Automotive technology platform

  • 20-Jul-2012 11:56 EDT
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MontaVista Software’s release of its Automotive Technology Platform (ATP) 2.0 is compliant to the new GENIVI Specification version 2.0 by the GENIVI Alliance. Enabling automotive manufacturers and Tier 1 suppliers to build powerful in-vehicle-infotainment systems while accelerating time to market, the MontaVista ATP also lowers development costs of innovative new features, claims the company. Some key components of the ATP are: Linux-based, GENIVI-compliant platform with fast boot/start-up, high performance, power management, and security options built in; advanced security capabilities with support for SELinux; MontaVista Linux containers providing isolated virtualized container environments; comprehensive networking and Internet support; and multimedia capabilities for audio and video requirements.

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