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Car Connectivity Consortium Surpasses 50 Member Mark, Grows 50% in Q1 2012

The Car Connectivity Consortium (CCC), today announced it has surpassed the 50 member mark. Having grown 50 percent in the first quarter of 2012 alone, and representing 70 percent of automotive and 70 percent of smartphone markets worldwide, the milestone represents a sharp increase in momentum for the MirrorLink standard. The CCC made the announcement at International CTIA WIRELESS 2012 to reflect heightened coordination between the mobile, automotive and consumer electronics industries to make connected driving safer, more intuitive and more enjoyable.
3rd July 2012

Molex FAKRA II SMB Connectors Meet High Mechanical and Environmental Requirements of the Automotive Industry

Molex FAKRA II SMB Connectors Meet High Mechanical and Environmental Requirements of the Automotive Industry
Molex Incorporated today launched the FAKRA II SMB connectors, offering enhancements to the original high-performance FAKRA connector. Meeting both American and German FAKRA automotive standards, the improved connectors offer a 360º rotation for easy routing inside the automobile and a secondary plug locking latch for increased reliability.
3rd July 2012

u-blox CDMA2000 Modules Now Certified to Work with Verizon Wireless Network

u-blox CDMA2000 Modules Now Certified to Work with Verizon Wireless Network
u-blox today announced that two of its modules are certified for use on the Verizon 3G wireless network. The LISA-C200 surface mount and FW75-C200 connectorized CDMA2000 1xRTT modules can now work with the Verizon Wireless network in the USA to support a wide range of machine-to-machine (M2M) applications.
18th June 2012


CSR’s Latest for the Connected Car – Dual, Concurrent, In-Vehicle Wi-Fi Networks Capability

CSR’s Latest for the Connected Car – Dual, Concurrent, In-Vehicle Wi-Fi Networks Capability
CSR plc today announced availability of the CSR6030A11, its most powerful and feature-rich automotive-qualified standalone Wi-Fi solution. CSR introduced the CSR6000 family of automotive-grade platforms in April 2011 and, in close collaboration with automotive manufacturers, has since continued updating the company’s Wi-Fi solution to meet and exceed customer expectations. Representing a significant R&D investment, CSR’s new automotive Wi-Fi solution offers a number of significant advancements. In addition to improvements to the Wi-Fi performance, the CSR6030A11 offers “Concurrent Network Mode” – the capability to support Wi-Fi connectivity on two networks at the same time. In addition, CSR6030A11 is Wi-Fi Direct compliant, meaning that the CSR6030A11 can connect directly to other Wi-Fi CERTIFIED Wi-Fi Direct devices without relying on a hotspot for that connection. These capabilities give system designers greatly increased flexibility in supporting a much greater range of network topologies and use cases within the rapidly-changing, in-car consumer communications and entertainment environment.
13th June 2012


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