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MOST selected for use in Volvo XC90

MOST selected for use in Volvo XC90
MOST is pleased to announce that Volvo has integrated the MOST150 into its Volvo XC90. Along with a high bandwidth of 150Mbit/s, the MOST features an isochronous transport mechanism to support extensive video applications, as well as an Ethernet channel for efficient transport of IP-based packet data.
18th May 2015

Microchip ships 25m MOST devices

Microchip Technology, have announced that a wide variety of brands from carmakers General Motors and Toyota Motor, including both volume and luxury vehicles, continue to deploy Microchip’s MOST50 devices in their infotainment systems. Their growing usage over the years recently resulted in Microchip reaching the 25m milestone for MOST50 Intelligent Network Interface Controllers shipped.
14th May 2015

Telematics system provides an abundance of I/Os

Telematics system provides an abundance of I/Os
Avalue has unveiled a modular, in-vehicle, embedded telematics system, VMS-BYT. Offering easy assembly and maintenance, VMS-BYT is a rugged system which increases stability and environmental tolerance, suitable for applications including fleet telematics, passenger infotainment, and in-vehicle surveillance on board commuter shuttles, long distance coaches, and vehicle fleets.
23rd April 2015


Audi selects Microchip's INIC for cockpit system

Audi selects Microchip's INIC for cockpit system
Microchip Technology has announced that AUDI is networking the Audi virtual cockpit system in its TT Models using MOST technology. Specifically, it is deploying Microchip’s OS81118 MOST150 INIC (Intelligent Network Interface Controller), which provides 150Mb/s performance, supports all MOST network data types and includes a High Speed USB 2.0 interface (PHY/HSIC) to seamlessly connect with the virtual cockpit’s SoC processor.
21st April 2015

Addressing vehicle embedded system performance & security

At Stand 622 during National Electronics Week, 21st to 22nd April in Birmingham, UK, Lynx Software Technologies is focusing on the security and performance of automotive embedded systems. Lynx will deliver a paper on improving real-time performance and minimising latency in vehicle embedded systems at the inaugural Vehicle Electronics & Embedded Masterclass.
16th April 2015

Microchip powers BMW 2 Series' infotainment system

Microchip powers BMW 2 Series' infotainment system
The BMW Group is continuing to broaden the proliferation of MOST technology in its vehicle infotainment networks, using Microchip’s Intelligent Network Interface Controllers (INICs). The BMW 2 Series Active Tourer is BMW’s latest volume car model to implement MOST technology, following the company’s wide deployment among its premium models, which began in 2001.
15th April 2015

Automotive audio ICs deliver strong RF performance

Automotive audio ICs deliver strong RF performance
Silicon Labs has introduced a complete portfolio of receivers/audio processors and multi-standard digital radio ICs designed to deliver high AM/FM and digital radio performance for the global car radio market. The Si479xx family of AM/FM receivers and digital radio tuners delivers a benchmark for car radio reception performance with on-chip audio processing at the lowest system cost.
25th March 2015

Flexible film enables in-car multi-touch sensor

Flexible film enables in-car multi-touch sensor
Canatu, Schuster and Display Solution have showcased a pioneering 3D encapsulated touch sensor for the automotive industry. The partnership is delivering the first ever button-free 3D shaped multi-touch panel for automotive, bringing hotly anticipated touch applications to dashboards and paneling. The demonstrator provides an example of multi-functional display with 5 finger touch realised in IML technology.
6th March 2015

Bluetooth IC integrates DSP for automotive audio

Bluetooth IC integrates DSP for automotive audio
Combining full Bluetooth operation with audio processing capabilities and supporting circuitry, the TC35668IXBG system IC has been announced by Toshiba Electronics Europe. The device is suitable for automotive hands-free and audio streaming subsystems for integration by car OEMs and the after-sales automotive market. It can also form the basis of a subsystem such as a wireless speaker.
24th February 2015

Sign-off solutions enable car infotainment system

By utilising power noise and reliability sign-off solutions from ANSYS, NXP Semiconductors has improved the overall performance of its car infotainment system. Due to the standardisation of digital radios in automobiles, scalable multi-standard support, improved reception performance and cost savings are driving NXP’s product development. Using ANSYS engineering simulation tools, NXP combined six chips into a single SoC, the SAF360x. 
3rd February 2015


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