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MOST150 Pumps Up the Volume

MOST150 Pumps Up the Volume
The MOST Cooperation will again participate in the MOST Forum as knowledge partner and exhibitor. At this fifth International MOST Conference on April 23, 2013 in Stuttgart/Esslingen (Germany), the standardization organization for the leading automotive multimedia network Media Oriented Systems Transport (MOST) will celebrate the ongoing success of MOST150 being rolled out. In the exhibition area, the MOST Cooperation will showcase a new feature of MOST called Remote Control”, which the MOST Cooperation is working on adding to the MOST specifications. The new feature will be shown in a demo that connects a head unit with several displays and an amplifier over MOST50 with unshielded twisted pair (UTP) copper wire as well as over MOST150 with coaxial cable.
30th April 2013

MOST Forum 2013 Program Disclosed

The fifth MOST Forum on April 23, 2013 in Stuttgart/Esslingen (Germany) will give insight into the future generation of MOST Technology. Following the significant milestone of the latest generation MOST150 having gone into series in 2012, next generation MOSTnG is being defined. With MOST150, for the first time, the MOST Ethernet channel is being used to transmit IP data within the vehicle on the road, stated Dr. Christian Thiel, MOST Cooperation Administrator.
18th December 2012

New MOST Generation MOST150 Has Entered the Roads in the New Audi A3

New MOST Generation MOST150 Has Entered the Roads in the New Audi A3
The MOST Cooperation welcomes the recent rollout of the new Audi A3, the first car model that integrates the latest MOST Generation MOST150. Since first implementing MOST in an Audi car in 2002, MOST has become the established standard for the networking of premium infotainment systems at Audi, stated Stephan Esch, Head of Vehicle Networking, Technical Development at AUDI AG. Now the new generation MOST150 is being launched in the new Audi A3 series. This also initiates the vehicle platforms MQB (modular transverse construction set) and MLB (modular longitudinal construction set) which will proceed in upcoming vehicle models ranging from the Volkswagen Golf to the Audi A8. Following the Audi A3, the technology will roll out successively through each of the series in the Volkswagen group.
16th October 2012


Application Note for MOST150 Coax Physical Standard is Available

Application Note for MOST150 Coax Physical Standard is Available
The MOST Cooperation (MOSTCO) - the standardization organization for the leading automotive multimedia network Media Oriented Systems Transport (MOST) - announces that an application note is available that describes a test board for the MOST150 cPHY that uses a cable model based on available discrete components. Set up by the Working Group Physical Layer according to the compliance measurement guideline, this application note is available for MOSTCO members to be used for compliance checking. The application note refers to the released MOST150 Electrical Physical Layer Sub-Specification Rev. 1.0 based on coaxial cable.
16th October 2012

MOST Presentation at SAE Convergence at Booth 706

At the upcoming SAE Convergence on October 16 to 17, 2012, the MOST Cooperation will exhibit the latest technology highlights at Booth 706. MOST is used in over 120 vehicle models to efficiently transport audio and video around the vehicle with very efficient bandwidth utilization and low processing overhead. The latest generation of MOST, MOST150, now also includes a dedicated Ethernet channel to make MOST the ideal network backbone for a broad variety of applications within the vehicle, including connected services and general Internet access. During this leading automotive exhibition in Detroit (Michigan, United States) at the Cobo Center, the MOST Cooperation will also celebrate the expansion of MOST Technology to the United States. The first two vehicles with MOST by a US carmaker are on the road already and others will follow soon, stated Dr. Christian Thiel, MOST Cooperation Administrator.
21st August 2012

MOST Forum Invites Speakers for 2013

MOST Forum Invites Speakers for 2013
The MOST Forum again invites speakers to present the latest MOST Technology insights and future outlook on April 23, 2013. In Stuttgart/Esslingen (Germany), this international MOST conference and exhibition will again welcome top professionals from the automotive electronics industry and academia to exchange information and the results of their recent work.
3rd July 2012

In-car Ethernet Enters the Road

In-car Ethernet Enters the Road
The MOST Cooperation proudly announces that automotive Ethernet via MOST is now making its way into the car and onto the roads.
20th March 2012

MOST Forum 2012: MOST Cooperation Releases MOST150 Onto the Road

At the fourth MOST Forum on March 20 2012 in Stuttgart/Esslingen, the MOST Cooperation will again participate as knowledge partner and exhibitor to showcase the latest technology highlights. The theme of this year's exhibit is 'MOST150 Rolls Off the Line', describing the third generation of MOST Technology hitting the road in 2012, stated Dr. Christian Thiel, Administrator of the MOST Cooperation. MOST150 meets the requirements not only for the traditional areas of entertainment and information, but also for the new domains of mobile connectivity, connected services, and driver assistance. We are proud to announce that automotive Ethernet will go into series via MOST150. In addition to transporting high Quality of Service (QoS) audio and video, this latest technology also provides an automotive-ready physical layer for Ethernet protocols within the car. MOST is thus equivalent to an IEEE802.x network.
14th February 2012

MOST(R) Forum 2012 Will Mark MOST150 Kickoff

The fourth MOST Forum on March 20, 2012 in Stuttgart/Esslingen will celebrate a significant milestone of MOST Technology: with MOST150, the third MOST generation will go into series in 2012. Thus, for the first time, the MOST Ethernet channel will be used in practice to transmit IP data within the vehicle. MOST150 provides an automotive-ready physical layer for Ethernet protocols in addition to transporting high Quality of Service (QoS) audio and video within the car. The upcoming MOST Forum promises exciting presentations about the latest developments and research results, stated Dr. Christian Thiel, Administrator of the MOST Cooperation - the standardization organization for the leading automotive multimedia network Media Oriented Systems Transport (MOST). Several carmakers and suppliers will give insight into automotive IP-based data transmission and present an outlook on future network technology and applications connected over MOST, such as driver assist systems, mobile devices, and Internet access.
7th December 2011

Automotive Ethernet Put into Practice by MOST150

Automotive Ethernet Put into Practice by MOST150
The MOST Cooperation presents the seamless integration capabilities of Ethernet-based devices with MOST. We are proud to announce that automotive Ethernet will go into series in 2012 via MOST150, stated Dr. Christian Thiel, MOST Cooperation Administrator. Prepared for rollout in 2012, MOST150 provides an automotive-ready physical layer for Ethernet protocols in addition to transporting high-definition audio and video within the car. This makes MOST the ideal network backbone for a broad variety of IP-based applications such as supporting apps on connected services and Internet access in general. MOST is thus comparable to an IEEE802.x network. The MOST150 network supports today's consumer standards such as UPnP (Universal Plug-n-Play) and DLNA (Digital Living Network Alliance) as well as diagnostics standards (DoIP). The flexibility of MOST network technology allows star, daisy-chain, tree, and other topologies implemented on different physical layers: POF, coax based electrical physical layer, and shielded and unshielded twisted pair (STP/UTP) copper wires.
12th October 2011

MOST Cooperation Support for Academia

The MOST Cooperation enhances its partnership with academic institutions. Academia is one essential partner of the MOST Cooperation in setting up the future roadmap for MOST Technology, stated Dr. Wolfgang Bott, Technical Coordinator of the MOST Cooperation. In order to stay ahead with this innovative automotive network technology we will provide instructional material to support training on automotive network technologies. In addition, we are intensifying our partnership by collaborating more closely in research and development as well as validations and verifications of new technology aspects.
12th October 2011

MOST Cooperation Presents Outstanding Technical Conference Program at ICA 2011

Media Oriented Systems Transport (MOST) - invites carmakers and suppliers to Tokyo (Japan) for the 12th MOST Interconnectivity Conference Asia (ICA). We are very pleased to celebrate, together with the Asian automotive industry, the major milestone of the third generation MOST150 already heading towards rollout, stated Dr. Christian Thiel, MOST Cooperation Administrator. This reflects MOSTCO's path of success, with fast-growing acceptance of this de-facto automotive network standard by key carmakers worldwide. The number of vehicle models relying on the MOST infotainment backbone already totals over 110 vehicle models on the road today.
28th September 2011

MOST® Forum 2011 Reports Upbeat Atmosphere

Over 165 professionals from the automotive electronics industry and academia attended the third MOST Forum on April 5, 2011 in Frankfurt, Germany. Again, the broad international audience was composed of attendees from all over Europe, Asia and North America. We are pleasantly surprised by the continuously rising number of participants at this leading event for automotive infotainment, stated Dr. Christian Thiel, Administrator of the MOST Cooperation - the standardization organization for the leading automotive multimedia network Media Oriented Systems Transport (MOST).
4th May 2011

MOST® Cooperation Releases MOST150

The MOST Cooperation has released the MOST150 Electrical Physical Layer Sub- Specification Rev. 1.0 based on coaxial cable. This MOST150 coax physical standard complements the existing MOST150 optical physical layer in the infotainment domain, especially for 10 OEMs who have stringent preferences in the electrical physical layer, stated Dr. Wolfgang Bott, Technical Coordinator of the MOST Cooperation.
4th May 2011

Updated and Expanded MOST Book Includes MOST150

Updated and Expanded MOST Book Includes MOST150
Titled The Automotive Multimedia Network - From MOST25 to MOST150, this second edition of the comprehensive and easy to understand standard work is published by the Franzis Publishing House in the series Electronics & Electrical Technology library. The MOST Cooperation has assigned this update to provide the latest status by including MOST150 - the third generation of MOST which is close to rollout, stated editor Prof. Dr.-Ing. Andreas Grzemba. Providing access to all three technology generations, this qualified compendium addresses electronics development professionals to obtain an overview and making MOST Technology easy to understand and apply. But also project managers and executives who are concerned with the transmission of multimedia data will receive an excellent insight.
5th April 2011

MOST150 Includes Coaxial Cable

MOST150 Includes Coaxial Cable
The MOST Cooperation - the standardization organization for the leading automotive multimedia network Media Oriented Systems Transport (MOST) - has released the MOST150 Electrical Physical Layer Sub-Specification Rev. 1.0 based on coaxial cable.
5th April 2011

MOST Network Adopted in New Mercedes SLK- and CLS-Class Models

SMSC today announced that the Media Oriented Systems Transport networking technology, the de facto standard for high bandwidth infotainment networking in the car, has been selected as the backbone of the infotainment system of the new Mercedes-Benz SLK-Class and CLS-Class models.
15th March 2011

MOST(R) Forum 2011: MOST Cooperation Demonstrates Readiness to Meet Future Demands

The MOST Cooperation will again participate in the upcoming MOST Forum on April 5, 2011, in Frankfurt (Germany). In the exhibition area, the standardization organization for the leading automotive multimedia network, Media Oriented Systems Transport (MOST), will present new technology highlights based on its latest generation - MOST150 - which meets tomorrow's multimedia and information network needs in the car. At present, MOST150 is heading towards implementation.
28th February 2011

MOST150 broadens in-car multimedia to forward high-definition audio and video into vehicles

MOST150 broadens in-car multimedia to forward high-definition audio and video into vehicles
The MOST Cooperation is pleased about the milestones the latest MOST Technology has accomplished: MOST150 now offers the technology and full audio/video capability for next generation automotive infotainment features and devices such as Head Units, Rear Seat Entertainment, amplifiers, TV-tuners and video displays.
24th January 2011

MOST150 Now Allows Safety Critical Applications

MOST150 Now Allows Safety Critical Applications
The MOST Cooperation welcomes the latest research results proving that MOST150 is ready to support safety-critical applications and may be available as the future network for driver assistance systems. By supporting the new domain of driver assist, the latest MOST Technology completes the major fields of in-car uses such as entertainment, information, mobile connectivity, and connected services. Today's MOST is now exceeding the limits of infotainment, stated Harald Schoepp, member of the MOST Cooperation steering committee.
24th January 2011


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