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"IoT and the car is like a gift for Freescale" May 02, 2014  In automotive semiconductor rankings, Freescale continues to fall back from its former pole position. EE Times Europe asked Steve Wainwright, General Manager, Freescale EMEA, and Juergen Weyer, Vice President Automotive EMEA, about the chipmaker's recipe to regain market share and their perspective on ... Read more "Future automotive applications need incredibly more computing power" December 12, 2013 These days, the Autosar (Automotive Open System Architecture) development partnership celebrates its tenth anniversary. Launched with the goal to reduce the complexity of the heterogeneous software landscape within cars, the initiative gained much support throughout the industry - today, practically ... Read more "No car will be an island" November 05, 2013 Novel automotive applications such as camera-based ADAS, car-to-x communications or automated driving, trigger avalanches of data. To cope with this data flood, high-performance data networks have to be established within the vehicles, offering much higher bandwidth that existing solutions. The likely ... Read more Step-down switching regulators with built-in power MOSFET April 19, 2013 Step-down switching regulators with built-in power MOSFET Rohm Semiconductor has announced a series of step-down switching regulators with a built-in 45V/800-mΩ power MOSFET. Read more Multicore support, Ethernet are next goals for Autosar November 08, 2012 Multicore support, Ethernet are next goals for Autosar The upcoming Autosar version 4.11, due in the first quarter of 2013 will include support for multicore processors and Ethernet. In an interview with EE Times Europe, the new Autosar spokesperson Stefan Schmerler explained what currently drives the automotive software standard framework. Read more
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Which approach is best suited for automotive infotainment connectivity?