Innovative electronics are playing a vital role in achieving the increasingly stringent demands and standards for infotainment regarding convenience, safety, security and low power consumption. Electronics innovations are making modules and subsystems in almost every part of a vehicle smarter and safer in infotainment systems, advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS), communications and powertrains.
Inside these subsystems, eMemory's IP solutions enhance the functionality, reliability, versatility and security of chips such as MCUs, display drivers, PMICs, camera modules, ethernet switches and more. eMemory provides a range of secure OTP, chip fingerprint NeoPUF technology. We also offer AEC-Q100 qualified IPs as well as ISO 26262 and IEC 61508 function safety-compatible solutions to meet modern vehicle standards.
For example, eMemory NVM IPs for display driver ICs in the mobile market play a crucial rule in trimming and code storage purposes. But in the automotive electronics market, the storage function is not the only thing that’s critical. Designers need high-temp operation/reliability capability (AEC-Q100), along with functional safety design to avoid hazards from malfunction (ISO26262), as well as security protections to prevent hacker attacks of connected vehicles.
AEC-Q100 High-Temp Reliability
eMemory provides a range of AEC-Q100 grade 0, 1 and 2 IPs for high-temp operational environments.
ISO 26262 and IEC 61508 Functional Safety
eMemory’s NVM solutions have achieved the most stringent level of automotive functional safety for ISO 26262 ASIL D and IEC 61508 SIL 3.
eMemory has NeoPUF chip fingerprint IPs to protect connected vehicles. eMemory provides CA-certified IPs that can protect valuable content in chips.