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Valens teams with Aptiv for vehicle architecture platform

Valens teams with Aptiv for vehicle architecture platform

Valens has partnered with Aptiv to develop its Smart Vehicle Architecture platform, which reduces the number of connections and individual devices in cars with a centralised, shared architecture.

Valens’ technology enables the transmission of ultra-high-speed data across a simple infrastructure (such as UTP) for long-distances (15m/50ft), simplifying in-vehicle connectivity and supporting centralised and remote computer systems.

Valens allows for the convergence of a range of interfaces, including PCIe, Ethernet, audio and controls across the same link. Valens’ chipsets are embedded into the SVA’s PowerData Centre (PDC) modules.

“In-vehicle data needs are increasing exponentially and the ability to transmit such bandwidth through a single system considerably simplifies the overall in-vehicle data architecture,” said Valens Automotive Business Unit VP, Daniel Adler.

“Valens’ ability to transmit multi-Gig PCIe over a single UTP unlocks possibilities, helping Aptiv’s SVA revolutionise the connected and autonomous car.”

Source: www.just-auto.com

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