|Bid||25.10 x 1100|
|Ask||25.11 x 1300|
|Day's range||25.00 - 25.27|
|52-week range||16.65 - 25.92|
|Beta (5Y monthly)||2.23|
|PE ratio (TTM)||32.83|
|Earnings date||02 Feb 2020|
|Forward dividend & yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y target est||25.15|
ON Semiconductor (Nasdaq: ON), driving energy efficient innovations, has been included on the Bloomberg Gender Equality Index (GEI). ON Semiconductor was included in this year’s index for scoring above the global threshold established by Bloomberg to reflect a high level of disclosure and overall performance across the framework’s five pillars of female leadership and talent pipeline, equal pay and gender pay parity, inclusive culture, sexual harassment policies, and pro-women brand.
ON Semiconductor Corporation (Nasdaq: ON) plans to announce its financial results for the fourth quarter, which ended Dec. 31, 2019, before the market opens on Monday, Feb. 3, 2020.
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ON Semiconductor (Nasdaq: ON), driving energy efficient innovations, and Pony.ai, a leading autonomous driving technology company, announced today that they will collaborate on developing next-generation image sensing and processing technologies for machine vision to enhance the reliability and scalability of mass-produced autonomous vehicles. Pony.ai is working to revolutionize the future of transportation by building safe and reliable technology for autonomous mobility.
Ambarella, Lumentum, and ON Semiconductor collaborate to provide 3D sensing platform for access control and smart video security solutions.
Ambarella's (AMBA) CV22 SoC will be integrated with a fully-optimized SVNet, reflecting its ability to leverage sophisticated, deep, learning-based algorithms to operate automated vehicles.
The Arrow (ARW) IoT ecosystem, in combination with technologies by ON Semiconductor and Geniatech, will provide the wearable safety device to remotely protect employees.
New solution is ideal for high efficiency, ultra-high-power density adapter applications for televisions, gaming notebooks and consoles, and industrial and medical devices..
ON Semiconductor (Nasdaq: ON), driving energy efficient innovations, will have its latest LiDAR technology front-and-center among the company’s automotive solutions at CES 2020. Recognized as a leading provider of detectors for LiDAR, the company will demonstrate the industry’s first, high-resolution, wide field-of-view (FoV) Single Photon avalanche diode (SPAD) array family designed for short-, mid- and long-range LiDAR applications.
Consumer Electronics Show (CES) – Venetian 3302 – ON Semiconductor (Nasdaq: ON), driving energy efficient innovations, will showcase a wide range of innovative technologies for smart homes, connected buildings and personal IoT at CES 2020.
ON Semiconductor (NASDAQ: ON), driving energy efficient innovations, has released the first two devices from its new VE-Trac™ family of power modules for high voltage automotive traction inverters. These two power integrated module (PIM) devices bring best-in-class electrical and thermal performance while providing scalability and automotive reliability to the rapidly growing market for traction inverters. Future devices in the VE-Trac family will include discrete power devices, isolated gate drivers and expanded module solutions, as well as wide bandgap (WBG) devices that will drive performance and expand the portfolio of products available to automotive systems designers.
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OTTAWA and PHOENIX, Nov. 04, 2019 -- GaN Systems, the global leader in GaN power semiconductors and ON Semiconductor, a world-leading supplier of power semiconductor ICs, today.
Broad-based weakness in industrial and automotive end-markets hurts ON Semiconductor's (ON) third-quarter 2019 results. Moreover, management provided bleak fourth-quarter revenue guidance.
(Bloomberg) -- Hangzhou Hikvision Digital Technology Co. warned it may lose customers in overseas markets because of its U.S. blacklisting, underscoring the extent to which curbs on the sale of American technology may hurt the world’s largest video surveillance business.Executives at the Chinese camera provider, which reported profit in line with estimates, said clients may hold off on purchases while they gauge the impact of those restrictions. But the company is large enough to withstand U.S. sanctions and develop its own technology in the longer term, they said. Its own home market remains a rich vein of revenue as the U.S. business shrinks, a trend that may persist, Huang Fanghong, a Hikvision senior vice president, said on a call Saturday. Its shares gained as much as 5.4% Monday -- the most in more than a month on an intraday basis.Hikvision found itself in the cross-hairs of the Trump administration this month after it joined other Chinese companies -- including Huawei Technologies Co. -- on an Entity List that prevents American firms from supplying it with components and software. The seller of video cameras used around the world in surveillance was accused of involvement in human rights violations against Muslim minorities in the far-western region of Xinjiang. On Monday, brokerages including Citigroup and CICC cut their projections on Hikvision’s 2020 earnings growth.“While management says they expect the worst is over, we believe some customers may have concerns on the impact of the Entity List,” Citigroup analysts wrote.Hikvision executives say they had anticipated the action and stockpiled enough key parts to keep operations going for some time. The company has also said it didn’t foresee major impact on its business as a result of the ban.In Huawei’s case, for instance, some suppliers including Intel Corp. and Micron Technology Inc. developed workaround solutions to the prohibition. Most of Hikvision’s American suppliers are continuing to do business with it, while abiding by export regulations and without the need for special licenses, according to Huang.“We have made a great deal of preparations, from a year ahead of the ban,” Huang said. “There’s no way for us to fully discuss the impact from the entity list in 10 days. We need more time to talk to our suppliers and customers. A steady component supply is key in this process, no matter if we decide to use original materials or a replacement design.”The U.S. decision, which came on the eve of sensitive trade negotiations, takes President Donald Trump’s economic war against China in a new direction: the first time his administration has cited human rights as a reason for action. It deals a potentially heavy long-term blow against Hikvision, which has steadily switched to Chinese-made components in recent years but still relies on the likes of Intel, ON Semiconductor Corp. and Texas Instruments Inc., particularly for higher-end chips.Still, as much as 80% of Hikvision’s sales are insulated from the U.S. ban, analysts Charles Shum and Simon Chan of Bloomberg Intelligence wrote in an Oct. 8 note.“Hikvision’s sales may continue to rise over the next year despite the Trump administration’s decision,” they wrote. “It can also source alternative parts, though with a weaker performance, from local suppliers in the medium term.”Hikvision reported Friday that net income grew 17% to 3.81 billion yuan ($538 million) in the September quarter, while revenue grew 23%. The company forecast growth of 5% to 20% in net income this year.Hikvision was added to the Entity List alongside SenseTime Group Ltd. and Megvii Technology Ltd., two giant enterprises Beijing is counting on to spearhead advances into a revolutionary technology. Hikvision doesn’t play as outsized a role in China’s ambitions but it’s a key partner to Beijing as well as governments around the world. Its cameras are used from Paris to Bangkok and Urumqi, and are considered pivotal to crime prevention as well as helping build “smart cities” or networked urban environments.Longer term, U.S. sanctions threaten to crimp some of the explosive growth Hikvision has managed this decade, in large part due to China’s effort to put in place the world’s largest surveillance and monitoring network. The company may find itself short of the components it needs to build advanced systems, unless Chinese chipmakers succeed in developing more advanced chips -- another of Beijing’s stated policy ambitions in tech.Thanks to cheap but capable cameras, the Chinese company has enjoyed double-digit growth over the past eight years. Demand for its surveillance cameras, video storage and data analysis services has boomed particularly in its home market. Overseas, the company competes against Canon, Hanwha Techwin and Bosch.(Updates with shares and analysts’ actions from the second paragraph)To contact Bloomberg News staff for this story: Gao Yuan in Beijing at email@example.comTo contact the editors responsible for this story: Edwin Chan at firstname.lastname@example.org, Colum MurphyFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com©2019 Bloomberg L.P.
Quantenna Connectivity Solutions, a division of ON Semiconductor (ON), has announced that Orange France, the leading broadband service provider in Europe, has once again selected ON Semiconductor for its latest gateway, Livebox 5. Leveraging the superior performance of ON Semiconductor’s Wi-Fi chipset, Livebox 5 is designed to deliver an exceptional and flawless Wi-Fi experience to customers, while reducing environmental impact. “ON Semiconductor is honored to collaborate with our long-time partner Orange France on the latest generations of its products,” said Irvind Ghai, Vice President of Marketing, Quantenna Connectivity Solutions Division at ON Semiconductor.