Major Japanese push for automotive chiplets for 2028

Major Japanese push for automotive chiplets for 2028

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By Nick Flaherty

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Twelve leading Japanese companies have formed a research group to develop automotive chiplets by 2028 for production in 2030.

The Advanced SoC Research for Automotive (ASRA) group of 12 leading Japanese automotive companies is chaired by Toyota and includes Nissan, Honda, Mazda and Subaru. Chip suppliers are Renesas Electronics, Mirise Technologies and Socionext, with tier one supplier Denso providing the executive director alongside Panasonic Automotive Systems. Both Cadence Design Systems and Synopsys are part of the group to provide chiplet EDA development tools.

ASRA says it will research and develop chiplet devices for automotive by 2028 to install  in mass-production vehicles from 2030 onward. The aim is to combine different chip technologies in a package, with a focus on AI accelerators, graphics engines and additional computing power.  

Renesas is already developing a chiplet platform for its R-car X5 family.

Europe has a similar research programme led by imec in Belgium that has met twice and includes European OEMs, chip makers and EDA tool suppliers.;


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