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Renesas Electronics America

Renesas Electronics is one of the top ten semiconductor chip suppliers in the world and is also the preferred supplier of advanced semiconductor solutions. Since the merger of Renesas Technology and NEC Electronics in 2010 , Renesas Electronics has started its operations. Products include microcontrollers, SoC solutions and a wide range of analog and power devices. Its business covers research, development, design and production for a variety of applications. In many areas, such as mobile communications, automotive electronics and PC / AV won the world's highest market share. Renesas Electronics acquired Intersil (Power Management IC ) brand. The efficient research and development capabilities, well-designed environment and development platform in Renesas,promote the three kinds of products appear,
""MCU"" development ,""system LSI"" ""analog and power semiconductor devices"" .Renesas vigorously promote the system of LSI business globalization, the development of emerging market countries to strengthen the business in new areas such as environmental protection, providing highly competitive products , as well as the best solution to satisfy the needs of customers around the world.
Headquarters 3-2-24 Toyosu Koto-ku, Tokyo, Tokyo, 135-0061, Japan
Phone Number +81 367733000
Revenue $8 Billion
SIC Code 36,367
NAICS Code 33,334
Top Competitors Microchip Technology Inc|STMicroelectronics Internation...|Infineon Technologies AG|NXP Semiconductors NV|Semiconductor Components Indus...|Texas Instruments Inc|Maxim Integrated Inc|Advanced Micro Devices Inc
Website https://www.renesas.com/
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