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Our Arm-based portfolio offers high levels of integration, comprehensive software/ hardware enablement and a broad range of performance.
Offering a broad range of scalable, highly integrated and flash-based microcontroller devices. Our MCX portfolio builds on the success of the Kinetis and LPC portfolios. NXP MCUs are supported by the widely adopted MCUXpresso suite of software and tools.
The i.MX RT series of crossover MCUs are designed to support next-generation IoT applications with a high level of integration and security balanced with MCU-level usability at an affordable price.
S32 microcontrollers and microprocessors for automotive and industrial applications provide an architecture that balances performance and power efficiency.
A 32-bit MCU scalable family for automotive body, zone control and electrification applications.
Entry level MCU family for high-quality general purpose automotive and industrial applications.
Targeting midrange instrument cluster, human-machine interfaces and industrial applications.
Get to know our automotive microcontrollers and processors, listed by technical specifications and key features. See the NXP Automotive Processors .
Introducing the new S32 family member which addresses new EV control needs with a combination of performance, integration, networking, security and functional safety.
Our Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) solutions provide complete SoCs, a host BLE stack and many GATT profiles and services.
These high-performance, bidirectional sub-1 GHz radios are capable of operating over a wide frequency range including 315, 433, 470, 868, 915, 928 and 960 MHz in the license-free industrial, scientific and medical (ISM) frequency bands.
Thread is a simplified IPv6-based mesh networking protocol developed by technology companies for connecting products around the home to each other, to the Internet and to the cloud.
Zigbee is a networking protocol defined by the Zigbee Alliance for low-cost, low-power, wireless control and monitoring solutions.
The MAC7xxx family of MCUs is a pin-compatible family of 32-bit flash memory-based devices developed specifically for embedded automotive applications.
VFxxx devices are built on an asymmetrical-multiprocessing architecture using Arm® cores as the anchor for the platform.