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Last €8.21 EUR
Change Today +0.218 / 2.73%
Volume 112.0
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stmicroelectronics nv-ny shs (SGMR) Snapshot

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€8.21
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€7.99
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€8.53
Day Low
€8.02
52 Week High
03/18/15 - €9.28
52 Week Low
10/30/14 - €4.81
Market Cap
7.5B
Average Volume 10 Days
77.2
EPS TTM
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Shares Outstanding
910.8M
EX-Date
03/23/15
P/E TM
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Dividend
€0.40
Dividend Yield
3.94%
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stmicroelectronics nv-ny shs (SGMR) Details

STMicroelectronics N.V. designs, develops, manufactures, and markets various semiconductor integrated circuits and discrete devices worldwide. The company offers a range of semiconductor products, including discrete and standard commodity components, application-specific integrated circuits, full-custom devices and semi-custom devices, micro-electro-mechanical systems, microcontrollers, sensors, digital consumer products, imaging products, memory products, media application processors, and application-specific standard products for analog, digital, and mixed-signal applications, as well as silicon chips and smartcards. It also provides subsystems and modules for the telecommunications, automotive, and industrial markets comprising mobile phone accessories, battery chargers, ISDN power supplies, and in-vehicle equipment for electronic toll payment. The company offers its products for various applications, such as automotive products, computer peripherals, telecommunications systems, consumer products, industrial automation, and control systems through its distributors and retailers. STMicroelectronics N.V. was founded in 1987 and is headquartered in Geneva, Switzerland.

43,620 Employees
Last Reported Date: 03/3/15
Founded in 1987

stmicroelectronics nv-ny shs (SGMR) Top Compensated Officers

Chairman of Management Board, Chief Executive...
Total Annual Compensation: $1.8M
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

stmicroelectronics nv-ny shs (SGMR) Key Developments

STMicroelectronics Unveils New Automotive Serial EEPROM's Offering

STMicroelectronics unveiled new automotive Serial EEPROMs offering industry’s best choice of densities in tiny 2x3mm outline. Automotive-qualified serial EEPROMs from STMicroelectronics provide the industry’s largest selection of densities in the tiny 2mm x 3mm WFDFPN8 package, giving engineers maximum flexibility when designing highly integrated body controllers and gateways, as well as radar and camera modules for Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS). Using a discrete serial EEPROM for data and parameter storage can help simplify design while offering maximum upgrade flexibility. Limited memory package and density options have prevented taking full advantage of this approach in the most space-constrained applications, but ST is now offering its new automotive-qualified WFDFPN8 package at all densities from 2KB to 512KB. In addition, both I2C and SPI serial interfaces are supported. The WFDFPN8 outline has already proved popular in consumer-electronics applications, and ST has now created a rugged version capable of withstanding automotive environments. The devices have passed AEC-Q100 grade 0 reliability criteria tests and operate up to 125°C. Further advantages include 4ms write time allowing fast parameter storage; clock frequency up to 20MHz allowing rapid data exchanges; and built-in traceability and security features. These include a dedicated page for software identification and a write-lockable page to keep sensitive data secure. ST’s newest Automotive EEPROM devices are available immediately to fulfill sample or production orders. Budgetary pricing is from $0.156 for the 2KB M24C02-DRMF3TG/K with I2C interface, in quantities of 5,000 units.

STMicroelectronics Introduces New DLPF-GP-01D3 Integrated Dual Differential Filter

STMicroelectronics’ new DLPF-GP-01D3 integrated dual differential filter can replace up to 16 discrete surface-mount components and save 35mm2 of pc-board area in ZigBee® RF4CE remotes and equipment such as set-top boxes, TVs, home gateways, alarms, and lighting. The extra space gives designers freedom to simplify board layout, reduce product size, or add new functions. The DLPF-GP-01D3 is an impedance-matched companion chip for the popular GreenPeak GP540 and GP561 RF4CE communication controllers. These controllers enable low-cost single-layer pc-board integration, supported by the DLPF-GP-01D3 pinning that allows short, straight tracks for signal, ground, and common connections between the two devices. The two integrated filter channels provide high attenuation outside the 2,400-2,500MHz frequency range and have low in-bandwidth insertion and return loss. ST has achieved this high performance, which helps designers meet the ZigBee RF4CE specifications, by leveraging its Integrated Passive Device (IPD) technology with non-conductive glass substrate for superior signal integrity. By enabling a single-chip solution, the DLPF-GP-01D3 also simplifies circuit design and saves Bill Of Materials (BOM) costs. The tiny 1.2mm x 3.4mm footprint, and height of less than 560µm after reflow, make this the smallest dual low-pass filter solution on the market, for the GreenPeak GP540 and GP561. The entire filter can now be built in less than 1/10th the pc-board space of a conventional discrete circuit. The DLPF-GP-01D3 is available immediately, in an 11-bump flip-chip package, priced from $0.23 for 5,000 units.

Micro-Mirrors from STMicroelectronics Provide Precision in Perceptual Computing

STMicroelectronics announced that ST was providing micro-mirrors and control devices for Perceptual Computing initiatives at Intel. In addition to the ASIC control devices, ST supplies a tiny MEMS mirror that moves thousands of times per second to scan an infrared light beam, painting an invisible grid on objects in front of it. The light reflected back from the object is captured and analyzed for 3D imaging and gesture applications. The use of MEMS technology to realize the mirror enables small and robust systems with high-performance and low-energy characteristics ideally suited to a wide variety of consumer devices, creating new dimensions in the natural interaction of people with technology.

 

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