Category Automotive Technology

BroadR-Reach® Ethernet: Enterprise-Level Security for Connected Cars

It’s a scene straight out of a spy or sci-fi movie: A malicious figure sits in front of a glowing computer monitor in a cave-like room, typing away. The next moment, an unsuspecting victim’s high-tech car — miles away — careens out of control. The radio blasts at full volume, the steering wheel jerks and the brakes fail. This car has been hacked, and it’s now fully under the villain’s control.

A futuristic tableau like this is terrifying, but fortunately, …

Ravi Manik in Auto Tech Review: Connectivity a “Critical Differentiating Factor” in the Automotive Marketplace

Editor’s Note: Broadcom experts often weigh in on popular topics on industry sites around the Web. Below is a reprint of a story that appeared in Auto Tech Review, in which Ravi Manik, Director of Business Development at Broadcom, talks about understanding the technologies enabling the next generation of automotive connectivity.

From Auto Tech Review:

There is no denying the impact the explosion of feature-rich consumer electronics has had on virtually every aspect of modern society. Now, …

Ali Abaye in Yahoo Voices: “The Connected Car Will Transform into a Digital Living Room on Wheels”

Editor’s Note: Broadcom experts often weigh in on popular topics on industry sites around the Web. Below is a reprint of a story that appeared in Yahoo Voices, in which Dr. Ali Abaye, Senior Director of Product Marketing, Infrastrucutre and Networking Group at Broadcom, talks about the future of connected cars.

From Yahoo Voices

When mobile phones first appeared, few could have foreseen the revolutionary lifestyle changes this small device would catalyze. The evolutionary leap to smartphones has …

Timothy Lau in ECN: Connected Cars Promise “Quantum Improvements in Road and Traffic Safety”

Editor’s Note: Broadcom experts often weigh in on popular topics on industry sites around the Web. Below is a reprint of a story that appeared in ECN Magazine, in which Timothy Lau, Director of Automotive Connectivity at Broadcom, talks about the future of the connected car.

From ECN:

Analysts predict that by 2025, 100 percent of vehicles will be connected. With a faster-than expected engineering push around autonomous vehicles underway, the evolution of car connectivity has gained …

Broadcom Puts the Connected Car Front and Center at SXSW

AUSTIN, TEXAS  The conversation in the halls at South by Southwest Interactive are known for being about cutting-edge, conceptual technology that’s likely to make an impact on consumers and businesses.

Some of these ideas, such as computer-assisted cooking and digital comic books, are easier to understand because they represent a new twist on an already-familiar experience. But others — augmented reality, or space tourism, for example — are a tougher sell.

Broadcom’s SXSW presentation this week on the future …

Broadcom Zooms into Austin for SXSW with Connected Car Vision

In the past decade, cars haven’t changed much on the technology front. They get us from Point A to Point B safely, with a bit of intelligence and customization thrown into the dash.

But that’s about to change. More cars are getting connected: to their own internal networks, to the Internet, to your favorite devices, and later — to each other.

In recent years, Broadcom has been developing technologies that will further enhance and alter the driving experience — both under the …

Ravi Manik in ET Auto: “Car Consumers are Demanding Connectivity that Mirror the Choices Available at Home”

Editor’s Note: Broadcom experts often weigh in on popular topics on industry sites around the Web. Below is a reprint of a story that appeared in ET Auto, in which Ravi Manik, Business Development Director at Broadcom, talks about the future of the connected car.

From ET Auto:

With more and more people spending an increasing amount of time in their cars, especially those living in an urban sprawl, it’s no wonder consumers have begun demanding entertainment and connectivity …

Richard Barrett in Jon Day’s Automotive Electronics: Top Five Technologies Enabling the Connected Car

Editor’s Note: Broadcom experts often weigh in on popular topics on industry sites around the Web. Below is a reprint of a story that appeared in Jon Day’s Automotive Electronics, in which Richard Barrett, Director of Product Marketing, Mobile and Wireless Group at Broadcom, talks about the key technologies in the connected car.

From Jon Day’s Automotive Electronics:

Car connectivity, advanced driver safety and infotainment features are moving beyond the luxury class and are fast becoming the new battleground for …

Dr. Ali Abaye in John Day’s Automotive Electronics: Trusted Ethernet Secures the Connected Car

Editor’s Note: Broadcom experts often weigh in on popular topics on industry sites around the Web. Below is a reprint of a story that appeared in John Day’s Automotive Electronics, in which Dr. Ali Abaye, Senior Director of Product Marketing at Broadcom, talks about Ethernet in the connected car.

From John Day’s Automotive Electronics:

Over the past decade, the volume of electronic components in automotive has increased at a dramatic rate.  In fact, analysts predict that by 2025, 100 percent …

Richard Barrett in RCR Wireless: “Bluetooth Smart Will Play a Vital Role in Connectivity Between the Car and Wearable Tech and Body Sensors”

Editor’s Note: Broadcom experts often weigh in on popular topics on industry sites around the Web. Below is a reprint of a story that appeared in RCR Wireless, in which Richard Barrett, Director of Product Marketing at Broadcom, talks about the role of Bluetooth Smart in the connected car.

From RCR Wireless:

Picture this. As you set out to work on a cold Monday morning, one touch of your smartphone unlocks the car door, adjusts the driver’s seat, …

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