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Renesas Electronics Corporation researches, develops, designs, manufactures, sells, and services semiconductors worldwide. It offers microcontrollers and microprocessors; power devices, such as power MOSFETs, IGBTs, intelligent power devices, diodes, thyristors and triacs, and transistors; analog and mixed signal products, including power management, ICs/driver ICs, analog ICs for automotives, and interfaces, as well as ICs for leakage detection, audio, computing and peripherals, cameras, and graphic controllers. The company also provides general-purpose linear and logic analog ICs; RF devices; optoelectronics comprising photo couplers, solid state relays, fiberoptic devices, and lasers; LSIs for automotives, factory automation, and communications and mobile devices; memory products, including SRAM, EEPROM, DRAM, and TCAM; ASIC products comprising gate arrays, cell-based ICs, analog masters, mixed signal ASICs, customizable MCUs, and programmable XBridge; and USB 3.0 host controllers. Its products are used in various applications, such as automotive, connectivity, consumer, energy, human interface, industrial/building and home, medical and healthcare, mobile, motor control, PC and PC peripheral, power supply, and RF front end applications. Renesas Electronics Corporation was founded in 2002 and is headquartered in Tokyo, Japan.

27,201 Employees
Last Reported Date: 06/25/14
Founded in 2002

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Renesas Electronics Corporation Announces the Availability of the RL78/I1D Group of Microcontrollers

Renesas Electronics Corporation announced the availability of the RL78/I1D group of microcontrollers (MCUs). The RL78/I1D group realizes the industry's lowest power consumption and integrates a wealth of analog functions usable in various sensing applications. More specifically, the RL78/I1D functions are optimized for detectors that sense small signals from various sensors used to monitor for smoke, gas, and the motion or vibrations. The new RL78/I1D Group cuts power dramatically while adding all the analog functions required to create reliable emergency and security devices on a single chip. The ability to use functions such as the data transfer controller (DTC), event link controller (ELC), and data operation circuit (DOC) helps to further reduce power consumption during intermittent system operation by approximately 30%. This will enable increased performance of data processing and transfer, and implement long-interval timers, without the need for CPU intervention. In the low-power operation mode, the RL78/I1D group has an operating current level much lower than that of competing products, and it wakes up from the stop-mode state very quickly. The MCU alone can make a substantial contribution to the overall power efficiency of the system. To help reduce system cost and allow for greater compactness, the new RL78/I1D group integrates general-purpose differential input operational amplifiers, a 12-bit A/D converter, and comparator. This brings together on a single chip all the analog peripheral functions required to interface sensors. Key Features of the RL78/I1D Group of MCUs: Innovative snooze mode functions enabling data processing and transfer without CPU intervention: The data transfer controller (DTC) or event link controller (ELC) can be used to activate sensors, activate operational amplifiers to amplify sensor signals, and transfer A/D conversion results. The data operation circuit (DOC) compares the transferred A/D conversion results and threshold values, to determine whether the CPU needs to be activated. These innovative snooze mode functions operate without CPU intervention in standby mode and reduce power consumption by approximately 30% in products such as fire detectors, gas detectors, broken glass detectors, and security systems (human sensors). Dynamic switching of the operation mode to match the system status: The RL78/I1D group allows dynamic switching between low-power operation mode and high-speed operation mode to match the system status. In low-power operation mode with a power supply voltage of 1.8 V VDD 3.6 V and an operating frequency of 1 MHz, the operating current is only 124A (typ.), far lower than competing products. In addition, wake-up from the stop-mode state occurs in just 4s (max.) when the middle-speed on-chip oscillator clock (4 MHz) is used as the main system clock. This cuts power consumption during wake-up and enables the microcontroller on its own to contribute to the overall power efficiency of the system. On-chip analog peripheral functions necessary for detecting small sensor signals: Depending on the package, there are four differential input operational amplifiers, each with two input pins and one output pin, up to seventeen channels for the A/D converter and two analog comparators. By bringing together on a single chip the analog functions required by applications such as fire detectors, gas detectors, broken glass detectors, and security systems, the RL78/I1D group greatly contributes to lower system cost and greater compactness. Availability: The RL78/I1D group comprises 13 product versions with package pin counts ranging from 20 to 48 pins and on-chip flash memory capacities of 8, 16, and 32 kilobytes (KB). Mass production has already begun and is expected to reach a combined volume of 400,000 units per month by December 2015.

Renesas Electronics Corporation Announces the New RX113 Group of Microcontrollers

Renesas Electronics Corporation has announced the new RX113 group of microcontrollers, or MCUs. Part of the RX100 Series, the new MCUs offer a single-chip solution with unique touch sensor IP and low-power technologies. This enables significantly reduced power, size, and development costs for entry-level devices in these markets, as well as for other cost-sensitive, capacitive touch-based applications for the growing Internet of Things (IoT) market. Renesas' innovative touch sensor intellectual property (IP) core achieves both high noise immunity and high sensitivity, offering touch key operation on wet and curved touch panels. "There is a growing demand for low-power systems with touch-sensing capabilities to support the diverse range of connected user interfaces for emerging IoT applications.

Renesas Electronics Corporation Announces Development of New Circuit Technology for Automotive Information SoCs

Renesas Electronics Corporation announced the development of a new circuit technology for automotive information SoCs (system on chips) at 16 nanometer (nm) and beyond. Using this new circuit technology, Renesas tested the prototype of an SRAM, at the 16 nm node as the cache memory for CPU and real time image processing blocks in an SoC, and successfully confirmed that this SRAM operates at the high speed of 641 ps (picosecond: 1/1,000,000,000,000 of a second) under the low voltage condition of 0.7 V. Recently, automotive information systems, such as car navigation systems and advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS), are designed with the automatic driving systems of the future in mind, and have seen significant evolution. As a result, there are now strong demands for increased performance in aspects such as lower voltage operation and higher operating speeds in the CPU and real time image processing, and the planar MOSFET devices used up to now are said to have reached their limits. To address these demands, the new FinFET adopts a finned structure, to suppress power consumption and increase performance. It is, however, difficult to optimize the circuit constants in these FinFETs, and the development of new circuit design technologies has become an issue. To overcome this issue, Renesas has now developed a new circuit technology for FinFET devices to allow high speed read and write operations to be performed in a stable manner even at low operating voltages. Key features are: The word line overdrive method makes both high speed read/write operations possible at low voltages; and High reliability optimal designs that take the variations inherent in the FinFET device into account. The newly developed assist circuit technology makes it possible to achieve both high speed and stable operation, which are expected to be problematic as device fabrication process feature sizes continue to shrink, and it will contribute significantly to performance improvements in real time image processing that is required for the driving support systems and automated driving systems of the future.

 

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