|NXP USA Inc.
|Memory, DDR, SDRAM
|Package / Case
|48-TFSOP (0.240", 6.10mm Width)
|Frequency - Max
|Voltage - Supply
|2.3V ~ 2.7V
|Number of Circuits
|Ratio - Input:Output
|0°C ~ 70°C
|Supplier Device Package
|Differential - Input:Output
As a top provider of embedded controllers, NXP Semiconductors offers a wide range of MCUs with Arm-based processors and microcontrollers for a range of industries, including automotive, wireless communication, and more. They continue to lead innovation by providing a robust Power Management portfolio, which includes many power supply and battery management solutions, for industrial and automotive applications. Products from NXP are used to construct solutions that assist people, businesses, and the world at large to become more proficient.
NXP Semiconductor has purchased Freescale Semiconductor. The NXP family now includes components from Freescale Semiconductor (Dec 2015).
NXP Semiconductors FAQ
1. Is NXP a US company?
NXP Semiconductors N.V. (NXP) is a Dutch company with headquarters in Eindhoven, Netherlands, and locations throughout the globe.
2. What kind of company is NXP?
NXP Semiconductors N.V. (NASDAQ: NXPI) enables a smarter, safer, and more sustainable world through innovation. As the world leader in secure connectivity solutions for embedded applications, NXP is pushing boundaries in the automotive, industrial & IoT, mobile, and communication infrastructure markets.
3. What is NXP USA Inc's revenue?
NXP Semiconductors' revenue reached 13.21 billion U.S. dollars in 2022, up from the 11.06 billion U.S. dollars that was seen in 2021.
4. Does NXP make its own chips?
NXP manufactures about half of its chips in its own factories. The company buys the remaining chips from other manufacturers
5. What are the products of NXP?
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