Samsung announced that its Automotive-based Exynos chipset would power Huyndai’s motor company’s next-generation in-vehicle infotainment systems, which means all the functions related to entertainment in the car will be operated on Samsung’s chipset. To grab this opportunity, Samsung has introduced a new Exynos Auto V920 processor.
The Exynos Auto V920 processor is packed with 10 cores, which is optimized for autonomous driving with a faster processing performance; in addition, it also has the support of LPDDT5’s latest memory chip that handles all processing load smoothly; combining all this, it can easily handle 6 high-resolution displays for the dashboard, dashboard, infotainment and rear seat entertainment systems as well as 12 camera sensor that captures crucial visual information.
Moreover, the chip also has some significant improvements in the graphics and artificial intelligence performance, enhancing visual presentation on displays and optimizing driver interaction with the car.
The neural processing unit also improved, and now it gives 2.7 times greater performance than the previous generation. It directly enhanced the driver monitoring feature to better detect the driver’s state and assess the surroundings and make the drive safe.
On the collaboration between Samsung and Hyundai, the Executive Vice President of Sales & Marketing, System LSI Business at Samsung Electronics, Jae Geol Pyee, said We are thrilled to be collaborating with Hyundai Motor, a prominent global mobility manufacturer, and we anticipate that this partnership will further solidify our position in the automotive infotainment space.” “Through close collaboration with our global customers and ecosystem partners, we will continue to create state-of-the-art automotive chip solutions that offer a safe and enjoyable mobility experience.”
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