Electronics and Semiconductors

Connected Car Modules Provide Secure, High-Speed Mobile Data for Next-Generation Applications

04 May 2017

The LE920A4 connected car module. Image credit: Telit The LE920A4 connected car module. Image credit: Telit

Telit has introduced two 3GPP automotive grade modules that work with LTE wireless networks for secure next-generation connectivity in automobiles.

The LE940B6-NA and the LE920A4-NA modules offer secure, high-speed mobile data that supports next-generation applications such as advanced diagnostics, infotainment and remote software updates. The modules power the entire connected car platform with the flexibility to integrate value-added and other telematics services down the road as wireless communications continue to evolve, Telit says.

The modules offer a secure processing environment with a built-in 64-bit applications processor, storage and memory allowing for customer application programs to run entirely and securely on the module itself using advanced anti-hacking capabilities.

Both modules have garnered design wins with global automotive OEMs and Tier one suppliers in the U.S. and worldwide. Mass production of the modules is slated to begin in the second half of this year with a ramp up through 2018.

To contact the author of this article, email PBrown@globalspec.com

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