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Intel lands Atom infotainment deal with Nissan

3 years agoVehicles / Cars : Car Tech

Intel has announced that its Atom processor will power Nissan's next-generation infotainment systems in select vehicles starting in 2013. (Credit: Intel) The chip giant, which is looking to broaden its reach, also forged a deal with Toyota in late 2011. Under that pact, Intel and Toyota would research new infotainment systems. Intel also has Atom deals with BMW and Mercedes-Benz infotainment systems.
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