ARM Moves Further Into Automotive With NXP’s Launch of S32K Series To The General Market

How NXP is using a scalable approach combined with a common package strategy and automotive grade software to react to changing market requirements.


NXP has now launched its new S32K range of microcontrollers for the general market. These devices are targeted at automotive body and motor control applications. NXP is thus now offering ARM-based devices to a broad range of customers in a segment that has been dominated by proprietary-architecture devices. The increasing demands on controllers in body applications mean that this is unlikely to be the last such development.

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