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Innovasic demos TSN-ready Deterministic Ethernet for automotive October 23, 2015Innovasic demos TSN-ready Deterministic Ethernet for automotive Innovasic, specialist in deterministic Ethernet ICs, will demonstrate how time-critical control data can be effectively managed on an Ethernet network using technologies that are being adopted and evaluated by the IEEE standards association for 802.1 Time Sensitive Networking (TSN). Read more Marvell jumps gun on Gigabit Ethernet for cars October 21, 2015Marvell jumps gun on Gigabit Ethernet for cars Marvell has won the race to a Gigabit automotive Ethernet PHY transceiver chip that can be shown off to car OEMs and Tier Ones. Called 88Q2112, it is compliant with the draft IEEE 802.3bp 1000BASE-T1 standard. Read more Video data cruncher has almost no latency September 9, 2015Video data cruncher has almost no latency High-resolution cameras are increasingly used in vehicles as sensors – for pedestrian detection, environmental surveillance and parking assistance. And increasingly these cameras stream their images to the processing unit through Ethernet AVB connections. Chipmaker Renesas now has developed a SoC that enables designers to directly link the cameras to the processing infrastructure. The chip compresses video images with a latency of just one millisecond. Read more Broadcom Tackles 5 Questions on Ethernet in Cars August 24, 2015Broadcom Tackles 5 Questions on Ethernet in Cars Right now, not many people in the know are willing to bet against the future that includes Ethernet in cars. Yet, angst and confusion continues to swirl around “automotive Ethernet” – whether this refers to the upcoming IEEE 802.3bw standard (also known as 100BASE-T1), the Broadcom-pioneered “BroadR-Reach” spec defined by the OPEN Alliance industry group, or any other variant. Read more NXP rolls Ethernet product family for next-gen data-rich cars August 6, 2015NXP rolls Ethernet product family for next-gen data-rich cars Camera-based driver assistant systems and the efforts to enable vehicles to drive autonomously have led to a massive increase of data traffic inside the cars, driving existing in-vehicle connectivity to its limits. With a set of new deterministic Ethernet devices, chipmaker NXP lays the foundation for future applications that will process even higher amounts of data. Read more
Ethernet switch enables deterministic interconnect for cars, machinery
High data rate cables step up Ethernet capacity in aerospace
MOST – a gigabit data backbone for future car generations?
Mentor inlcudes Ethernet into AUTOSAR tools
Ethernet comes to ADAS with megapixel camera
MOST Cooperation: Change at the administrator level
Freescale extends development environment for in-vehicle Ethernet
Is there a future for the MOST bus?
Testing BroadR-Reach Ethernet with oscilloscope
Renesas prepares Ethernet AVB infotainment platform
Freescale, Broadcom bring surround view to automotive mainstream
Configurable telematics box connects cars worldwide
Daimler S-class comes with MOST150
Domain controllers concept gains traction, says TTTech
Ethernet to redefine E/E architectures, expert says
Standard technologies set to displace classical automotive ecosystems
Power over Ethernet for automotive use at no additional system cost
"Future automotive applications need incredibly more computing power"
Tektronix bolsters midrange oscilloscope offering with automotive Ethernet analysis
"No car will be an island"
BMW joins AVnu Alliance for Ethernet technology
NXP, TTTech jointly develop automotive Ethernet switch chips
Infotainment platform integrates driver assistant functions
Ethernet AVB comes in complete package
Multicore microcontroller delivers low cost daisy-chain Ethernet audio
Interface box connects to CAN and Ethernet
Ethernet timing analysis targets CAN, FlexRay and AUTOSAR-based ECUs
Research project targets Ethernet as data backbone in vehicles
Fraunhofer develops automotive TCP/IP protocol stack tests
Tool supports automotive Ethernet configuration
Cadence enriches automotive Ethernet ecosystem with design and verification IP
Car industry should benefit from semiconductor economies of scale, NXP suggests
Multicore support, Ethernet are next goals for Autosar
MOST150 goes for a drive in the new Audi A3
In-car networking (save FlexRay), smart image systems drive electronics development, expert says
Ethernet-based communications for motor vehicles support the OPEN Alliance SIG
Ethernet enters infotainment domain - on the back of the MOST bus
MOST Forum 2012: MOST Cooperation releases MOST150 onto the road
Ethernet AVB development kit for open network standard automotive infotainment applications
Broadcom rolls broadest automotive Ethernet product portfolio
MOST Forum 2012 to focus on automotive Ethernet, application integration
Continental to roll out Ethernet in all automotive domains
Broadcom, NXP, Freescale and Harman join forces to establish in-car Ethernet
Automotive multi-bus gateway is PSI5 (V2.0) ready
Ethernet succeeds in automotive environments
MOST Cooperation demonstrates integration of Ethernet-based devices with MOST
Broadcom, Freescale, Omnivision bring Ethernet to parking assistance system
Infotainment designers prefer MOST technology
Car electronics build bridges to the IT world
Freescale tailors MCU for Ethernet-based vehicle applications
Renesas rolls range of 4G microcontrollers with support for Ethernet, MOST networks
Ethernet to gain ground in automotive applications, Bosch predicts
Microchip expands PIC microcontroller family with Ethernet, CAN and USB connectivity
STMicroelectronics I/O Hub aims at automotive infotainment
Harting expands connectivity solutions for in-vehicle networks
SerDes to play key role in infotainment electronics, NatSemi says
Data encryption for embedded vehicle systems
Beyond FlexRay: BMW airs Ethernet plans
TTTech delivers distributed avionics test bed to Sikorsky Aircraft
Ethernet could integrate automotive infotainment, study says

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