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Toshiba Flaunts Latest Ethernet Bridge IC for Automotive and Industrial Applications

Toshiba TC9562

Toshiba has introduced the TC9562 series, its latest member in the automotive network bridge IC product line. The TC9562 series provides advanced Ethernet capability for telematics and infotainment systems for the automotive segment.

Real-time processing and reliable data transmission are critical to support telematics, infotainment, driver assistance systems, and various sensor data to enable a fully connected vehicle. New standards, including Ethernet AVB and TSN, are becoming adopted in automotive and industrial applications to meet the increased performance requirements.

TC9562 series from Toshiba is designed for reliability and performance delivering Ethernet bridging capability up to 1Gbps bandwidth. The new automotive bridge IC also supports Time-Sensitive Networking (TSN) protocol for various industrial and commercial applications.

The TC9562 series’s advanced capabilities support Ethernet AVB specification, specifically IEEE 802.1AS and IEEE 802.1Qav, as well as TSN standards IEEE 802.1Qbv, IEEE 802.1Qbu and IEEE 802.3br. The New IC also supports a broad range of interfaces including PCI Express 2.0 and 1.0, I2S/TDM, RGMII, RMII, MII and an option for SGMII for expanded interfaces to various IVI SoC solutions.

Shardul Kazi, Chief Marketing Officer at Toshiba America Electronic Components, Inc., commented, “We are pleased to expand the successful automotive Ethernet bridge IC series to the market. We hope to help accelerate the Ethernet adoption in automotive applications.”

Availability

The TC9562 series will be automotive qualified and packaged in P-LFBGA120 in 9mm x 9mm package. Sample shipments will start in February 2019, and volume production will start in October 2019.

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