Stefan Ingenhaag explains why the Renesas RA Family of microcontrollers is the best choice for your next IoT design.
Why does Renesas contribute OSS which is substantially independent from hardware specifications? That is because when customers’ solution with OSS on Renesas SoC, customers get easier to differentiate in performance, power and so on.
Jeff walks us through a medical patch solution based on the Renesas low power 32-bit RX23W microcontroller and a variety of other Renesas products.
Tsuyoshi introduces the major trend changes in the automotive industry and our in-vehicle software platform to meet them.
Renesas offers R-Car Virtual Platform (VPF), which can realize software development without silicon, for customers of Automotive SoC, R-Car, to enhance Shift-left of Software development and System verification for Next-generation vehicles.
Masashi Ueda explains why the new RA2E1 entry-line RA MCU group is a perfect fit for cost-sensitive, low power and space-constrained applications.
We would like to introduce Embedded Target for RH850 Multicore, which facilitate software development for H850 multicore by Model Based Design.
In this blog, we would like to introduce Renesas Electronics automotive business's core values and what they will bring to customers during the COVID-19 time and after.
Knut walks us through on the transmission mechanisms embedded in ASI4U-V5, which is the easiest implementation option for ASi-5 ensuring all data reaches its destination without errors even in harsh industrial environment.
William discusses the stringent requirements for next-generation Macro BTS and the value of a complete RF signal chain solution from Renesas.