Intel's Silicon Mobility OLEA U310 SoC Advances EVs

Electric vehicles (EVs) are still too expensive for many potential buyers worldwide

With the release of the new OLEA U310 system-on-chip (SoC) today, Silicon Mobility, an Intel company, has successfully addressed this precise difficulty

The entire performance of electric cars (EVs) will be greatly enhanced by this next-generation technology

This will speed up design and production and expand SoC services to ensure smooth operation across EV station platforms

The OLEA U310 is a recent addition to the Silicon Mobility FPCU line

It meets distributed software powertrain domain control requirements in electrical/electronic designs

The OLEA U310's hybrid and heterogeneous architecture embeds many advanced features beyond conventional microcontrollers

Software and hardware programmable processing and control units seamlessly integrating functional safety and the cybersecurity into its fundamental design