Three months after taking the wraps off its “Arm Safety Ready” program for ecosystem partners, IP vendor Arm introduced its first ever multithreaded processor, an automotive enhanced CPU designed to improve automotive safety.
The Arm Cortex-A65AE — formerly known as Helios-AE on the company’s product roadmap — is optimized for 7nm and includes integrated safety for handling sensor data in autonomous vehicles and integrated in-vehicle infotainment systems. Its introduction is billed by the company as part of a strategy for helping to improve consumer trust in autonomous driving safety.
Lakshmi Mandyam, Arm’s vice president of automotive, said in an interview with EE Times, that a major challenge in the era of autonomous vehicle is delivering the high-throughput computing required in a way that also ensures safety.
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