DENSO Corporation has announced that it will be setting up a new company named NSITEXE, Inc., to design and develop semiconductor IP cores 1. These are key semiconductor components that can be used in automated driving.
When it comes to automated driving, highly advanced electronic controls are needed for in-vehicle environment and safety technologies, like ADAS and automated driving in next-generation vehicles. With automated vehicles set to become more common on the roads, there will be need to process a large amount of data from the sensors and external communications at very fast speed. For this purpose, high-performance, low-power semiconductors are to expedite the decisionmaking process for automated driving functions.
The new company will be engaged in the manufacture of a next-generation processor that has the capability to quickly and efficiently analyze large amounts of data from sensors and external communication to help the vehicle operate in an optimal manner. The semiconductor IP cores that are optimized for in-vehicle applications will be licensed to manufacturers of in-vehicle microcomputer and SoC units.
DENSO has expertise of several years in-vehicle semiconductor technologies.
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