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New Application Brings Intelligent Connections to the VehicleIntel joins hands with Shenzhen Hazen Auto Electronics Co., Ltd. to build next generation in-vehicle infotainment system
OverviewAutomotive electronics cost is becoming an increasingly larger percentage of total vehicle cost, while cars are gradually transitioning from an information isolated island to a mobile information processing platform. Global car users spend billions of U.S. dollars each year on installing the latest in-vehicle devices to access the information and entertainment they enjoy and to communicate freely with friends, families and colleagues from their cars.
• In-vehicle systems require low power consumption and compact designs: From a design standpoint, the processor must provide low power consumption and allow for design flexibility while maintaining high performance computing capability.
• Hazen adopted the Intel® Atom™ processor Z510PT to meet the special needs of in-vehicle electronic devices and can now more easily customize IVI systems for specific vehicle models.
• With Intel’s advanced 45nm processor technology and breakthrough C6 state (Deep Power Down Technology), the Intel Atom processor Z510PT features a TDP of 2.2W, runs at the maximum of 1.1GHz and supports Intel® Hyper-Threading Technology (Intel® HT Technology); it provides mobile computing devices with powerful computing performance and graphic processing capability. The support for industrial temperature (-40 ~ +85°C) allows the processor to meet the demand of temperature-restricted designs such as in-vehicle applications.Read the full Shenzhen Hazen Auto Electronics Case Study.
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