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In-Vehicle Infotainment

Transforming the in-vehicle experiences

In-vehicle infotainment systems have come a long way in the past few years. In the future, they will change
the way people look at maps, connect with others, access a range of information and entertainment — and otherwise
lead the digital lives people have become accustomed to on their smartphone. To enable this kind of future,
Samsung is drastically improving in-vehicle infotainment systems’ main processors in both performance and high-
speed memory, while maintaining ISO 26262 safety certification from TÜV Rheinland.

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