Samsung’s first Exynos chip for autos will power Audi’s redesigned in-vehicle infotainment framework beginning in 2021, the organization declared today. The Exynos Auto V9 depends on 8-nanometer (nm) process tech and comes complete with eight ARM Cortex-A76 cores, offering a maximum speed of 2.1 GHz.
Subsequently, Samsung is promising premium sound feature, multi-screen abilities (with help for up to six displays and 12 camera connections). Moreover, the Exynos Auto packs an ARM Mali G76 GPU, HiFi 4 sound digital signal processor, and an intelligent neural processing unit. Samsung will use its 8LPP process technology to manufacture the chip.
We realized the chip was inbound after Samsung’s declaration in 2017 affirming its partnership with Audi. Relations between the two organizations really go back to 2015, when Samsung turned into the primary memory provider to join the German automobile creator’s Progressive SemiConductor Program.
In October of a year ago, Samsung additionally uncovered that it will supply an OLED display for Audi’s first all-electric vehicle, the E-Tron. What’s more, the Korean tech giant is building two auto chips for smart vehicles.
Be that as it may, Samsung isn’t the main tech organization pursuing the several billions of dollars up for grabs in the car electrical parts industry. Qualcomm’s processor, for example, is at the core of Panasonic’s Android-controlled vehicle infotainment framework.
In the meantime, BlackBerry flaunts the QNX vehicle infotainment framework, used by Volkswagen. NVIDIA is additionally making bank from its AI-powered infotainment system, on account of huge name associations with Mercedes and (previously) Tesla, before the EV-manufacturer changed to Intel.
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