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Frost & Sullivan: Major OEMs and Tier I Suppliers Work Towards Making Ethernet A Backbone of In-Vehicle Networks

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Frost & Sullivan: Major OEMs and Tier IFrost & Sullivan: Major OEMs and Tier I Suppliers Work Towards Making Ethernet A Backbone of In-Vehicle Networks PR Newswire LONDON, Jan. 22, 2014 -- Advanced in-car electronics and user demand for connectivity make a strong case for automotive Ethernet in Europe and North America The use of Ethernet technology in Automotive is gaining pace in Europe and North America. The paradigm shift towards connected cars and associated services such as automotive app stores and connected location- based services is fuelling the uptake. Along with the need to integrate multiple consumer electronic devices, the importance of offering prioritised, personalised services and maintaining brand identity are compelling automotive OEMs original equipment manufacturers (original equipment manufacturers) to adopt Ethernet technology. New analysis from Frost & Sullivan (http://www.automotive.frost.com), Strategic Outlook of Automotive Ethernet Technology in Europe and North America, expects the number of Ethernet nodes to rise to more than 100 in luxury cars, 50-60 in cars sold in the mass market, and up to 10 in entry-level cars by 2020. The global market for Ethernet ports is expected to reach 300 million by 2020, with North America and Europe contributing the most to the total revenue.
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Frost & Sullivan: Major OEMs and Tier I Suppliers Work Towards Making Ethernet A Backbone of In-Vehicle Networks

PR Newswire

-- Advanced in-car electronics and user demand for connectivity make a strong case for automotive Ethernet in Europe and North America

The use of Ethernet technology in Automotive is gaining pace in Europe and North America. The paradigm shift towards connected cars and associated services such as automotive app stores and connected location-based services is fuelling the uptake. Along with the need to integrate multiple consumer electronic devices, the importance of offering prioritised, personalised services and maintaining brand identity are compelling automotive OEMs original equipment manufacturers (original equipment manufacturers) to adopt Ethernet technology.