Multicore 32-bit microcontroller family

  • 11-Jun-2012 11:09 EDT


Designed for automotive powertrain and safety applications, Infineon Technologies offers a new family of 32-bit multicore microcontrollers. The AURIX family’s multicore architecture features up to three independent 32-bit TriCore processor cores to meet the industry's highest safety standards, while doubling performance compared to currently available best-in-class devices, according to Infineon. With its high real-time performance as well as embedded safety and security features, the AURIX family is a suitable platform for applications such as the control of combustion engines, electrical and hybrid vehicles, transmission control units, chassis domains, braking systems, electrical power steering systems, airbags, and advanced driver assistance systems.

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