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Marvell introduces a secure automotive gigabit Ethernet switch

Marvell has introduced a secure automotive gigabit Ethernet switch, an industry first. It is being claimed that it will now permit a higher level of safety for data transmission in next-generation connected vehicles. Some of its features are as follows: It is fully compliant with the IEEE802.3 and 802.1 standards. …

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Spirent has launched ethernet testing solution for automotive


Spirent Communications has launched first Automotive Ethernet Protocol Conformance & Performance Test System with the new 1000BASE-T1 physical layer standard. This solution enables automobile manufacturers and suppliers to determine if their data traffic is transmitted correctly and on-time over the market’s highest in-vehicle connectivity bandwidth. The 1000BASE-T1 standard allows high …

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HARMAN help accelerate Ethernet usage in connected cars with open source tech


Published: November 03, 2015 | Stamford, CT HARMAN  has made an open source software contribution to the open AVB project to help drive the adoption of Ethernet AVB/TSN (Audio Video Bridging/Time Sensitive Networking) in automotive, consumer, pro audio/video and industrial markets. The contributed technology includes major enhancements to the AVTP …

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Renault chose Spirent to power its in-vehicle Ethernet network


Published: October 21, 2015 | CRAWLEY, England Spirent’s Automotive Ethernet BroadR-Reach® Conformance and Performance test solution has been selected by Renault. It will be used to help develop next generation in-vehicle networks that provide drivers and passengers with the multiple benefits of connected cars.  Current in-vehicle networks are unable to …

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Open Alliance SIG to develop automotive grade Ethernet for Connected Cars


Published: December 12, 2014 | United States The OPEN Alliance (One-Pair EtherNet) Special Interest Group (SIG has announced the formation of several new technical committees (TCs). This includes TCs focused on refining automotive xMII interfaces, enabling Gigabit automotive Ethernet over Plastic Optical Fiber (POF), defining tests for one-pair Ethernet Electronic …

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Freescale reveals in-car Ethernet and infotainment platform SABRE


Published: October 22, 2014 | Detroit, MI Freescale Semiconductor  introduced a comprehensive hardware/software development system for enabling automotive grade Ethernet connectivity for next generation infotainment, instrument cluster, camera telematics and rear seat entertainment designs. The new solution will support real-time data transport throughout the vehicle and replace expensive digital technologies. …

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Spirent launches automotive Ethernet test solution for Connected Cars


Published: June 3, 2014 | United Kingdom Spirent Communications has introduced a solution for testing automotive Ethernet functionality and security to help accelerate new in-vehicle features and deliver a better driving experience. The Spirent C1 Automotive Test System is the first fully integrated test solution to support the BroadR-Reach(R) industry …

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Ethernet usage growing in connected cars

UK: Frost & Sullivan forecasts that the total number of Ethernet ports globally will reach 300 million by 2020. The number of nodes or ports is expected to range from more than 100 in luxury cars, 50–60 in mass market segment cars, and less than 10 nodes in entry level …

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GENIVI Alliance and JASPAR collaborates on industry standards for in-vehicle infotainment systems


USA: The GENIVI Alliance has entered into a liaison agreement with JASPAR (Japan Automotive Software Platform and Architecture) to align networking software requirements for automotive Bluetooth and Ethernet, specific to in-vehicle infotainment systems and related applications by year-end. This agreement between JASPAR and GENIVI, an automotive and consumer electronics industry …

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Hyundai connected car to be powered by Broadcom Ethernet


USA: Broadcom Corporation has inked a joint development agreement with Hyundai Motor to power the next-generation connected car. The partnership will integrate infotainment, telematics and Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) features like surround view parking and lane departure warning into Hyundai vehicles. Jointly, the companies aim to offer faster connectivity to …

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