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10 Gbps automotive Ethernet platform

   

10 Gbps automotive Ethernet platform

Molex and Excelfore have teamed up on the development of a 10 Gbps Ethernet Automotive Network designed to accelerate data bandwidth in intelligent connected vehicles. The new Molex network platform featuring Excelfore connected mobility solutions Integrates highly reliable high-speed data transmission, prioritization, scalability and security. Excelfore solutions streamline integration and over-the-air (OTA) diagnostics, firmware and software updates to different automotive devices, from different vendors, running different operating systems, across multiple networks.

Tier-1 automotive manufacturers need the right tools to address the unique design challenges of building next-generation vehicles,” said Dave Atkinson, director of business development, connected mobility solutions, ‎Molex. “Our fully integrated platform provides standards-based, secure and scalable networks in the vehicle and in the cloud.
Based on a future-ready, automotive-grade high-speed gateway, the Molex 10 Gbps Ethernet Automotive Network accommodates different vehicle profiles with end-to-end data integration and prioritization. The platform incorporates Excelfore Protocol Stacks and eSync System for OTA updates, diagnostics, telematics and analytic smart learning integration.

Designed for secure transmission with a vehicle and the various electronic end devices within the vehicle, the eSync System can push data via cloud-based eSync servers to the vehicle for OTA software and firmware updates, or pull data for diagnosing and tracking vehicle status and performance. Excelfore protocol stacks for in-vehicle Ethernet audio-video bridging (AVB) and time sensitive networking (TSN) run on cameras, video displays, head units, ECUs, and network gateways so that CAN, LIN, and other busses can be reached by Ethernet.

www.connector.com/electronic-solutions/connected-mobility



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