Rapid-fire advances in high-reliability infotainment systems, advanced driver-assistance systems (ADAS), and autonomous cars are drastically altering the requirements of on-board storage. Many of these applications generate a high volume of data, which has engineers focusing more intently on coming up with efficient storage strategies.
A reliable, high-quality, and removable non-volatile memory enables more richness of content with these systems, and increases configuration options in the vehicle. The solution? The consensus appears to be NAND flash, which many designers see as being a catalyst in bringing about dramatic innovation and turning a car into one of the most connected devices available.
The development of car infotainment with ADAS and autonomous driving systems has increased the demand for NAND flash memory. With improved performance from 3D NAND, flash technology will be able to meet most of the stringent requirements for the next-generation automotive market.
All storage solutions have been designed and tested electrically to adhere to the AEC-Q100 standard. This guarantees the reliability and durability of electronic components after testing for temperature, electrostatic discharge (ESD), etc.