Automotive-qualified chipset for V2X

  • 02-Dec-2016 07:20 EST
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Autotalks’ (Kfar Netter, Israel) next-generation V2X devices embed a mobility-optimized modem, support dual-antenna with optimal and flexible RX/TX (receiver/transmitter) diversity, perform line-rate message ECDSA (Elliptic Curve Digital Signature Algorithm) verification of the entire link capacity and embed an ultra-low-latency V2X HSM (Hardware Security Module). In addition, Autotalks’ next generation was designed for cryptoagility and scalability and is capable of operating at a high temperature range. Autotalks’ chipset was selected by DENSO and will be at the center of the company’s global V2X platform for car-makers mass market projects. According to Autotalks, the prototyping phase has already started for a high-volume start of production in 2019 that targets the North America market. For more information, visit

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