NXP Semiconductors Germany GmbH
NXP Semiconductors (NASDAQ: NXPI) creates solutions that enable secure connections for a smarter world. Building on our expertise in high-performance mixed signal electronics, NXP is driving innovation in the automotive, identification and mobile industries as well as in application areas including wireless infrastructure, lighting, healthcare, industrial, consumer tech and computing. NXP has operations in more than 33 countries and, in 2017, posted revenue of 9.256 billion dollars.
Our identification chips are used in banking, citizen or public transport cards, providing security and contactless convenience for millions of Chinese citizens. We are a large supplier of microchips for car access, vehicle immobilization, car entertainment as well as in-vehicle networks for China’s fast-growing automobile industry. A long-time investor in China, NXP is proud to work with many Chinese companies and to provide solutions for their world-class products.
- Over 5.4 billion SmartMX ICs have been shipped for payment EMV cards since 2012. Next-generation JCOP 4 P71 will further drive performance, security and innovation in the payment market, with a contactless transaction speed of less than 200 milliseconds.
- Over 120 countries including China, Germany, Brazil, Nigeria, Argentina, the Netherlands and Thailand use NXP-based e-government solutions such as ePassports, eID cards, eDriver Licenses, eHealth cards and other applications.
- By the end of 2017, NXP altogether shipped two billion NFC chips to power the majority of intuitive transactions worldwide.
- With a market share of over 75%, NXP has a dominant position for embedded secure element solutions, ensuring high security standards for global mobile transactions (source: Abi Research, Nov. 2017).
- With its contactless MIFARE® products (over 77% market share), NXP is the no. one in global transport ticketing.
- NXP is the world’s largest supplier of semiconductor solutions to the global automotive industry.
- Its wide portfolio addresses all the essential electronics for making securely connected, self-driving cars a reality.