Renesas Electronics Corporation
Tokyo, Koto-ku, Toyosu 135-0061 [email protected]
Renesas Unveils R-Car V4H for Automated Driving Level 2+ / Level 3 to Support High-Volume Vehicle Production in 2024 - NewsMarch 11, 2022
Renesas announced the R-Car V4H system on chip (SoC) for central processing in advanced driver-assistance (ADAS) and automated driving (AD) solutions.
Renesas Develops Bluetooth LE RF Transceiver Technologies that Simplify Board Design, Reduce Circuit Size, and Increase Power Efficiency - NewsMarch 08, 2022
IoT devices need to provide flexible support for Bluetooth LE regardless of their implementation format. Renesas developed two technologies to address the requirements it has seen as needs in the IoT industry.
Renesas Automotive Semiconductors Selected by Honda for ADAS - Press ReleaseMarch 03, 2022
Renesas R-Car SoC and RH850 MCU to be Used in Honda SENSING System
Renesas Pioneers RISC-V Technology With RZ/Five General-Purpose MPUs Based on 64-Bit RISC-V CPU Core - NewsMarch 03, 2022
Renesas Electronics Corporation's RZ/Five employs the Andes AX45MP, based on the RISC-V CPU instruction set architecture (ISA). The RZ/Five augments Renesas’ previously available Arm® CPU core-based MPUs, expanding customer options and providing more flexibility in the product development process.
Renesas Ships 1 Billionth Device from RX Family of 32-bit Microcontrollers - Press ReleaseJanuary 27, 2022
Renesas Xtreme (RX) Microcontrollers Are Used in Wide Range of Consumer, Industrial and IoT Applications
Renesas Ships 1 Billionth Device from RX Family of 32-bit Microcontrollers - Press ReleaseJanuary 21, 2022
Renesas Electronics Corporation (TSE:6723), a premier supplier of advanced semiconductor solutions, announced that it has delivered more than one billion microcontrollers from the RX Family of 32-bit MCUs, which incorporate Renesas' proprietary RX CPU core.
Renesas’ Automotive Chips Drive Next-Generation Multimedia System for Toyota Lexus - NewsOctober 29, 2021
Renesas announced that its R-Car H3 and R-Car M3 system-on-chips (SoCs) have been adopted by Toyota Motor Corporation for their next-generation multimedia systems.