Rival chip companies heat up AI competitionJan. 15
Production-ready autonomous cars will require vast amounts of computing power. In back-to-back keynotes, Intel and Nvidia showed two different approaches, but the companies developing this technology are unsure which path is best to take.
Qualcomm to power connectivity for range of new partnersJan. 8
Intel rivalry with Nvidia starts to get a bit chippyDec. 11, 2017
NXP Semiconductors hopes new tech platform will future-proof carsOct. 16, 2017
Renesas takes on global giants in growing autonomous vehicle markeJune 19, 2017
Infineon raises 2017 outlook on stronger automotive microchip ordersMarch 24, 2017
Nvidia self-driving partnerships detailedMarch 20, 2017
Last week, Nvidia spelled out details of two partnerships it has for its self-driving computer chips: one deal with in which Robert Bosch GmbH that will use Nvidia's chips to power its self-driving supercomputer, and one with truckmaker Paccar to make self-driving vehicles.
Rebounding Renesas sets up for growthMarch 20, 2017
First Shift: Nissan's 'big, hairy, audacious goals'Jan. 11, 2017
Intel plans $250 million investment in self-driving techNov. 15, 2016
Computer chip giant Intel intends to muscle into the fast-growing market for self-driving vehicles. At the Los Angeles Auto Show today, CEO Brian Krzanich said Intel Capital intended to invest more than $250 million over the next two years to develop technology for autonomous vehicles.
Qualcomm bid for NXP could lead it into battleOct. 24, 2016
Renesas bets on smarter cars with $3.2 billion Intersil purchaseSept. 13, 2016
Renesas Electronics agreed to buy U.S. chipmaker Intersil for $3.2 billion, seeking to carve out a bigger role for itself as a provider of chips for automobiles as cars become loaded with more technology and add self-driving capabilities.