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NXP Company Presentation

  1. 1. NXP Company presentation 2011
  2. 2. NXP SemiconductorsNXP Semiconductors N.V. (NASDAQ: NXPI)provides High Performance Mixed Signal andStandard Product solutions that leverage itsleading RF, Analog, Power Management,Interface, Security and Digital Processingexpertise. Our innovations are used in a wide range of automotive, identification, wireless infrastructure, lighting, industrial, mobile, consumer and computing applications. A global semiconductor company with operations in more than 25 countries, NXP posted revenue of $4.4 billion in 2010. 2
  3. 3. NXP Semiconductors Management Team Rick Clemmer Karl-Henrik Mike Noonen Chris Belden President and CEO Sundström Global Sales & Operations CFO Marketing Peter Kelly Alexander Everke Kurt Sievers Ruediger Stroh Operations General Manager General Manager General Manager HPMS (excl. Auto / HPMS Automotive HPMS Identification ID) Frans Scheper René Penning de Guido Dierick Peter Kleij General Manager Vries General Counsel Human Resource Standard Products CTO Management 3
  4. 4. Financial track recordRevenue (millions of USD) High Performance Mixed Signal Standard Products 4
  5. 5. Highlights for Q1 2011 Total NXP revenue of $1,082 million, flat year-on-year – Above original guidance and better than normal seasonality – Product revenue of $979 million, up 9.5% year-on-year • Up greater than $40 million – HPMS revenue of $742 million, up 6.8% year-on-year – Std. Product revenue of $237 million, up 19.1% year-on-year Significant Year-on-Year Margin Expansion: – GAAP Gross margin increased to 46.8% from 37.4% – GAAP Operating margin increased to 10.0% from (1.4)% – Non-GAAP gross margin increased to 47.8% from 39.0% – Non-GAAP operating margin increased to 20.6% from 11.7% Improved Cash Flow: – Trailing 12-month adjusted EBITDA $1.11 billion, up 104% year-on-year Deleveraging Balance Sheet Continues: – Net debt reduced to $3.75 billion, a decline of $568 million year-on-year 5
  6. 6. Key macro growth drivers in electronics  Efficient power conversion and low stand-by power Energy  Energy-saving lighting and back-lighting Efficiency  Energy conservation through demand side management  Electric/lighter vehicles, intelligent traffic management  Proliferation of mobile data usage, wireless infra build-out Connected  Smart mobile devices: always-on, multimedia, location-based Mobile  Connected car, many broadcast & connectivity standards Devices  New user interfaces (e.g., touch, joystick)  Secure mobile transactions and secure identity  Authentication, tagging and tracking Security  Car and home access, security & remote diagnostics  Radar and (body) scanning installations  Personal healthcare and portable emergency devices  Connected hearing aids and implantable devices Health  Car safety & comfort  Electronic diagnostics 6
  7. 7. High Performance Mixed Signal Solutions Application Optimized Mix of More Than Moore Required Analog and Digital More Than Moore: Enrichment High Analog Voltage (amp, IF, Sensors Bio- More Moore: Miniaturization Passives Power DC) RF Actuators chips Baseline CMOS: MPU, Memory, Logic Radio Sense, Interact, Empower c75 High-Performance Components Processor / Storage c35 High-Performance Mixed-Signal Solutions Interface c18 • Power Efficiency, Autonomy c13 • Cost Efficiency Sensor • Functional Power 90nm Actuator Performance Information 65nm Processing, • Miniaturization Storage & • Quality, Ruggedness 45nm Security and Adaptability Mixed-Signal Sub-Systems Digital Advanced CMOS 7 7
  8. 8. Uniquely Positioned to Win in HPMS 6,800 HPMS Leading >2,600 experienced products: Mixed-Signal HPMS engineers HP RF, Analog, and Digital Power, Interface, Broad Design Skills MCU, DSP, Logic, Product Security, Sensors, Portfolio Across ADC/DAC System Leading Patent Portfolio Functions >37,000 (WW) 14,000 (WW) Deep IP >3,100 (US) Portfolio 3,126 (US) 2,103 (US) ~900 (US) Deep Applications Expertise Specialty • World class RF, HV power Processes & and Auto processes• 8 priority applications Competitive • Scale back-end producing• Hired >100 Field Application Manufacturing 60 billion parts per year Engineers in 2009 Assets • Largely Asian manufacturing Source: Patent data from annual filings and company web-sites 8
  9. 9. Strong innovation track record dating 50+ years Focused investment of over $550 million per year in R&D Eindhoven (NL) Nijmegen (NL) Leuven (B) Hamburg (GER) Caen (F) Gratkorn (Austria) San Jose (US)San Diego (US) Shanghai/Suzhou Hong Kong Tempe (US) R&D key figures Singapore Bangalore (India)  Approximately 3,000 employees in R&D of which over 2,600 support our High- Performance Mixed-Signal businesses  Engineering design teams in 22 locations  ~14,000 issued and pending patents 9
  10. 10. World class manufacturing capabilitiesDifferentiated process technologies and competitive manufacturing Manchester Nijmegen (NL) Hamburg (GER) Jilin Shanghai/Suzhou Kaohsiung Hong Kong/Guangdong Bangkok Cabuyao Singapore Seremban Front End Back End Site name in blue = Joint Venture 10
  11. 11. Partnering with the Leading Customers Automotive Identification Standard Products Wireless infra, lighting Mobile, consumer Distributors & industrial & computingNo account over 10% of sales, address 1,000+ Customer Design Centers directly, and over 30,000 via distribution 11
  12. 12. Our innovations are used in a wide rangeof applications Wireless infra Lighting Industrial Mobile Automotive Identification Consumer Computing 12
  13. 13. Key applications (1/2) Wireless infra Lighting Industrial Mobile • Wireless base • Lighting drivers • Smart grid • Mobile devices stations (CFL, LED) • White goods • Portable power • Point-to-point • Lighting • Home / building supplies • CATV networks automation • Personal health infrastructure • Backlighting • Power supplies • Chargers • Broadcasting 13
  14. 14. Key applications (2/2) Automotive Identification Consumer Computing• In-vehicle • Secure identity • TV • Tablet PCs networking • Secure • Satellite, Cable, • Note- /Netbooks• Car access & transactions Terrestrial and IP • Desktops immobilizers • Tagging & set-top boxes • Power supplies.• Car entertainment authentication • Satellite outdoor Monitors and• Solid State Lighting units peripherals• Telematics• Lighting 14
  15. 15. Automotive #1 CAN/LIN/FlexRay in-vehicle networking #1 passive keyless entry and immobilizers #1 car radio #3 magnetic sensors 15
  16. 16. Identification #1e-Government #1 Transport & Access management #3/4 Banking #1 NFC #1 Radio frequency identification 16
  17. 17. Wireless infrastructure, Lighting and Industrial #2 in High Performance RF Strong in lighting drivers Leader in multi-market 32-bit ARM microcontrollers 17
  18. 18. Mobile, Consumer and Computing #1 in TV and STB tuners Top 3 in interface, leader in specific niches #2 in Digital Logic Leader in notebook AC-DC power Adaptors 18
  19. 19. Standard Products A strong supplier of integrated discretes and modules, used for interface signal conditioning, filtering and ESD protection in mobile phones, consumer and computing #2 supplier of small-signal discretes with one of the broadest product portfolios in the industry 19
  20. 20. Standard Products & Key product applications Specialized Mobile handsets & Computing Various Consumer Electronics Special emphasis on demands of Automotive & Communications market All electronicsBroad 20
  21. 21. We are here for you, with a true … 21