STMicroelectronics joins Car Connectivity Consortium


Semiconductor company STMicroelectronics has joined the Car Connectivity Consortium (CCC) — a cross-industry organisation advancing global technologies for smartphone-to-car connectivity solutions.

“Smartphones have become productivity and convenience extensions of busy professionals and consumers — whether as voice-activated personal assistants, personal wallets or as navigators — and they are a natural and safe appliance to ID and unlock doors for the owner, adjust the seat, tune the radio and personalise the car for their comfort and preference,” said Joel Huloux, Director Standardization Microcontrollers and Digital ICs Group, STMicroelectronics.

“As a leading long-time, trusted supplier to the top players in both the smartphone and automotive industries, ST shares an interest in the mission of the CCC, which aims to make it possible and hassle-free to simply connect and ride, and we’ve joined the group to lend our expertise and gain from the rest of the players.”

ST’s technology portfolio features many segments suited to automotive connectivity and the aims of the CCC, including ST25 NFC readers, ST33 Secure Elements, STA12 Accordo infotainment processors, STA13 Telemaco vehicle processors and Stellar vehicle gateway/domain microcontrollers.

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