TI develops ARM-based flash MCU for auto electronics

05/7/2013 | EE Times Europe

Texas Instruments has developed an ARM-based microcontroller with embedded flash memory, fabricated with a 65-nanometer process, for electronic braking control in Continental's MK 100 line. Continental and TI collaborated on design and development of the chip, which will go into electronic stability control systems for automotive vehicles.

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