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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 Availability of its R-Car V2H Device

Renesas Electronics Corporation announced the availability of its R-Car V2H, the company's newest system on a chip implementing image recognition technology to support high resolution surround viewing in advanced driver assistance systems. This is the first R-Car ADAS device from the company and includes additional functionality for higher performance, lower power, and improved safety in traditional and emerging self-driving vehicles. The company applied technology from its R-Car SoCs for automotive infotainment equipment and added high-performance image recognition and low power consumption technologies in the development of the R-Car V2H. The R-Car V2H enables embedded system manufacturers to deliver high resolution surround view monitoring systems, with multiple cameras, for advanced point of view switching. This includes rear view and surround view capabilities that expand what is seen by the system to every direction around the vehicle, aiding in driver oversight prevention. These types of sophisticated systems demand substantially higher processing performance in order to handle the expanded range of image recognition targets and increased processing load imposed by multiple cameras with higher pixel counts. At the same time, there is demand for both functional safety, to maintain high quality and performance, and reduced power consumption. Finally, the rapidly increasing cost of software development creates a need for better development efficiency. The company R-Car V2H addresses all of these requirements in a single-chip solution.

Renesas Electronics Corporation Announces New 40 nm RH850/C1x Series of Microcontrollers for HEV/EV Motor Control Applications

Renesas Electronics Corporation announced the new RH850/C1x Series of 32-bit microcontrollers, designed for motor control in hybrid electric vehicles and electric vehicles. Based on Renesas Electronics' 40-nanometer process, the RH850/C1x Series features the RH850/C1H and RH850/C1M MCUs, which enable embedded designers to enhance efficiency, reduce system costs, and achieve higher safety levels for HEV/EV motor control systems. The new RH850/C1x devices can be used with the RAA270000KFT RH850 Family power supply management IC, which is currently available in sample quantities. The power management IC integrates into one device all the power supply systems required for MCU operation, two external sensor power supply tracks, and a full complement of monitoring and diagnostic functions, significantly reducing the user burden associated with power supply system design. Concerns about global warming and regulatory efforts to reduce automotive CO2 emissions are driving demand for new technologies to achieve higher efficiencies. For instance, the Corporate Average Fuel Economy standards are driving OEMS to increase overall fleet miles per gallon to 54.5 MPG for cars and light-duty trucks by model-year 2025. As HEV/EV implementations become more mainstream, higher performance applications will require MCUs with greater processing capabilities for efficient motor control. As the HEV/EV market expands, system designers are challenged to reduce costs and increase performance. By integrating hardware peripherals, dedicated for motor control, into the MCU, designers can reduce overall system costs and meet performance requirements. HEV/EV systems are now being designed to meet ISO 26262 functional safety standards. This system requirement is driving semiconductor products to incorporate a number of embedded features that allow system designers to meet their safety goals. Key Features of the RH850/C1H and RH850/C1M MCUs: Incorporation of large memory capacities achieved through 40 nm MONOS process technology; Extensive set of peripheral functions for HEV/EV motor control; Single motor control and dual motor control support, which can be selected according to the application structure; Diverse set of safety functions for functional safety support. In addition to the extensive set of diagnostic functions in these new MCUs and core diagnostic software, Renesas supports user implementation of functional safety by using a watchdog, power supply monitoring, and reset generation functions of the RAA270000KFT PMIC products and providing kits that include these new ICs. In addition to new product developments, Renesas also intends to provide solutions based on collaborations with partner companies to support user system development including a wide range of software in addition to development environment tools such as debuggers, compilers, model-based development tools, simulators, and RAM monitors.

Renesas Electronics Corporation Introduces IEC 61508 TÜV-Certified RX631, 63N Safety Package

Renesas Electronics Corporation announced that it has obtained IEC 61508 (Functional Safety) certification for the RX631, RX63N Safety Package, featuring a robust self-diagnostic software and a safety manual for microcontrollers (MCUs) necessary to implement functional safety in industrial equipment. An RX631, RX63N Safety Solution Evaluation Kit will be available in September 2014, providing a hardware evaluation board with the RX63N MCU, the evaluation version of the self-diagnostic software library, and a Users Guide. Functional safety has become a growing reality for factories, equipment manufacturers, and automation OEMs to reduce economic losses due to equipment failures, production losses, and more importantly threats to personnel safety. The European Machinery Directive 2006/42/EC(1) mandates support for functional safety, and efforts to bring relevant industrial equipment into compliance with functional safety standards such as IEC 61508 have been moving forward. Functional safety is now implemented on multiple industrial equipment such as industrial motor drives, control equipment, industrial networking equipment as well as sensors. Compliance with the IEC 61508 functional safety standard not only requires system designers to perform tasks referred to as safety analysis, such as failure analysis of safety-related hardware and study of failure diagnostic methods and their diagnostic yields, but also to meet defined regulations aimed at reducing specification and design errors in the development process of safety-related systems that can result in malfunctions. In particular, maintaining conformance at all stages of the software development process is a key issue.

 

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