Renesas Electronics Corporation

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Networking & 5G

Renesas Announces Release of R-IN32M4-CL3 IC for Industrial Ethernet Communication - News

November 22, 2019

Renesas Electronics Corporation, a supplier of semiconductor solutions, announced the development of the R-IN32M4-CL3 IC for industrial Ethernet (IE) communication, in a press release.

AI & Machine Learning

IDT and ONE Tech to Provide End-to-End Smart City Solution - News

November 20, 2019

Created to optimize the performance and utilization of city assets, the joint IoT with Edge AI platform combines IDT?s BLE and 6LoWPAN wireless interconnectivity devices, sensors, and...

Analog & Power

Renesas Premieres RE Family For Its SOTB Process-Based Energy Harvesting Embedded Controller Portfolio - Blog

November 13, 2019

New Evaluation Kit Provides Powerful Support for the Development of Battery Maintenance Free IoT Equipment.


Renesas Expands Access to Portfolio of Leading-Edge IP Licenses - Press Release

November 05, 2019

Additional IP Solutions Include Latest Cutting-Edge 7nm Process TCAM and Most Advanced Standard Ethernet TSN IPs.


Renesas Unveils RA Family of 32-Bit Arm Cortex-M MCUs with Superior Performance and Advanced Security for Intelligent IoT Applications - Press Release

October 08, 2019

RA MCU family combines advanced security, connectivity, HMI with flexible software package and comprehensive partner ecosystem.


Newark?s Broad Range of Time-Of-Flight Sensors Meet Today?s Diverse Industrial Application Requirements - Press Release

July 17, 2019

Chicago, July 16, 2019 -?Newark, the Development Distributor, is now shipping a range of Time-of-Flight (ToF) sensors designed to meet the changing needs of design engineers and address demand for...


Renesas Releases 28 nm Flash Memory Technology - News

June 12, 2019

New technology achieves industry's largest capacity of embedded flash memory 24 MB and industry's fastest random access operation of 240 MHz.