Conv 2004 Press

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Published on April 8, 2008

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Slide1:  Fujitsu Automotive ICs Agenda:  Agenda Introduction Emi Igarashi Announcements / Overview Keith Horn Fujitsu MCUs Akio Nezu FlexRay System Solutions Gerhard Roos Coral PA – Graphics Display Controller Dan Landeck Summary and Q&As Keith Horn Slide3:  Announcements / Overview Keith Horn Senior Vice President Marketing and Sales Fujitsu Microelectronics America Announcements:  Announcements Fujitsu Adds New 32-Bit Microcontrollers to FR60Lite Family FlexRay™ Support Product Plan Fujitsu Coral PA Graphics Display Controller Leads Geometry-Processing Performance for In-Vehicle Displays Fujitsu at a Glance:  Fujitsu at a Glance Fujitsu is a leading provider of customer-focused IT and communications solutions for the global marketplace. Comprising more than 500 subsidiaries and affiliates, the Fujitsu Group operates in over 60 countries across the globe. Established: June 1935 Stock Exchange Listings: Tokyo, Osaka, Nagoya, Frankfurt, London, Swiss Consolidated Revenues: US$45 billion Employees: 157,000 worldwide R&D Expenditure: US$2.4 billion Principal Business Areas: Software & Services, Platforms, Electronic Devices Note: FY2003 consolidated net sales; US$1=¥106; WW employees as of March 31, 2004 Slide6:  Fujitsu Limited – Unique Value Proposition Our technologies, platforms and services form an integrated value chain that enables us to provide customers with complete, end-to-end solutions (Electronic Devices) Customers Customers Customers Electronic Devices Regional Headquarters:  Electronic Devices Regional Headquarters Global Presence / R&D and Design Centers Market Segment and Product Focus:  Key Market Segments Networking Metro / Enterprise / Access Storage Wireless Automotive Consumer / Industrial Security Key Products & Services ASICs / AccelArray™ MCUs Selected ASSPs FRAM Memory Biometric Sensors Displays Wafer Fab Services Packaging Services Market Segment and Product Focus Integrated Device Manufacturing (IDM):  Integrated Device Manufacturing (IDM) 90nm Technology and Beyond Designs are complex Design processes are difficult Manufacturability is questioned Fujitsu’s Answer Integrated Device Manufacturing (IDM) service business model Building strategic customer relationships Strong and close collaboration with customers from development, design to manufacture Automotive MCU Trends:  Automotive MCU Trends Increasing demand for MCUs to serve auto body-control networks, power train, engine applications High-end vehicles now use 70, 80 or more MCUs Smaller, lower power and higher integration, including RF support, analog and fail-safe features Increasing demand for CAN and LIN support FlexRay, for automotive “by-wire” applications Utilize consumer 1394 technology in automotive IDB-1394 bus Fujitsu Automotive MCUs:  Fujitsu Automotive MCUs A complete family of 8-bit, 16-bit and 32-bit versions Extended motor-control MCU technology High-quality products that support automotive applications Extend multiplex technology from CAN and LIN to FlexRay Automotive Graphics Display Controllers:  Automotive Graphics Display Controllers Announcing the newest version, Coral PA Industry leader Wide OS support (CE, QNX, Linux) Supports up to 1024 x 768 resolution 4 display layers (6 planes) 2D/3D graphics accelerators Directly linked to CPUs such as Fujitsu FR Biometric Sensor ICs:  Biometric Sensor ICs Targeted Automotive Applications Keyless entry Vehicle personalization Radio, mirror settings Seat position, temperature settings Embedded Systems Sensor + processor for “yes/no” solution MBF200 / MBF310 Product Features:  MBF200 / MBF310 Product Features MBF200 (Touch Sensor) Rugged Wide temperature operation Easy to integrate Cost effective MBF310 (Sweep Sensor™) Small size (portable) Lowest cost Power efficient High-quality image Summary:  Summary Long and successful history in the automotive market Wide product range Microcontrollers with multi-channel CAN Extend multiplex technology from CAN and LIN to FlexRay Graphics display controllers Biometrics sensors ICs Major worldwide commitment to the market See us at booth 1007 Slide16:  Automotive MCUs Akio Nezu Senior Marketing Manager Fujitsu Microelectronics America Automotive Multiplex Technology:  Automotive Multiplex Technology AVC-LAN, MOST IDB-1394 100 Mbps and up ~ 10 Mbps Information technology and telematics demand bandwidth J1850, VAN, BEAN CAN LIN FlexRay 10 Mbps ~ 1 Mbps ~ 125 Kbps ~ 50 Kbps Control Bus Information / Entertainment Bus Standardization drives CAN implementation Low-cost sub-network Support higher nodes counts, higher bit rates, robustness, safety… Early implementation Automotive Multiplex Bus:  Automotive Multiplex Bus BT EPS ABS/ESC Engine Transmission Steering Window Door lock Mirror Seat Instrument cluster HVAC Immobilizer TMPS Seat belt Smart entry Air bag Body- control module Video display Mobile phone DVD player Navigation FlexRay-CAN gateway Radio/CD Light Wiper ACC Camera CAN-IDB1394 gateway Diagnostics IDB1394 LIN FlexRay CAN DSRC IDB-1394 Support:  IDB-1394 Support IDB-1394 C MB86619A A A C C C A C Fujitsu MCU Families:  F2MC-8FX 0.8µm 0.5µm 0.35µm 0.25µm 0.18µm 0.11µm F2MC-8L 1MIPS 10MIPS 100MIPS F2MC-16LX FR30 FR60 FR60lite Memory Media Applications Digital AV, Automotive 8-bit 16-bit 32-bit RISC Home Appliances Digital AV Automotive FR80 (FRx) 200MIPS Fujitsu MCU Families New! New! New! Home Appliances Companion Chip Automotive Motor Control MCUs:  Motor Control MCUs Motor Control MCU Overview:  Performance F2MC-16L Family F2MC-16LX Family: Multi-function timer  w/ double buffer Operating frequency: 16MHz to 20MHz (MB90820) FR60Lite Family: Multiple A/D unit (2 to 3) with carrier timer RISC CPU, uDSP improves math power 100-pin & 64-pin (MB91265) FR60 Family: CAN, 32-message buffer Multi-function timer x 2 U/D counter External bus support 32-bit version of uDSP 32 bit FR80 Family: High-performance CPU I2C & DACe embedded 3V operation MB91260A Series MB91265 Series MB90820 Series MB90460 Series MB90560/5 Series MB90660 Series MB91IMD Series MB91IMS Series MB91IMSH Series MB91IMDH Series 32-bit RISC CPU 16-bit CISC CPU 32-bit uDSP CAN 16-bit uDSP No uDSP Motor Control MCU Overview New! 16-bit Motor Control MCUs:  Performance 1999 2000 2001 2002 Expanding toward FR60Lite core MCUs For HA Motor Control Applications 2003 MB89850 / 860 F2MC-8L Max. 10MHz PKG:QFP-64 8-bit A/D 1 unit = 8 ch 8-bit multi-function timer x 1 ch (w/o buffer) Waveform generator x 1 ch For HA (Motor Control): - Washer, HVAC, Refrigerator, Vacuums, Dish Washers For HA (Non-Motor Control): - IH (Induction Heating) Stove 2004 MB90660 F2MC-16L Max. 16MHz PKG: QFP-64 10-bit A/D 1 unit = 8 ch 14-bit multi-function timer x 1 ch (w/o buffer) Waveform generator x 1 ch MB90F562 / 562 / 561 F2MC-16LX Max. 16MHz PKG:QFP-64 10-bit A/D 1 unit = 8 ch 16-bit multi-function timer x 1 ch (w/o buffer) Waveform generator x 1 ch MB90F462 / 462 F2MC-16LX Max. 16MHz PKG: QFP-64 10-bit A/D 1 unit = 8 ch 16-bit multi-function timer x 1 ch (w/ buffer) Multi-pulse generator x 1 ch Waveform generator x 2 ch MB90467 F2MC-16LX Max. 16MHz PKG: QFP-64 10-bit A/D 1 unit = 8 ch 16-bit multi-function timer x 1 ch (w/ buffer) Waveform generator x 1 ch MB90F822 / 822 F2MC-16LX Max. 20MHz PKG: QFP-80 10-bit A/D 1 unit = 8 ch 16-bit multi-function timer x 1 ch (w/ buffer) Waveform generator x 1 ch D/A 2 unit = 2 ch 16-bit Motor Control MCUs F2MC CPU Series 32-bit Motor Control MCUs – 1 :  Performance 2002 2003 2004 2005 From 16-bit MCU product lineup Small PKG Support MB91F266/F267 FR60Lite Max. 33MHz PKG: QFP-64 10-bit A/D 2 unit = 11 ch MAC unit (uDSP: 16 bit) Multi-function timer x 1 ch 8/16-bit PPG timer x 4 ch (or 8 bit x 8 ch) Waveform generator x 1 ch 2006 MB91F264A/263A FR60Lite Max. 33MHz PKG: QFP-100 10-bit A/D 3 unit = 12 ch MAC unit (uDSP: 16bit) Multi-function timer x 1 ch 8/16-bit PPG timer x 8 ch (or 8 bit x 16 ch) Waveform generator x 1ch For HA (Motor Control): - Washer, HVAC, Refrigerator, Vacuums, Dish Washer For HA (Non-Motor Control): - IH (Induction Heating) Stove MB91264A FR60Lite Max. 33MHz PKG: QFP-100 10-bit A/D 3 unit = 12 ch MAC unit (uDSP: 16 bit) Multi-function timer x 1 ch 8/16-bit PPG timer x 8 ch (or 8 bit x 16 ch) Waveform generator x 1 ch MB91V260A MB91V265 32-bit Motor Control MCUs – 1 FR60Lite 33MHz CPU Core 3-phase motor + fan motor chopping control Non-automotive motor control with CAN I/F New! 32-bit Motor Control MCUs – 2 :  Performance 2004 2005 2006 2007 From FR60lite MCU product lineup 2006 For FA: Device Net Compliance Module For Automotive: EPS, Power Assist/Train Bldg HVAC System: Air Conditioner MB91FIMD / IMD FR60 Max. 50MHz PKG: QFP-144 12-bit A/D 1 unit = 8 ch 10-bit A/D 1 unit = 16 ch MAC Unit (uDSP: 32 bit) CAN (32MSG Buffer) x 2 ch Multi-function Timer x 2 ch Waveform Generator x 2 ch MB91FIMS / IMS FR60 Max. 50MHz PKG: QFP-100 12-bit A/D 1 unit = 4 ch 10-bit A/D 1 unit = 16 ch MAC Unit (uDSP: 32 bit) CAN (32MSG Buffer) x 1 ch Multi-function Timer x 1 ch Waveform Generator x 1 ch MB91FIMDH / IMDH FR80 Max. 133MHz PKG: QFP-144 12-bit A/D 1 unit = 8 ch 10-bit A/D 1 unit = 16 ch MAC Unit (uDSP: 32 bit) CAN (32MSG Buffer) x 2 ch Multi-function Timer x 2 ch Waveform Generator x 2 ch MB91FIMSH / IMSH FR80 Max. 133MHz PKG: QFP-100 12-bit A/D 1 unit = 4 ch 10-bit A/D 1 unit = 16 ch MAC Unit (uDSP: 32 bit) CAN (32MSG Buffer) x 1 ch Multi-function Timer x 1 ch Waveform Generator x 1 ch MB91VIMD MB91VIMDH 32-bit Motor Control MCUs – 2 FR60 50MHz and FR80 133MHz CPU Core Product Plan 2-phase motor x 2 + fan motor chopping control (Type-D) 2-phase motor x 1 + fan motor chopping control (Type-S) Automotive motor control with CAN I/F Summary:  Summary Automotive Technologies and Products Multiplex technology Multiplex bus: CAN, LIN, FlexRay, IDB-1394 Fujitsu MCU families Motor Control 16- and 32-bit product families Slide27:  FlexRay System Solutions A Key Element in Fujitsu’s Automotive Strategy Dr. Gerhard Roos Director Automotive Applications Group Fujitsu Microelectronics Europe Agenda:  Agenda What is FlexRay? FlexRay Hardware Development Scenarios Software for FlexRay Roadmap and Fujitsu Partners for FlexRay Summary / Key Facts What is FlexRay?:  What is FlexRay? FlexRay Consortium Alliance of automotive, semiconductor and electronic systems manufacturer Development of a new bus system Deterministic Fault-tolerant High data rate Fujitsu has been a member since 2002 Target Applications Brake-by wire Steer-by-wire Stability-control systems ABS Data backbone Architecture of In-car Networks:  Architecture of In-car Networks FlexRay Backbone Telematics Gateway Engine Control Chassis Electronics Steer-by-Wire Brake-by-Wire Dashboard Climate Control Infotainment Navigation Comfort Electronics Door Module Roof Module Lighting Diagnostic Connection FlexRay / CAN CAN CAN / LIN Powertrain / Chassis Gateway Body / Comfort Gateway FlexRay Features:  FlexRay Features Time Triggered Deterministic Arbitration Free Redundant Channels Bus or Star Bus Guardian FlexRay Synchronous Asynchronous Fault Tolerant Scalable 10Mbit/sec Optical and Electrical Synchronization Physical Layer Protocol Fujitsu FlexRay Solutions – Four Development Steps:  Fujitsu FlexRay Solutions – Four Development Steps Fujitsu will go directly for final FlexRay protocol spec 2.0 Step 1: FlexRay IP Development Qualified core Step 2: FPGA Prototype Board Available for first customers Different protocol specs Step 3: Stand-alone FlexRay Controller Standalone FlexRay solution FlexRay protocol spec 2.0 Interface to different MCUs Step 4: MCU with Integrated FlexRay Fujitsu 16FX core (16-bit), Fujitsu FR core (32-bit) FlexRay protocol spec 2.0 Step 1: FlexRay Macro – Block Diagram:  Step 1: FlexRay Macro – Block Diagram Global Time Mngment Startup Logic Network Mngment Interrupt Logic PORT A RAM A PORT B RAM B Message Handler In-Buffer Out-Buffer Specific CPU IF Generic CPU IF Message RAM Rx_A Tx_A Control Rx_B Data Addr Control Interrupt Host CPU Physical Layer Error Handling Step 2: Fujitsu FPGA Prototype Board:  Step 2: Fujitsu FPGA Prototype Board Fujitsu will provide an FPGA prototype board FlexRay IP and different types of MCU can be used with this board: 16-bit Fujitsu 16FX 32-bit Fujitsu FR Different protocol specifications implemented 1.x --> 2.0 The ASSP can be added to the board Customers will be able to start development by the end of this year (2004) Step 3: Stand-alone FlexRay Controller:  Step 3: Stand-alone FlexRay Controller Protocol Engine Spec 2.0 Host Interface Timer Internal Communication Bus Transceiver Control Transceiver Receive Data Transmit Data Transmitter Control Bus Guardian Control Interrupts Host I/F Internal Signaling Fujitsu FR Fujitsu 16 TI TMS470 ARM Other MCUs* * Under consideration Module Interface Fujitsu Stand-alone FlexRay Controller with Final Protocol Spec 2.0 QFP64 (part number AEQ77017) Step 4: MB91xxx – CAN-FlexRay Gateway:  Ext. Int x 8 I2C x 2 PWM x 12 R-Timer x 6 10Bit ADC x 16 LIN-USART x 4 FRT x 4 OCU x 2 RTC Alarm x 2 Watchdog Int. Control CAN x 2*** (32 msg buffers) Bit Search DATA INSTR EDSU / MPU Harvard Bus Converter RAM 16KB FLASH 1 MB RAM 32KB DMA (5 ch) GPIO Clock Module PLL Power Control Clock Modulation Step 4: MB91xxx – CAN-FlexRay Gateway QFP 144 QFP 176 Ext. Bus I/F Prefetch 8KB *** 3rd CAN optional Subclock RC-Oscillator PFM FlexRay (2 channels) ICU x 4 5V single supply Addr, Data, Control 4 MHz 32 kHz Software for FlexRay:  Software for FlexRay FlexRay Driver Basic FlexRay driver Communication layer Transport layer Network management Operating Systems OSEK OSEKTime Applications Customer software Standards HIS AUTOSTAR Roadmap and Fujitsu Partners for FlexRay:  Roadmap and Fujitsu Partners for FlexRay Fujitsu FlexRay MCU OSEKTime Your Automotive Application Development Tools (H/W) Design Tools (S/W) Communication Stack, Network Management, Transport Layer Summary / Key Facts:  Summary / Key Facts Hardware: FPGA Prototype, ASSP, FlexRay MCU Software: Driver and Operating System Reference Board for Prototype and for FlexRay MCU FlexRay System Solution Slide40:  An Introduction to Coral The Latest Addition to the Fujitsu GDC Family Dan Landeck Senior Marketing Director Fujitsu Microelectronics America Slide41:  Low Cost GDC: Series 1 (2D Only) m 0.090µm 0.18µm 0.25µm Visual subsystem for 3G Cellular 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 JPEG +10X Orchid Scarlet - - With Embedded SDRAM FCRAM in SiP Note: Olive is not automotive grade. Olive High Performance Full 3D: Series 2 m Coral series IP Macro In design Planned Production Legend: External SDRAM Internal SDRAM External SDRAM Burgundy_B1 +2X MPEG4 GDC/ MMP Roadmap Mobile Media Processors (MMP) : Series 3 +8X Coral Cremsen Jasmine SDRAM in SiP Carmine Kiwi See MMP Roadmap for Details Performance and General Specifications:  Performance and General Specifications Peak performance Max. frequency: Internal 166MHz Geometry performance: 12M tri-setup/sec @ 166MHz Pixel fill rate: 133M pixel/sec @ 133MHz (external) External texture rate: 50M texel/sec @ 133MHz (external) (1: 2D, flat, triangle without texture) Other features Adopted technology: 0.18µm CMOS Package options: 256-pin QFP / 264 pin BGA Supply voltage: Internal 1.8V, external 3.3V Power dissipation: 1.5W>> (Vdd=1.65-1.95V) Differences Between Coral PA and Coral P:  Differences Between Coral PA and Coral P MC86296 vs. MB86295 Coral PA: Increased PCI bandwidth, approximately 70Mbps Coral P’s bandwidth is around 30Mbps Coral PA: Native RGB input mode Coral P does not convert RGB input data to YUV format The Coral P format can still be selected in Coral PA Video input is programmable: brightness, saturation and contrast Coral PA: Pixel clock delay of display output is programmable: 180-degree shift and 2.5ns step shift Pixel clock delay is not programmable in Coral P Coral PA: PCI bus clock can be used as clock input (additional mode) Coral P requires an oscillator or quartz circuit for the clock source Coral PA: Video up- and down-scaling is possible Coral P can either up-scale or down-scale Coral PA: Dual-display output (Coral PA can drive two displays with different graphics information) Slide44:  Coral Line Drawing Setting depth and priority drawing an intersection is simplified Bordering is achieved through simple primitive (edging) calls Slide45:  Bold Line Drawing Coral Line Drawing Before (Not using Coral enhanced functions) After (Using Coral enhanced functions) Coral Layering Function:  Coral Layering Function L4 layer Ln (n=0:4) layer i. e. * Referring the Alpha plane and blend L2 layer pixel with corresponding pixel in L3 layer * By setting L0 as TOP plane and setting view alpha parameter ON, multi-layer alpha blending is performed. B (Background) layer 8bit single color L1 layer L3 layer L5 layer Alpha plane L2 layer A*L2 + (1-A)*L3 L0 layer Underneath layers are transparent by setting view alpha parameter ON Slide47:  Overlay of 6 planes (with view alpha parameter ON) Coral Layering Function Coral 3D Rendering:  Coral 3D Rendering Rendering based on coordinates created by Fujitsu applications engineers Coral 3D Rendering:  Coral 3D Rendering Rendering based on coordinates created by Fujitsu applications engineers Summary:  Summary Long and successful history in the automotive market Wide product range Microcontrollers with multi-channel CAN Extend multiplex technology from CAN and LIN to FlexRay Graphics display controllers Biometrics sensors ICs Major worldwide commitment to the market Q&A See us at booth 1007

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