Honda, IBM to collaborate on developing next-generation chips for software-defined vehicles

New Product Development

Two partners will collaborate in the specialized field of semiconductor technologies, such as brain-inspired computing and chiplet technologies, with the goal of improving processing performance while reducing power consumption

Honda has signed a memorandum of understanding with IBM to collaborate on a long-term joint research and development of next-generation computing technologies such as chips for software-defined vehicles, the company said in a press release May 15.

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