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Last €6.93 EUR
Change Today -0.165 / -2.33%
Volume 1.6M
As of 11:35 AM 08/4/15 All times are local (Market data is delayed by at least 15 minutes).

stmicroelectronics nv (STM) Snapshot

Open
€7.06
Previous Close
€7.09
Day High
€7.06
Day Low
€6.91
52 Week High
03/23/15 - €9.33
52 Week Low
10/30/14 - €4.89
Market Cap
6.3B
Average Volume 10 Days
3.2M
EPS TTM
€0.14
Shares Outstanding
910.9M
EX-Date
09/21/15
P/E TM
53.9x
Dividend
€0.40
Dividend Yield
4.89%
Current Stock Chart for STMICROELECTRONICS NV (STM)

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stmicroelectronics nv (STM) 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 (STM) Top Compensated Officers

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

stmicroelectronics nv (STM) Key Developments

E3NETWORK Selects STMicroelectronics BiCMOS55 SiGe

STMicroelectronics announced that its BiCMOS55 SiGe technology has been selected by the European E3NETWORK R&D initiative for developing energy-efficient, high-capacity transmission systems in next-generation mobile networks. E3NETWORK is designing an integrated E-band transceiver using ST's BiCMOS55 technology for fronthaul and backhaul infrastructure, which enables digital multi-level modulations, highly focused ‘pencil-beam’ transmissions, and data rates above 10Gbps. The pencil-beam property facilitates a high degree of frequency reuse in the deployment of backhaul and fronthaul links, while preserving the spectrum efficiency over the millimeter-wave interval. An EU project within the Seventh Framework program, E3NETWORK, which stands for Energy efficient E-band transceiver for backhaul of the future networks, brings together a consortium of companies including CEIT (Spain), Fraunhofer (Germany), Alcatel Lucent (Italy), CEA (France), INXYS (Spain), OTE (Greece), SiR (Germany), Sivers IMA (Sweden), and STMicroelectronics (Italy).

STMicroelectronics and French Institute of Materials, Microelectronics and Nanosciences in Provence Set Up a New Joint Research Laboratory

STMicroelectronics and the French Institute of Materials, Microelectronics and Nanosciences in Provence (IM2NP - CNRS /Aix-Marseille University /University of Toulon /ISEN engineering school), member of the Carnot STAR (Science and Technology for Research Applications) Institute, have announced the official launch of a new joint research laboratory to develop the next generations of high-reliability, ultra-miniaturized electronic components. The Radiation Effects and Electrical Reliability (REER) Joint Laboratory is a multi-site research establishment that will bring together teams from the IM2NP Institute, based in Marseille and Toulon, and specialist engineers from the ST facility in Crolles, near Grenoble. The REER Joint Laboratory's science program will focus on two main areas of research: the effect of radiation on digital nanometer-scale circuits and the electrical reliability of nanometer-scale CMOS (complementary metal-oxide semiconductor) technologies. These lines of research are crucially important for ST and its ability to produce integrated circuits with extremely high levels of reliability for a wide range of key sectors, such as the automotive sector, networks, medical, space and security.

STMicroelectronics Introduces the Automotive High-Side Drivers for Use in Stop-Start Vehicles

STMicroelectronics introduced the automotive high-side drivers to meet the stringent cold-cranking specification of the German car industry’s LV124 test schedule, making them ideal for vehicles with stop-start technology. The new VND7050AJ12 and VND7140AJ12 have minimum supply voltage of 3.2V, which is the best in the market, to keep essential equipment such as dashboard instruments operating as the vehicle battery voltage dips during engine cranking. The ST devices provide a compact and reliable replacement for electromechanical relays and associated circuitry, and are 40% smaller than the nearest competing high-side drivers. As the latest members of ST’s VIPower M0-7 family, the new drivers have built-in multiplexed current-sense diagnostics that provide precise analog load-current feedback. In addition, best-in-class EMI performance exceeds CISPR 25 specifications. Together these features minimize demand for external sensing and filtering components. Further advantages common to ST’s VIPower M0-7 devices include ultra-low quiescent current, which minimizes drain on the battery in idle mode, configurable auto-restart protection against hazardous conditions, and Grade-A short-circuit robustness up to one million cycles. The wide range of VIPower M0-7 drivers offers extensive package and pin compatibility, as well as low cost per channel, to simplify design standardization, scalability, and management of module variants.

 

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