Infotainment development platform

  • 02-Sep-2008 02:21 EDT
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The Programmable Architecture Integrated System (PARIS) platform from Altera Corp. is a scalable solution enabling development of car infotainment and telematics systems. The platform is based on an open microcontroller system, with processor cores, periphery interfaces, and special function blocks integrated on a single integrated circuit. It features a scalable graphics system with multiple video-in and video-out functionalities, an audio processing module, and an application processor. The system supports CAN, MOST, USB, Ethernet, and SDHC interfaces. A complete kit contains a preconfigured microcontroller as well as drives and application software.

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