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    Current Employee - California in Santa Clara, CA
    Current Employee - California in Santa Clara, CA
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    I have been working at Renesas Electronics America full-time (More than 3 years)


    Renesas Electronics is a wonderful place to work. First and foremost, the technology is exciting. Renesas was formed through the merger of the semiconductor divisions of Hitachi, Mitsubishi, and NEC - so there is a long history of amazing technological development that continues on to this day. So there is a long, storied, and interesting history. Two, the people are wonderful. The US subsidiary has approximately 400 people, so, in some ways, it feels like you work for a small company and you have the opportunity to meet, learn from, and get to know people at all levels. But, at the same time, Renesas Electronics is a massive global operation with a massive global reach. Customers in the United States are leaders in the automotive, industrial, and consumer spaces - it is likely your car, phone, and appliances have one or more Renesas chips in them, etc. So, there is a great mix between small company feel and large company reach and career opportunity. And, the benefits are top notch. The building are new and interesting spaces to work in. The work-life balance is great. I can't say enough positives. Of course, no work place is perfect, but I have been very pleased to spend my days at Renesas.


    Renesas Electronics America is a subsidiary and at times the influence of the parent corporation can have its disadvantages. However, on the whole, the parent corporation involves and seeks leadership from us to an extraordinary extent. As a result, the opportunities to make a global impact are boundless. From a glass half empty perspective, one could look at the subsidiary relationship as a negative. From a glass half full perspective, the subsidiary relationship is quite positive and only enhances the job.

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    Continue to involve and seek input from employees at all levels.

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    I applied through college or university. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at Renesas Electronics America.


    Got an email asking to meet for on-site interview about a week after applying online. ~45 minute interview with FA manager, followed by a 20 minute tour of FA lab while meeting the other members of the team (who were very friendly). Got an offer over the phone within a week.

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Headquarters Santa Clara, CA
Size 1001 to 5000 Employees
Founded 2010
Type Subsidiary or Business Segment
Industry Manufacturing
Revenue Less than $1 million (USD) per year

Renesas Electronics America was formed in the April 2010 merger of NEC Electronics America and Renesas Technology America. Its Japanese parent, Renesas Electronics, is one of the world's largest manufacturers of semiconductors, and Renesas Electronics America provides more than 7,000 types of application-specific integrated circuits, many kinds of communications chips, microprocessors and microcontrollers, and static random-access memory, flash memory, and mask ROM chips. Its products are used in computers, networking equipment, consumer electronics, and automotive ... More

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