Fujitsu introduces new chip for cluster displays and ADAS

Fujitsu has introduced the Fujitsu MB86R11 2D/3D Graphics System-on-a-Chip (SoC) with an integrated GDC and GPU. The SoC provides sophisticated graphics and effects for the most demanding instrument cluster and Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS).

The high-performance design of the MB86R11 makes it the ideal graphics SoC for deployment with the newly announced Fujitsu 360-Degree Wrap-Around Video Imaging Technology.

Based on the 400MHz ARM Cortex A9 processor and a powerful custom graphics core, the SoC delivers leading-edge two- and three-dimensional graphics.

Three independent display controller units (DCUs) built into the graphics core support up to five displays total and four independent video-capture inputs.

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