Renesas debuts 32-bit MCUs made with low-power flash process

04/17/2013 | Electronics Weekly (U.K.)

Renesas Electronics plans to bring to market the RX111 line of 32-bit microcontrollers, fabricated with a low-power zero-wait-state flash process. Applications include building automation systems, detectors, industrial automation, mobile health care, sensors and smart meters, according to the chipmaker. Sampling of the parts begins in July, followed by volume production in September.

View Full Article in:

Electronics Weekly (U.K.)

Published in Brief:

SmartBrief Job Listings for Tech

Job Title Company Location
Product Marketing Consultant
Sand Cherry Associates
Philadelphia, PA