Go ahead, take the separate domains of the car — infotainment, the advanced driver assistance system (ADAS), body electronics, and control — and connect them. Marvell is at the forefront of this market, bringing high-speed networking into the vehicle and providing a standards-based data backbone for the vehicle, adding flexibility to build for features that haven’t even been thought up yet.
Networking the car with an Ethernet backbone means that different types of data can scale allowing for multiple speeds in a network. There are tremendous advantages riding on this: an increased amount of storage is required for the data produced by sensors, radars and vision systems. Increased bandwidth is also needed for smart antennas for content such as streaming services and GPS navigation, and camera systems.