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Renesas eyes growth in power management ICs

10/12/2010 07:01 AM EDT
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FSL PMU   11/1/2010 1:56:03 AM
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elctrnx_lyf   10/12/2010 7:29:56 PM
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Power management IC designed to support the particular processor platform can do wonders to Renesas if they can get hold of deals with few big OEM's using the Atom in their designs. Is there any other suppliers having similar chips like uPD9977 which are targetted at Atom processors?

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_hm   10/12/2010 3:27:52 PM
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Renesas and other vendors like ST do have very good power IC portfolio. However, many times, they are dedicated to automobile, cell phone or similar market. When one is designing for different application like bio-medical instrumentation and others, these parts are not easily available. For some ST parts, to get datasheet for part, you have to sign NDA. It is very important that all these very smart highly integrated parts are also available from vendors like Digikey, Newark etc.

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