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Powering next-generation in-vehicle experiences with Arm Mali GPU virtualization

Daniel Nenni

Staff member
News Highlights
  • Updates to Arm Mali Driver Development Kit (DDK) in support of key requirements of digital cockpit use-cases
  • Audi and Samsung among partners implementing Mali IP in 2022 model year vehicles
There are increasing demands from consumers for a smartphone-like experience in their vehicles, putting Arm in a unique position. As the leader in both digital cockpit solutions and smartphones, Arm applies its combined expertise in both applications into its Arm Mali graphics processor units (GPUs).

With demand for more in-vehicle displays increasing, then naturally the opportunity for more advanced applications to run on those displays increases. To ensure our extensive ecosystem can address these demands, Arm is releasing a new version of its Arm Mali Driver Development Kit (DDK) to support the key requirements of digital cockpit use-cases alongside Mali GPUs.

Check out our latest blog for details about what this means for the future of in-vehicle experiences and how some of our partners are already implementing Mali IP today.

If you have any questions on this news, please get in touch.