Renesas Electronics Reports First Quarter 2019 Financial Results

Quarterly Revenue from Semiconductors by Application (Billion yen) (5)

Following the completion of the Intersil acquisition in February 2017, Renesas integrated Intersil into its operations and reformed its business organization into three business units. To align with this change, Renesas redefined its semiconductor sales breakdown to: “Automotive,” “Industrial” and “Broad-based,” the three application categories that constitute the main business of the Group, and “Other semiconductors,” that constitute the businesses that do not belong to the above three application categories.


Non-GAAP Basis
Revenue from
by Application
(Billion yen)

    Q1 FY2019

(Jan-Mar 2019)

    Q4 FY2018

(Oct-Dec 2018)

    Q1 FY2018

(Jan-Mar 2018)

    QoQ     YoY
Automotive (6)     83.4     104.5     92.4     -20.2%     -9.7%
Industrial (7)     31.8     43.1     50.9     -26.2%     -37.5%
Broad-Based (8)     30.1     35.1     38.1     -14.3%     -21.0%
Other Semiconductors     1.4     1.0     0.6     36.4%     121.3%
Total     146.7     183.7     182.0     -20.1%     -19.4%



Revenue from Semiconductors by application: From the fiscal year ended December 31, 2018, the company partially changed the sales categories, consisting of "Automotive", "Industrial" and "Broad-based" by transferring part of sales from "Industrial" to "Broad-based" among other changes, to accurately represent the business content. Accordingly, the figures of the fiscal year ended December 31, 2017 have been retroactively amended to reflect the new categories of the fiscal year ended December 31, 2018.


Automotive: Renesas mainly supplies microcontrollers (MCUs), system-on-chip (SoCs), analog semiconductors and power semiconductor devices for the “Automotive control” and “Automotive information” categories.


Industrial: Renesas mainly supplies MCUs and SoCs for “Smart factory,” “Smart home” and “Smart infrastructure” categories.


Broad-based: Renesas mainly supplies “General-purpose MCUs” and “General-purpose analog semiconductor devices” to a wide variety of end market solutions.


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