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28 Mar, 2014

John Day We hear a lot about connected cars these days and clearly, if we’re going to have them, the cars need fast and reliable access to external data. Hoping to help that along, Continental this week introduced a high-speed telematics module that offers up to 100 Mbps bandwidth wherever in the world the 4G Long Term Evolution (LTE) mobile network standard is available. The module addresses cellular technologies … Read More

HSPA, high-speed telematics module, LIN, CDMA, 4G long term evolution (LTE), EVDO, MOST, USB, GSM, Wi-Fi, Ethernet

30 Jul, 2013

John Day     With all of the electronic features currently in or planned for cars, it’s clear that automakers need more bandwidth. Frost & Sullivan Senior Research Analyst Divya Krishnamurthy suggests that Ethernet could serve as the backbone to the electronic architecture needed to connect domains and sub networks. 300 million Ethernet ports The research firm estimates that the total number … Read More

Honda, General Motors, Hyundai, Broadcom, Infotainment, Freescale, Jaguar Land Rover, Frost & Sullivan, Ethernet, PSA Peugeot Citroën, Fiat

7 Nov, 2012

John Day   It might seem as if it’s taken MOST (Media Oriented Systems Transport), the automotive multimedia and infotainment standard, a long time to catch on, and there are some who suggest that it’s time has already passed, now that Ethernet is the Next Big Thing in automotive networking. But that’s relative if not downright wrong, according to Henry Muyshondt, Technical Liaison of the MOST Cooperation. The … Read More

MOST Cooperation, MOST, MOST150, Cadillac XTS, Ethernet, Cadillac ATS, MOST50, IEEE 802.x, Toyota, Kia, GM, Volkswagen Group, Hyundai

26 Jul, 2012

Phil Burr

Today, more ‘things’ are connected to the Internet than there are people on the planet. Connectivity was a major theme at last week’s Freescale FTF event in San Antonio, Texas. There were over 1300 attendees, and around 200 technical sessions over the course of 4 days. An impressive range of SoC solutions aimed at connectivity covered such diverse applications, from Medical, Energy Management, Safety

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CAN/LIN, Medical, Energy, Freescale, Ethernet, Infotainment, MOST, IVI, SoC

29 Jun, 2012

Andrew Patterson Today, more ‘things’ are connected to the Internet than there are people on the planet. Connectivity was a major theme at last week’s Freescale FTF event in San Antonio, Texas. There were over 1300 attendees, and around 200 technical sessions over the course of 4 days. An impressive range of SoC solutions aimed at connectivity covered such diverse applications, from Medical, Energy Management, Safety … Read More

IVI, Infotainment, Medical, CAN/LIN, MOST, Freescale, SoC, Energy, Ethernet

22 Mar, 2012

Dennis Brophy Remembering Don Loughry “How did you get involved in standards,” I was asked. On a business trip to India in 2009, I was asked to come by the Mentor office in Noida to meet with some “freshers” and other participants in Mentor’s Displaced Worker Program who were in the middle of a SystemVerilog training.  As one of many who have been engaged in the development of the SystemVerilog (aka IEEE Std 1800™-2009) … Read More

UC Davis, Don Loughry, 488, HP-IB, Lan, Ethernet, Hewlett-Packard

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