Mr. Yoshioka serves as the Senior Vice President and CTO at Renesas. He was appointed to these roles in August 2019, from his experience and technological expertise of the products and the market following the years he has dedicated to Renesas.
He began his career in Hitachi, Ltd in 1986. Since Renesas Electronics Corporation was established in 2010 based on Hitachi, Mitsubishi Electric, and NEC Electronics, he has held many key roles, such as the Vice President of Automotive Control and Analog & Power Systems Business Division, Safety Solution Business Division, and the Senior Vice President of the Automotive Solutions Business Unit.
He has a Bachelor of Engineering degree in Applied Physics from the University of Tokyo and graduated from Stanford University with a Master of Science in Electrical Engineering.
Renesas’ Technology Strategy for a Paradigm Shift in the Semiconductor Industry
The semiconductor industry is in the midst of a paradigm shift together with its applied systems triggered by digitalization accelerated by AI technology evolutions in all the systems like evident trends of electrifications and SDV (Software Defined Vehicle) in the automotive industry. As the magnitude and complexity of its applied systems grow exponentially, semiconductor solutions need to integrate more, execute faster with less power, and realize users much better development productivity. Renesas believes the challenge is resolved by building system-oriented solutions for integrations and improving UX (User Experience) values like easier to develop for users. The keynote speech addresses Renesas’ attempts with innovative technologies like chiplet and digitalization/virtualization for system development environment.
Renesas Electronics empowers a safer, smarter and more sustainable future where technology helps make our lives easier.
A leading global provider of microcontrollers, Renesas combines our expertise in embedded processing, analog, power and connectivity to deliver complete semiconductor solutions. These Winning Combinations accelerate time to market for automotive, industrial, infrastructure and IoT applications, enabling billions of connected, intelligent devices that enhance the way people work and live.