STMicroelectronics SPC58 Chorus H Line connected-car automotive MCU
STMicroelectronics is looking to make connected cars safe, flexible and futureproof with its latest high-performance, multicore, multi-interface automotive microcontroller.
As critical vehicle powertrain, body, chassis and infotainment features increasingly become defined by software, securely delivering updates such as fixes and option packs over the air (OTA) enhances customer convenience. With high levels of security and on-chip code storage, ST’s latest Chorus automotive microcontroller is a gateway/domain-controller chip capable of handling major OTA updates securely.
Featuring three high-performance processor cores, more than 1.2 MB RAM and powerful on-chip peripherals, the SPC58 Chorus H Line automotive MCUs can run multiple applications concurrently to enable flexible vehicle-electronics architectures. Two independent Ethernet ports provide high-speed connectivity between multiple Chorus chips throughout the vehicle and enable responsive in-vehicle diagnostics. Also featuring 16 CAN-FD and 24 LINFlex interfaces, the product can act as a gateway for multiple ECUs (electronic control units) and support smart-gateway functionality via two Ethernet interfaces also on-chip.
To protect connected-car functionalities and allow OTA updates to be applied safely, the chip contains a hardware security module (HSM) capable of asymmetric cryptography. Being EVITA Full compliant, it implements attack prevention, detection and containment techniques.
For more information: www.st.com/spc58-h-line-mcus.
Phone: 02 9158 7200
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