsu Limited, Mitsubishi Electric Corporation and Sharp Corporation are developing SH-Mobile G2 single chip 3G platform, and also that the SH-Mobile G2 single chip 3G platform supports Symbian OS v9.3. Aimed at high end 3G smartphones the upgraded processors address the need for a standard OS platform for advanced applications, and also the increased d...

Wireless Microsite
9th February 2007
Big six to jointly develop platform for 3G mobile phone handsets

NTT DoCoMo, Inc., Renesas Technology Corp., Fujitsu Limited, Mitsubishi Electric Corporation, Sharp Corporation, and Sony Ericsson Mobile Communications, today announced that they plan to jointly develop a next-generation mobile phone platform1 for dual-mode handsets supporting HSDPA2/W-CDMA (3G) and GSM/GPRS/EDGE (2G). Development of the platform is targeted to complete during Q2, FY2008.

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