NXP invests 8 million € into Kalray, targets ADAS

April 03, 2020 // By A Delapalisse
NXP invests 8 million € into Kalray, targets ADAS
€8 million equity investment to strengthen partnership to co-develop, jointly promote and deploy safe autonomous driving solutions on the market

Kalray, Grenoble,France a pioneer in processors for new intelligent systems, announced on April 2nd, 2020 a strategic investment from NXP Semiconductors N.V.  for €8 million (approximately US$9 million), to enable the companies to develop together safe, reliable and scalable solutions for autonomous driving, combining NXP Automotive solutions and Kalray MPPA® (Massively Parallel Processor Array) Intelligent Processors.

According to the company, this transaction will strengthen the partnership between NXP and Kalray announced a year ago at CES 2019 which is targeting the development and deployment of a L2 (Partial Driving Automation) to L5 (Full Vehicle Automation) common hardware and software platform, for safe, reliable and scalable autonomous driving solutions.

The funds raised will be used to both finance Kalray’s resources and investments required by the implementation of the strategic partnership with NXP, and fund Kalray’s roadmap in support of Kalray’s automotive and embedded strategy.

NXP and Kalray intend to bring an integrated, scalable solution to the automotive market, including CPU processing, neural network computing, functional safety capabilities, and an optimized tool chain – together providing the necessary requirements for next-generation ADAS and automated driving systems. The partners will also respond together to business opportunities and NXP will support Kalray in term of sales, marketing, automotive expertise and global technical support.

The next generation of the NXP BlueBox autonomous driving reference platform with NXP’s S32 family of safe automotive processors and automotive grade Layerscape® processors is set to integrate Kalray’s MPPA© Intelligent Processors.

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