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Last ¥691.00 JPY
Change Today +2.00 / 0.29%
Volume 359.2K
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Renesas Electronics Corporation engages in the research, development, design, manufacture, sale, and servicing of semiconductor products worldwide. It offers microcontrollers and microprocessors; power devices, such as power MOSFETs, IGBTs, intelligent power devices, thyristors and triacs, transistors, and diodes; and analog and mixed signal products, including ICs power management, driver ICs, and analog ICs for automotive applications, as well as ICs for leakage detection, audio, computing and peripherals, ICs for cameras, ICs for graphic controllers, and interfaces. The company also provides general-purpose linear and logic analog ICs; RF devices; optoelectronics comprising photo couplers, solid state relays, fiberoptic devices, and Blue-Violet lasers; LSIs for automotive and factory automation; memory products comprising SRAM, EEPROM, low latency DRAM, and TCAM; and ASIC products consisting of gate arrays, cell-based ICs, analog masters, mixed signal ASICs, customizable MCUs, and programmable XBridge. In addition, it offers USB power delivery controllers; LSI for communications and mobile devices; and Renesas synergy platform. The company was founded in 2002 and is headquartered in Tokyo, Japan.

21,083 Employees
Last Reported Date: 06/24/15
Founded in 2002

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Renesas Electronics Introduces RZ/G Series HMI Solution for Multiple-Image Processing and 3-D Graphics Tasks

Renesas Electronics announced the availability of the RZ/G microprocessor (MPU) Series, which enables rapid development of high-performance Linux and Android applications. Designed for industrial, home appliances, and office equipment employing a human machine interface (HMI), the RZ/G Series extends the capabilities of the successful RZ/A Series MPUswhich supports 2D graphics at up to WXGA resolutionto deliver high-end performance in applications such as image processing, video sensing, and 3-D graphics and multimedia at up to 1080p resolution. Key features of the new RZ/G Series: High performance for enhanced UI expressiveness and video sensing The new RZ/G Series of MPUs utilizes Renesas' proprietary Full HD video codec (processing up to 1080@60) in addition to the PowerVR SGX540 (RZ/G1E) or PowerVR SGX544MP2 (RZ/G1M) 3-D graphics core from Imagination Technologies Limited. These intellectual property (IP) blocks make it possible to develop highly effective user interfaces (UI) on products ranging from hand-held medical devices to digital signage by incorporate elements such as simple still images, 3-D graphics, plus video content. This functionality improves UI expressiveness and adds value to new products. The RZ/G Series is comprised of two product versions: the RZ/G1E with dual ARM Cortex-A7 CPU cores operating at up to 1.0 gigahertz (GHz) and the RZ/G1M with dual Cortex-A15 CPU cores operating at up to 1.5 GHz. This range of high-end options lets customers tune their designs for either power or performance. Each RZ/G device includes an 800 megahertz (MHz) DDR3 external memory interface, which provides ample performance margin for applications including image processing of multiple video streams for monitoring systems and video sensing such as face recognition. High-speed interfaces including USB 3.0, PCI-Express, and serial ATA are integrated on-chip, allowing easy expansion of functionality without the need for external components. Functional IP modules and memory map are common over the entire RZ/G Series lineup, so the same drivers and software can be shared among different products in the series, thereby enhancing design scalability. Hierarchy of support and services provided in collaboration with partners The RZ/G Series is backed by an ecosystem of Renesas partners that provides system integration services, graphical user interface (GUI) frameworks, middleware, OS support, board design, as well as sales of evaluation and mass-production boards. These products and services help limit the increasing workload and cost associated with hardware and software development of complex, high-end systems. Buoyed by partners like Cogent Embedded, Timesys, Adeneo Embedded, and others - all leaders in embedded open source development with expertise spanning Linux and Android system integration, middleware, and graphical user interface (GUI) support - customers will be able to confidently tackle their next embedded projects and remove 40% from their typical development cycle. RZ/G Series MPUs support Linux 3.10 LTSI, which will let customers develop secure and flexible systems within a proven, industry-standard development flow. Android KitKat support will be available later in 2015, and Linux kernel 4.1 will also be supported. The two available starter kits for the RZ/G1E and RZ/G1M devices will simplify the prototyping process. Each starter kit offers an abundance of connectivity options plus board support package and documentation. With the new high-end RZ/G Series of MPUs, Renesas simplifies complex display and control devices with a world-class integrated software and hardware platform.

Renesas Unveils R-Car W2R SoC for V2X Applications

Renesas Electronics Corporation has unveiled the R-Car W2R system-on-a-chip, or SoC, the first member of the new Renesas R-Car Family of devices developed for V2X applications. The new automotive wireless communication SoC is designed for Vehicle-to-Vehicle (V2V) and Vehicle-to-Infrastructure (V2I) communication in the 5.9-gigahertz (GHz) band. The R-Car W2R delivers top-class performance when using Renesas' exclusive radio frequency (RF) system design technology. It is the first device of this type capable of reducing out-of-band transmit emissions to less than â ’65 decibel-milliwatts (dBm), achieving the requirements of the European standards organization European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI). Transmitting high-quality signals with very little interference makes it possible to incorporate V2X into various types of Advanced Driving Assistance System (ADAS) applications, such as forward collision warning and lane keep assistance. The R-Car W2R also conforms to the IEEE 802.11p communication standard for Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS) used in Europe and North America. V2X aims to reduce vehicular accidents and traffic congestion by enabling direct, bi-directional communication between vehicles (V2V) and between vehicles and signal devices or road signs (V2I), without the need to route data through the cloud. V2X communication standards are being adopted in various countries, such as the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) mandate on V2V communications technology implementation, and a number of companies, including Renesas, are accelerating development work in this area with the expectation that V2X will become an important technology for drivers in the years ahead. The R-Car W2R complies with this standard and enables the reliable collection of information on vehicles and infrastructures over a wide area to enable high-quality signal transmission. When combined with existing products based on the R-Car platform, it enables bi-directional V2V and V2I communication of information that cannot be picked up using camera images or radio waves. This allows ADAS systems development for enhanced safety and comfort, making it possible to alert the driver with accurate, real-time information. The R-Car W2R is based on exclusive RF system design technology that reduces noise generation by the chip itself and combines with a filter to block external noise, resulting in the suppression of out-of-band noise to less than the ’65 dBm level for the first time ever in a device of this type. This satisfies the demanding requirements set by the European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI), and delivers leading level of low out-of-band noise. This also makes it possible to track traffic conditions over wide areas and to obtain accurate information on vehicles approaching intersections where visibility is poor. Thus, 5.9 GHz band wireless communication can now be incorporated into driver assistance systems requiring the high level of safety. The R-Car W2R integrates the V2X communication functionality for linking RF to both the physical and the data link layers in a 10 mm x 10 mm single package. This contributes to the compactness of vehicle information systems.

Luxoft Holding, Inc. and Renesas Electronics Corporation Collaborate to Provide Platform for Next-Generation Digital Automotive Instrument Clusters

Luxoft Holding, Inc. announced that its collaboration with Renesas Electronics Corporation. Luxoft’s Populus Suite HMI design tool chain has been ported to the Renesas RH850/D1x microcontrollers. This combination enables quicker and more cost-efficient development of robust and attractive car HMIs with a low memory footprint. The Renesas RH850/D1x microcontrollers are part of the popular RH850/D1x series of microcontroller units (MCUs) designed specifically for various instrument cluster segments, from simple gauge clusters to large thin-film transistor (TFT) displays. The RH850/D1x series allows for the development of robust HMIs at an affordable cost. Luxoft’s Populus Suite maximizes the inherent advantage of RH850/D1x microcontrollers by providing easy and efficient HMI design and development tool. The Renesas’ RH850/D1x microcontroller has dedicated features for instrument clusters with middle or high level 2D drawing. It integrates a 2D graphics processor unit (GPU), Sprite engine, JPEG unit, head-up display (HUD) warping engine and the random-access memory (RAM) wrapper. Additionally, it supports an external memory interface up to DDR2. Luxoft’s Populus Suite for Renesas RH850/D1x MCUs is currently available for testing and deployment.


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