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A 32-bit central processing unit (CPU) core based on the RISC-V instruction set architecture (ISA) has just been developed and tested by Renesas. This attains performance levels of 3.27CoreMark/MHz.
The RX23E-B from Renesas is the latest addition to the company’s portfolio of 32-bit microcontroller units. Alongside its RXv2-based data processing core, key elements incorporated into this device are its advanced signal chain support capabilities.
Renesas has informed the industry about it plans for future system-on-chip (SoC) and microcontroller unit (MCU) development in relation to the automobile sector.
onsemi’s Hyperlux image sensors are being utilised by Renesas in conjunction with its 64-bit R-Car V4x Arm-based SoC platform (and supporting simulation environment).
Through use of magnet-free 19-bit resolution dual-coil technology, the inductive position sensor (IPS) solution just announced by Renesas supports elevated levels of operational accuracy.
Through the formation of new interfaces, Renesas has been able to dovetail together its Reality AI Tools portfolio with the e2 studio integrated development environment (IDE).
Part of its RL78 microcontroller unit (MCU) family, the Renesas RL78/G24 is a 16-bit device based on a 48MHz processing core.
Robots, which have been mainly used in factories for manufacturing purposes, are rapidly spreading to the spaces where we live and work - with their application scope expanding dramatically.
Renesas has announced its plans to acquire Sequans Communications - a fabless producer of wireless semiconductors headquartered in Colombes, France.
Renesas has introduced a comprehensive space-applicable reference design for the AMD XQRVC1902 Versal adaptive system-on-chip (SoC).
Altium has been chosen by large-scale semiconductor manufacturer Renesas to become its technology partner - in order to assist it with standardised development of all PCB design projects.
3 new groups of microcontroller units (MCUs) intended for use in motor control applications have just been announced by Renesas.
Renesas has just confirmed that it has successfully completed its acquisition of Panthronics AG, an Austrian-located fabless semiconductor vendor specialising in high-performance wireless technology.
Renesas has announced that it has produced its first MCU based on advanced 22-nm process technology.
Renesas has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Panthronics in an all-cash transaction.
Renesas will present the first live demonstrations of AI and machine learning (ML) implementations on an MCU based on the Arm Cortex-M85 processor.
Renesas has introduced a groundbreaking new online, cloud-based IoT system design platform that enables users to build hardware and software graphically.
NXP has announced the EdgeLock SE051H, a secure element designed for Matter, adding to the industry’s broadest portfolio of Matter devices.
Renesas has developed four technologies for system-on-chip (SoC) devices for in-vehicle communication gateways.
Renesas has announced a new gate driver IC that is designed to drive high-voltage power devices such as IGBTs and SiC MOSFETs for EV inverters.