Angbao was elected as the governing unit of the terminal fast charging industry
The Terminal Fast Charging Industry Association currently has 115 member units, and Angbao Electronics has won 113 votes and was elected as the council member of the association for a three-year term. As one of the initiators and governing units of the terminal fast charging industry association, Angbao Electronics will deeply participate in and support the various work of the association, and work hand in hand with upstream and downstream partners in the fast charging industry chain to jointly create a better charging experience for users. Promote the sustainable development of the industry and help build a resource-saving society.
As the first consumer electronics fast charging industry association in the country, the terminal fast charging industry association will coordinate and integrate industrial resources to accelerate the standardization, industrial application and promotion of new technologies. This is of great significance for building a community of interests in the industrial chain, creating an industrial base for terminal fast charging R&D, manufacturing, and evaluation, driving the development of core electronic components, high-end general-purpose chips, and key basic materials, and striving to build a world-class terminal fast charging innovative industrial cluster. vital significance.
Andes Technology Announces ISO 26262 Certification
A leading supplier of 32-bit and 64-bit high-performance, low-power RISC-V processor cores, and the founding chief member of the RISC-V International Association (RISC-V International), Andes Technology (TWSE: 6533; SIN: US03420C2089; ISIN: US03420C1099 ) announced today that it has passed the ISO 26262 certification and complies with the development standard for automotive functional safety processor cores. After an independent assessment by the German functional safety certification body SGS-TÜV Saar GmbH, it was confirmed that Andes’ systematic development capabilities have reached the highest level of ASIL D in the Automotive Safety Integrity Level (ASIL), which includes the ISO 26262 standard Part 2, 4, 5, 6, 8 and 9 all applicable sections. According to official records, in December 2020 Andes became the first RISC-V processor IP supplier to obtain both hardware (ISO 26262-5) and software (ISO 26262-6) process certification.
ISO 26262 is a series of international standards designed to reduce potential functional safety risks. With the trend of increasingly complex motor and electronic systems in today’s vehicles, developers increasingly need to provide evidence that products meet functional safety requirements for downstream customers in the automotive supply chain. Because ISO 26262 is a common and applicable standard for the global automotive electrical and electronic industries, Andes has fully demonstrated its support and investment in the safety of automotive products by passing the ISO 26262 certification.
“Andes Technology is a first-class company that has passed the ISO 26262 certification of SGS-TÜV Saar,” said Guo Yaowen, Vice President of SGS Interconnection and Product Business Group. “The foundation of functional safety is based on basic operations such as product specification, design, implementation, integration, verification and validation. Before passing the ISO 26262 certification, Andes had already established a fairly complete and solid quality management system in these development processes. In addition, their experienced safety engineering professionals have devoted a lot of time and effort to build a complete system of Andes Technology that complies with the ISO 26262 standard. These are the reasons why we can meet the scheduled schedule very well It has been a remarkable experience for both parties because of the smooth completion of all independent assessments and certifications.”
NXP launches secure three-radio device
NXP Semiconductors (NASDAQ: NXPI ) today announced the launch of the IW612, the industry’s first secure tri-radio device supporting Wi-Fi 6, Bluetooth 5.2 and 802.15.4 protocols. Part of NXP’s new tri-radio product family, the new devices enable seamless and secure connectivity for smart home, automotive and industrial use cases, and support a new groundbreaking physical connectivity protocol. The IW612 frees consumers from the constraints of a single protocol ecosystem, allowing them to enjoy seamless interoperability across different ecosystems and wireless network technologies. In addition, developers benefit from NXP’s state-of-the-art co-existence capability, enabling simultaneous support of three radios on a single device, reducing cost and development time.
One of the main challenges facing IoT is limited interoperability, which can limit consumers’ ability to mix smart home products from different companies. Matter is a new standardized IoT connectivity protocol designed by a consortium of industry leaders including NXP to address these limitations by unifying how devices communicate, independent of manufacturer or wireless technology. The protocol creates more connections between more objects, simplifying development for manufacturers and compatibility for consumers.
To support a new era of interoperability, the IW612 is the first to integrate three industry-leading connectivity radios into a single device, delivering robust radio performance and integrating a high-performance RF front-end. This combination of technologies enables true interoperability in the smart home, significantly reducing development time, simplifying design and reducing cost. The highly integrated solution overcomes the hardware coexistence challenges developers face today, while also supporting advanced security protocols to help thwart the growing number of security threats facing the IoT.