The company is headquartered in Eindhoven, the Netherlands, and has 37,000 employees in more than 20 countries around the world (37% in Europe, 37% in Asia, 21% in Greater China, and 5% in the Americas). In 2007, it reported sales of $ 6.3 billion.
NXP provides semiconductors, system solutions and software to provide a better sensory experience for mobile phones, personal media players, TVs, set-top boxes, identification applications, automobiles, and a wide range of other electronic devices.
On November 16, 2006, NXP Semiconductors officially announced that it would use "NXP Semiconductors" as its Chinese brand name to conduct related marketing and operating activities in Greater China.
In addition to the original English brand name NXP, NXP Semiconductors hopes to use this new brand to further communicate with customers in Greater China and further increase brand awareness.
Since September 1, 2006, NXP has become one of the independent leaders in the global semiconductor market. The name contains the meaning of "Next Experience", inheriting the spirit of the English brand and the word "浦" in the Chinese name, emphasizing NXP's accumulated precious experience and rich resources in the past 53 years at Philips.
NXP inherits a solid consumer research foundation, continues considerable R & D investment and is backed by world-class industry partners. Through NXP's product technology, end products can further enhance the consumer's sensory experience – whether it is brightly colored images, With clear-cut music, consumers can share messages between their homes, cars and mobile devices anytime, anywhere.
NXP's product technologies and solutions are used in the following five market areas: automotive electronics, smart identification, home entertainment, mobile phones and personal mobile communications, and multi-market semiconductors, thereby establishing leadership in major markets.