E-Commerce Has Growing Impact on Automotive Industry

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Automotive-spec packet switches support in-car PCIe

The automotive-compliant solutions include parts believed to be the first unidirectional 1800W automotive-compliant transient voltage suppressors; 40V and 60V dual, co-packaged enhancement mode MOSFETs that are also qualified for automotive applications; and, from the company’s Pericom connectivity product line, the “first and only” automotive, AEC-Q100 grade, PCIe packet switches.

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