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Chip Suppliers Target Vehicle Complexity
4/2/2013

Freescale's Qorivva MPC5748G uses two main cores operating at 160 MHz and a smaller I/O core running at 80 MHz, to help with the division of electronic tasks.   (Source: Freescale Semiconductor)
Freescale’s Qorivva MPC5748G uses two main cores operating at 160 MHz and a smaller I/O core running at 80 MHz, to help with the division of electronic tasks.
(Source: Freescale Semiconductor)

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apresher   4/2/2013 1:09:54 PM
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Chuck, Excellent article. It's amazing that high end vehicles could have as many as 100 microcontrollers but it makes sense.  Infotainment and new "smart" features just add to the load. Will be interesting to see how quickly there could be some combining of functions. I assume that is a trend for the future?

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