We recently posted a blog highlighting NXP’s successful presence at Electronica 2012, the world’s leading trade fair for components, systems and applications. As well as being a great opportunity to showcase a broad range of innovative technologies, we also met with many of the industry’s leading journalists and influencers.
We made some major announcements at the show, including the revolutionary LPC800 – a game-changing 32-bit microcontroller designed specifically for the 8bit world – and the SAF775x – the automotive industry’s first single-chip multi-tuner car radio IC. We also announced a major partnership with Audi to enable us to deliver further innovations to the automotive market.
Our CEO Rick Clemmer was also a highly visible presence during the event, taking part in a CEO roundtable and giving numerous one-to-one interviews.
Take a look at some of the coverage highlights below:
Reuters: TV: Rick Clemmer from NXP
Electronics Weekly: Everything will have an IP address, says NXP CEO Rick Clemmer
Automotiveit: Audi, NXP sign strategic partnership
Electronic Products: Low cost simple MCU uses cortex M0+
electronics-eetimes: NXP puts 32bit ARM core in 8pin package for 39¢
Elektroniknet: Smart Grids sind eine Riesen-Chance!
electronics-eetimes: Car industry should benefit from semiconductor economies of scale, NXP suggests