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Innovative embedded Phase-Change Memory (ePCM) for automotive MCUs sampling nowInitial performance benchmarks presented at IEDM 2018Will support faster and more complex.
Amazon FreeRTOS availability for STM32 platform promotes highest quality and security for IoT nodes Geneva, December 6, 2018 -- STMicroelectronics (NYSE:STM), a global.
STMicroelectronics NV (EPA:STM) shareholders, and potential investors, need to understand how much cash the business makes from its core operational activities, as well as how much is invested back into Read More...
Investing.com - European technology stocks were among the worst performers in midday trade on Wednesday, as sentiment was dampened following a sharp overnight selloff in the highly valued U.S. tech sector on Wall Street.
Lower power consumption and large memory density in low-pin-count packages create compact efficient platform for smart connected objectsRobust new Arm® Cortex®-M0+ series with.
Advanced image sensors enhance driver and passenger monitoring for safety and comfort Automotive electronic global shutter technology ideally suited for automotive and.
STMicroelectronics (STM), a global semiconductor leader serving customers across the spectrum of electronics applications, is making its STM32* microcontrollers (MCUs) even more attractive to developers of IoT products and other smart devices by providing free software for creating rich, smooth, and colorful graphical interfaces that deliver a great user experience. The STM32 is the world's most popular Arm® Cortex® MCU family, with over 800 device variants and a powerful ecosystem comprising tools, middleware, software libraries, sample code, and evaluation boards that simplify product development and accelerate time to market. Following its acquisition of Draupner Graphics, creator of the acclaimed TouchGFX graphical user-interface development suite, ST is now making the software available free of charge for production and redistribution with STM32 MCUs.
After reading STMicroelectronics NV’s (EPA:STM) latest earnings update (29 September 2018), I found it beneficial to look back at how the company has performed in the past and compare this Read More...
Showing the broad range of industrial product and solution demonstrations and partner systems that meet key technical challenges facing industrial customers.
November 5, 2018 -- STMicroelectronics N.V. (the "Company" or "STMicroelectronics"), a global semiconductor leader serving customers across the spectrum of electronics applications, announced the launch of a share buy-back program of up to $750 million to be executed within a 3 year period (subject to shareholder and other approvals from time to time) following the publication of this press release. The Company intends to carry out the buy-back program, and hold the shares bought back as Treasury Stock, for the purpose of meeting the Company's obligations in relation to its employee stock award plans.
Large on-chip memory and support for secure OTA updating of ECU software let carmakers streamline maintenance and expand offers to customersGigabit and 100Mbit Ethernet.
Karamba Carwall adds another layer of protection to ST Telemaco3P Processor Bloomfield Hills, Michigan and Geneva, Switzerland - October 29, 2018 - Karamba.
Following the lead of Texas Instruments, Silicon Labs and STMicroelectronics on Wednesday guided to fourth-quarter sales below analyst estimates.
Investors panicked over modest next-quarter revenue guidance, despite the solid third-quarter report this forecast was tied to.
The quiet action in stock indexes could be tied to upcoming news. On Thursday, the September reading on durable goods orders will be released. Estimates are all over the map.
STMicroelectronics shares sank on Wednesday after the Franco-Italian chipmaker, a supplier for Apple and Tesla , signalled a slowdown in demand from China. STMicro's stock, which has lost close to a third of its value this year, was 8.6 percent lower at 1001 GMT, making it the worst performer of France's benchmark CAC 40 index. Investors are wary of any change in guidance from semiconductor manufacturers, which are a key element in the supply chain for the automotive and smartphone industries.
STMicroelectronics shares sank on Wednesday after the Franco-Italian chipmaker, a supplier for Apple and Tesla, signaled a slowdown in demand from China. STMicro's stock, which has lost close to a third of its value this year, was 8.6 percent lower at 1001 GMT, making it the worst performer of France's benchmark CAC 40 index. Investors are wary of any change in guidance from semiconductor manufacturers, which are a key element in the supply chain for the automotive and smartphone industries.
(Bloomberg) -- STMicroelectronics NV, which sells chips to customers including Apple Inc., forecast sales growth but no gross margin boost in the final leg of this year. Shares fell, with chip stocks stuck in a rough patch.
NV (STM.FR) said Wednesday that third-quarter revenue and profit rose sharply, with the company performing above expectations on the back of strong sales growth in its imaging, power-discrete and automotive product lines. The European chip maker said net income rose 57% year-on-year to $369 million with an operating margin of 16% for the third quarter. Net revenue was up 18% on year to $2.52 billion, said STMicro.
Industry's first hardware- and software-certified reference design enabling Sigfox Monarch service, based on ST's S2-LP sub-1GHz radio with STM32 MCU or BlueNRG.
STMicroelectronics' (STM) third-quarter results are likely to benefit from end-market momentum and robust products. However, ongoing U.S.-China trade war poses serious threats.
STMicroelectronics (STM), a global semiconductor leader serving customers across the spectrum of electronics applications, and Fidesmo, the contactless-services developer and Mastercard Approved Global Vendor, have created a turnkey active solution for secure contactless payments on smart watches and other wearable technology. The complete payment system-on-chip (SoC) is based on ST's STPay-Boost IC, which combines a hardware secure element to protect transactions and a contactless controller featuring proprietary active-boost technology that maintains reliable NFC connections even in devices made with metallic materials.
Builds on Arm® TrustZone® hardware-based cyber protection for resource-constrained connected devicesST-proprietary ultra-low-power technologies create class-leading MCU.