Faraday licenses its first ARM automotive core

Faraday licenses its first ARM automotive core

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By Nick Flaherty

Faraday Technology in Taiwan is to use the latest ARM Cortex-A720AE IP for AI-enabled vehicle ASICs, its first move into automotive.

Faraday has been a global ARM licensee since 2002 and is a key partner in the ARM Total Design ecosystem. The company also has its own IP portfolio and extensive expertise in IP integration, enabling the swift integration of third-party IPs for SoC design.

The company also provides robust design implementation services across major foundries, covering mature processes to the most advanced FinFET process nodes.

“We are excited to be part of the Arm automotive ecosystem,” said Flash Lin, COO of Faraday. “As the first ASIC design service provider certified for ISO26262 and offering ultra-low DPPM quality in mass production for automotive chips, Faraday now utilizes Arm’s AE technology to meet the demanding requirements of next-generation automotive ICs in advanced nodes, catering to the specific needs of our customers.”

“Keeping up with the automotive industry’s profound transformation requires balancing the need for higher compute performance with leading-edge safety and efficiency,” said Dipti Vachani, senior vice president and general manager, Automotive Line of Business, Arm. “By joining the Arm automotive ecosystem, Faraday continues to drive innovation by leveraging the first high performance Armv9 A-class CPU for automotive, the Cortex-A720AE, to address the demands of software-defined vehicles.”


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