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Inventec and Renesas jointly develop proof of concept for EV-connected gateways

Taiwanese computer server manufacturer Inventec and Japanese semiconductor supplier Renesas Electronics have established a partnership to build automotive-grade gateway solutions for EVs.

The companies will develop a proof of concept for connected gateways based on the R-Car system-on-chip (SoC) from Renesas. Under the deal, Renesas will supply Inventec with R-Car SoCs, analog and power products, as well as engineering support, to create a proof of concept for next-generation in-vehicle connected gateway systems. 

The first proof of concept will provide cybersecurity and OTA for connected gateway apps and is expected to be available through Inventec from the second quarter of 2024.

“The integration of our technology with Renesas’s field-proven R-Car SoC platform will enable us to reach a new base of EV customers in search of advanced intelligent automotive solutions around the world,” said Sam Yeh, Chairman of Inventec.

Source: Renesas

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