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Intel Tech Selected For NISSAN Motor's Next-Gen In-Vehicle Infotainment Systems

Intel Corp. (INTC) announced that the next-generation in-vehicle infotainment system or IVI for select NISSAN Motor Company production vehicles will be powered by the Intel Atom processor beginning in 2013.

The IVI system features twin-display that was unveiled in the Infiniti LE, a luxury zero-emissions concept vehicle, at the New York International Auto Show today. Infiniti is the luxury vehicle brand of the NISSAN Motor Company.

NISSAN selected Intel as a technology partner to jointly develop rich in-vehicle experiences that will keep NISSAN drivers and passengers informed, entertained and productive while maintaining optimal safety. The industry-leading, twin-display will enable the driver to see vital traffic information and navigation while simultaneously delivering entertainment, such as movies, to passengers.

by RTT Staff Writer

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