Fujitsu Semiconductor Limited New Graphics Display LSI for Digital Dashboards and Car Navigation Featuring the Industry’s Top-Ranking Rendering Performance Enables the development of next-generation automotive display systems using a single chip Yokohama, Japan, October 14, 2010 – Fujitsu Semiconductor Limited today announced the development of MB86R11, a LSI chip used in the graphic displays of automotive digital dashboards and car navigation systems. Samples of the new chip will begin shipping at the end of December 2010. MB86R11 is a single-chip system LSI that combines ARM’s latest Cortex-A9™ CPU core with four video inputs, up to 3 display outputs, and various of peripheral interfaces for in automotive applications. MB86R11’s rendering performance positions it as an industry leader in the field of graphics display chips for automotive applications. MB86R11 makes it possible to freely change the content of the display based on the driving scenario, in addition to promoting safe driving by enabling drivers to use camera video to check the entire surroundings of a car, supporting eco-friendly driving, and conveying various information to drivers in an intuitive manner. In recent years, there has been an increase in devices Figure 1. GDC Application that display information about the inside and surroundings of an automotive, such as cluster displays, center displays and head-up displays. As a result, there has been demand for high-definition graphics displays for use in display devices that convey information pertaining to the automotive and its surroundings to the driver in the intuitive manner. In addition, there has been an increased need to connect traditional cluster displays—which show a speedometer, fuel-gauge and other information—with video content like map images and the music data from car entertainment system. Furthermore, there has been greater demand for automotive cameras to provide visual assistance to drivers. In particular, the passage of legislation in the US requiring car manufacturers to improve the rear visibility in vehicles is expected to accelerate momentum for the widespread application of on-board cameras. MB86R11 combines the high-performance Cortex-A9™ CPU with four video inputs and up to three display Press Contacts Fujitsu Semiconductor Limited Public and Investor Relations Department Inquiries : https://www-s.fujitsu.com/jp/group/fsl/en/release/inquiry.html outputs, enabling the high-speed image processing of video data input and output from these interfaces. For example, MB86R11 has made it possible using a single chip to develop a 3D monitoring system that synthesizes and converts a composite image of the synthesizes and converts a composite image of the surroundings of a vehicle in real time from the images of four cameras mounted on the front, rear, left and right of the vehicle. A function that automatically corrects the image contrast ensures high visibility at night or when high contract image in the same scene. In addition, this function makes it possible to correct the image of TV or DVD video, making it clear and bright. When displaying 3D maps in a car navigation system, graphics of not only intersections—which can already be displayed in high quality using existing systems—but also streets and scenery can be displayed using higher-resolution textures. In the spring of 2011, Fujitsu plans to develop an upgraded version of MB86R11 for even higher definition display panels. In addition, the company plans to offer authoring tools that reduce the work involved in developing human machine interfaces (HMI) that employ graphics. Sample Availability MB86R11: From early December, 2010 Product Features 1. Four Built-In Video Capture Functions The four video input ports enable simultaneous processing of various different video images. The input function supports resolution up to 1,280 x 720 pixels, along with the enlargement/reduction function and the function for converting moving images from interlaced format to progressive format, combine to enable images with minimal noise to be generated. One of four video ports can handle interlaced input of up to a maximum of 1,920 x 1,080 pixels, enabling the input of digital TV images. 2. Three Output Display Functions and High-Speed 2D/3D Rendering Functions It is equipped with 3 display controllers, 2 of which can multiplex and output 2 screens each, thereby accommodating up to 5 display outputs. With 8 display levels and an interlayer blending function, the outline of overlaid images on a background map screen dissolves, enabling images to blend into their surroundings. In addition, the dither function and gamma correction function enable high-quality images on displays with different resolution levels and color properties. The built-in programmable-shader accurately renders light reflections and shadows, resulting in highly textured and life-like graphics images. 3. Built-In Image Enhancement Circuit A built-in dedicated video processing engine makes adjustments for edge enhancement, chromatic correction, backlighting, and to enhance the contrast of nighttime footage, resulting in higher-quality video images. In addition, because backlight brightness is dynamically adjusted in accordance with the video stream data, power consumption for the system is reduced. 2 For more information: Fujitsu Semiconductor: http://jp.fujitsu.com/group/fsl/en/ Press Contact: Fujitsu Semiconductor Limited Inquiries: https://www-s.fujitsu.com/jp/group/fml/en/release/inquiry.html About Fujitsu Semiconductor Fujitsu Semiconductor Limited designs, manufactures, and sells semiconductors, providing highly reliable, optimal solutions and support to meet the varying needs of its customers. Products and services include microcontrollers, ASICs, ASSPs, and power management ICs, with wide-ranging expertise focusing on mobile, ecological, automotive, imaging, security, and high-performance applications. Fujitsu Semiconductor also drives power efficiency and environmental initiatives. Headquartered in Yokohama, Fujitsu Semiconductor Limited (formerly named Fujitsu Microelectronics Limited) was established as a subsidiary of Fujitsu Limited on March 21, 2008. Through its global sales and development network, with sites in Japan and throughout Asia, Europe, and the Americas, Fujitsu Semiconductor offers semiconductor solutions to the global marketplace. For more information: http://jp.fujitsu.com/group/fsl/en/ ARM is the registered trademark of ARM Limited in the EU and other countries.Cortex-A9 is the trademark of ARM Limited in the EU and other countries. 3 [ Appendix for Press Release ] October 14, 2010 Fujitsu Semiconductor Limited Key Specifications of M86R11 Process Technology CMOS 65nm Power Supply Internal Circuit: 1.2±0.1V I/O: 3.3±0.3V DDR3: 1.5±0.1V (DDR2: 1.8±0.1V) ARMTM Cortex-A9 400MHz Operating Frequency (Max.) Input / Output USB 2.0 Host/Function, USB 2.0 Host, SDIO/MMC, 12 bit A/D Converter, I2C (I/O voltage: 3.3V), CAN(I/O voltage: 3.3V), MediaLB(MOST25/50), USART/UART, GPIO, SPI, Quad SPI, I2S, PWM, IrDA(Ver.1.0), TS interface, Ethernet link, IDE66(ATA/ATAPI-5), DRGB/RSDS, TCON Operating Temperature -40℃ to +85℃ Operating Power 1.8W (TYP) Package PBGA-544 pin Usage Car Navigation, Cluster(Dash Board), Center Display etc. Graphics Display LSI Roadmap Next Generation High Performance MB86298 T.B.D. MB86R11 MB86297 Standard MB86296 MB86R01 MB86294 MB86R02 Low-end MB86R03 MB86276 MB91590 series MB88F332 MB8627７ CY 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 The contents of this document are subject to change without notice. Customers are advised to consult with sales representatives before ordering. [ Appendix for Press Release ] October 14, 2010 Fujitsu Semiconductor Limited MB86R11 chip image The contents of this document are subject to change without notice. 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