Zonal Architecture in IVN

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Why zonal architecture and service-oriented gateways are the next big things in IVN

Automotive architecture is evolving quickly, driving a high number of high-speed network interfaces, processing demands, and increased security needs. Next-generation architecture will offer secure, edge-to-cloud compute solutions enabling new cloud-powered services that will benefit the entire automotive industry.

OEMs are looking for solutions to evolve the E/E architecture and meet future requirements for connected electric self-driving vehicles. This evolution can come via logical distribution of and through physical changes to a zonal-based network. Zonal architectures will enable efficient power and data distribution around the vehicle.
Learn what you will need to design and be part of the next-generation car networking architecture wave that is being developed by OEM.

What you will learn:


  • Why zonal architecture and service-oriented gateways are the next big things in IVN

  • How zonal architecture in IVN will benefit the entire automotive industry

  • How next-generation architecture will offer secure, edge-to-cloud compute solutions that enable new cloud-powered services

  • What you will need to design for the next wave of IVN architecture

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Provider: Avnet, Inc   |   Language: English
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