Designs for next-generation automotive telematics systems are becoming increasingly complex, where devices must handle multiple applications simultaneously while delivering the utmost reliability and performance. To meet the challenge, real-time operating system company QNX Software Systems and automotive telematics specialist ACUNIA, through its business unit ACUNIA Embedded Solutions, today announced their collaboration in creating high-performance embedded solutions aimed at the automotive telematics and embedded markets using the Intel(R) 80200T processor and the XINGU(R) concept. QNX also announced that it will release a board support package for the ACUNIA XINGU two-chip processing solution. XINGU is based on the Intel 80200T processor and a programmable companion chip, and provides a reusable building block for telematics designs."We see customers across all our geographic markets looking for
sophisticated embedded solutions that deliver high performance under limited environmental conditions such as the automobile," said Andrew Poliak, automotive segment manager for QNX. "The development work with ACUNIA and Intel on XINGU allows us to showcase our collective advanced capabilities for telematics and other embedded applications."
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