Continental and Ethernovia partner to develop 7-nanometer automotive switch

Software-Defined Vehicles

The device to enable high-performance compute for safer, more reliable autonomous vehicles

Continental and Ethernovia have announced a development partnership to create a high-bandwidth, low-latency switch in an automotive-qualified 7-nanometer process to efficiently and securely move data within software-defined vehicles (SDVs), according to a press release on September 18.

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