INTERVIEW: Ethernovia on ethernet communication system for automotive industry

Software-Defined Vehicles

As bandwidth demands increase along with the number of High-Performance Computing (HPCs) in the vehicle, there is a clear requirement for aggregation solutions that provide the “any data, anywhere” concept towards those local compute elements, says Christopher Mash

Ethernovia Inc. develops an ethernet system to process the bandwidth demands of the future. It offers a virtual communication solution that enables the software-defined vehicle (SDV) for future automobile communication. The company was incorporated in 2018 and is based in San Jose, California. Earlier this year, Ethernovia closed a $64-million Series A funding round with investors including Porsche SE, Qualcomm Ventures, AMD and Venturetech Alliance.  In September, the company announced a partnership with Continental to develop a 7nm automotive switch. To learn more about the development, we interviewed Christopher Mash, Vice President of Business Development at Ethernovia.

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