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    1. The case for the connected car

      The case for the connected car

      As consumers start demanding more connected cars, multiple wireless networks including Bluetooth and WiFi must coexist within the vehicle. Semiconductor integration holds the key to ensuring interoperability within tight cost, size and power constraints. By Heiner Tendyck, Principal Engineer for Solution Marketing and Strategic Business Planning, Toshiba Electronics Europe.

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      Mentions: Infotainment Safety
    2. Storage and the connected car

      Storage and the connected car

      Automotive storage always used to refer to how much boot space a car had, or whether there was a sizeable glove box and sunglasses holder. Today, automotive storage is also used to refer to the amount of digital storage space a car contains – and as more and more of our work and entertainment are delivered digitally, the importance of digital storage increases. 

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  1. Categories

    1. Categories:

      Autonomous Car, Connected Car, Data Security & Privacy, Design, Testing, & Simulation, HPC and Cloud, Sustainability