The company, a registered partner of NXP, will showcase the NXP i.MX93 Evaluation Kit (EVK) with the firm‘s Ferri-eMMC. The Ferri-eMMC features cutting-edge firmware design, advanced NAND management, industry-leading low dppm, and AEC-Q100 qualification for automotive.
The Ferri-eMMC has been adopted by multiple automotive OEMs and tier 1s around the world. Now, it has been tested to be compatible with the NXP’s iMX93 EVK – an automotive platform. The combined solution from both companies will enable best in class automotive storage platform and storage subsystem for infotainment systems and advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) by taking advantage of the i.MX93 application processor’s advanced capability to enable developers to create more capable, cost-effective and energy-efficient ML applications.
NXP i.MX93 Evaluation Kit (EVK)
The company specializes in developing high-performance, standards compliant and reliable NAND flash storage solutions for automotive applications including infotainment systems, ADAS, and telematics.
The firm’s automotive solutions adhere to various automotive processes and certifications, including:
- AEC-Q100 compliance
- ISO 26262 functional safety standards (ASIL-B)
- ISO 21434 certification for cyber security
- IATF 16949 certification for supplier chain compliance
- ASPICE compliance SW development process
- Automotive Service Packaging (ASP)
The company offers a variety of storage solutions that have already been seamlessly integrated into vehicle brands, including automotive-grade SSD, eMMC and UFS. Its presence at NXP Tech Days Detroit reaffirms its dedication to providing state-of-the-art solutions for the automotive sector.