Microchip Technology Inc. today announced that it has delivered 50 million 50 Mbps Intelligent Network Interface Controller (INIC) with MOST® technology. Microchip's MOST50 technology includes an electrical physical layer (ePHY) ideal for unshielded twisted pair (UTP) copper applications, from compact sedans to luxury SUVs, which have been implemented on many vehicle platforms, as well as major vehicles such as General Motors and Toyota Vendors are currently using the technology.
MOST technology is a mature and reliable, well-defined and widely used network solutions for broadband in-car infotainment systems. MOST technology provides predictable and efficient transmission support for audio, video, packet and control data, eliminating the need for cumbersome time synchronization protocols. For audio and video data, Microchip INIC provides direct connectivity to the infotainment network and module application hardware interfaces, reducing processor overhead, simplifying data communications and supporting remote controlless processor applications.If you want to learn more information,please go to electronics chip.
"Achieving 50 million milestones is an important achievement of MOST50 technology," said Dan Termer, vice president of Automotive Information Systems. "It also demonstrates the worldwide recognition and adoption of MOST networking technology and we will continue to work with major global automotive Business cooperation, the implementation of MOST technology.
The MOST collaboration standard supports automotive OEMs and their tier 1 suppliers to develop systems that are managed in a mature, reliable and well-managed way to develop highly reliable and high quality of service (QoS) infotainment systems. MOST technology has been implemented in 220 models worldwide and is used by all major OEMs.