San Jose, California – October 30, 2017 – OmniPHY, Inc. today announced it will be showcasing how it leverages automotive Ethernet technology to create robust automotive semiconductor IP solutions at the IEEE-SA Automotive Ethernet Technology Day forum. The event is being held on October 31 – November 2, 2017, at the San Jose McEnery Convention Center.
OmniPHY will be showcasing its IP solutions, with an emphasis on Automotive Ethernet IP and Connectivity Solutions.
Automotive Ethernet is a new standard that will be the backbone of the in-car network powering vehicles to become autonomous ‘Servers with Wheels.’ The first designs support 100 Mb communications over a single pair of unshielded twisted pair. Come see a live demonstration of this exciting new technology. Additionally, OmniPHY will be discussing its brand new Automotive Switch technology. Engineers will be on hand to describe how we create IP for the automotive market.
OmniPHY’s complete line-up of Automotive Ethernet IP comprosies:
- 100Base-T1 PHY IP
- 1000Base-T1 PHY IP
- Automotive Switch IP
- Time-Sensitive Networking Controller IP
- Automotive-grade SGMII Interface IP
In addition, experts from our design and applications teams will be on hand to answer questions and engage in technical dialog.
The event is being held on October 31 – November 2, 2017.
The San Jose McEnery Convention Center, Booth #21
About the IEEE-SA Automotive Ethernet Technology Day:
This conference and its exhibition are the premier venue for OEMs, suppliers, semiconductor vendors and tool providers to discuss and learn about the evolution of Ethernet standards, technologies and applications in the automotive environment
OmniPHY is a leading provider of highly specialized interface IP and communication technology, offering customers greater design margins and fast time-to-market for emerging standards, including 1.25-28 GB/s PHY designs and 10/100/1000BASE-T Ethernet in advanced processes. The company serves the Automotive, Industrial, and Enterprise segments through its lineup of silicon-proven PHY IP.
For more info: http://www.omniphysemi.com/