Jungo Showcases Automotive Multimedia Middleware at CES
New middleware version meets widespread demand for scalable and affordable solutions; enables rapid development of embedded feature rich multimedia players for IVI systems.
LAS VEGAS, NEVADA – CES, booth MP25454, LVCC, South Hall 2 January 7 – 11, 2013 –Jungo, now part of Cisco, a leading provider of automotive middleware and connectivity solutions, today announced the release of a new, feature-rich version of MediaCore, its automotive grade multimedia middleware. MediaCore will be demonstrated at the Computer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas from January 8 – 11.
MediaCore enables the rapid development of embedded multimedia players for In-Vehicle Infotainment (IVI) systems. It meets both the rising need of OEMs for scalable and affordable solutions and user demand for sophisticated in-car technologies and connectivity into their smartphones and tablets. Jungo’s cutting-edge multimedia middleware facilitates the rapid and cost-effective product development that Tier 1 suppliers require.
The new version of MediaCore has been tested and validated with GENIVI® platforms and for component compliancy as part of WWG (Works With GENIVI) program. It is also compatible with Apple Made For iPod, Pandora Radio and Gracenote certification.
Other highlights include:
- A simplified and powerful multimedia client API framework for rapid development of customized interfaces (HMI).
- Supports connectivity for the most popular consumer smartphones and tablets over a variety of protocols, including from local devices to 3G and 4G internet access.
- A custom Media Source plugin framework enabling the flexible addition of new multimedia sources such as Bluetooth paired devices.
- Enhanced audio and video playback management.
- Improved operating system and platform portability for shorter development and validation cycles and better code reuse.
Ophir Herbst, Jungo Automotive General Manager:
“This major release is part of the comprehensive MediaCore product roadmap, demonstrating Jungo’s commitment to meet the evolving requirements of OEMs and Tier-1’s,” he continued “This further reinforces Jungo’s leading position as an Automotive IVI middleware provider.”
Jungo Ltd. is an established supplier to the automotive industry, with its products shipped in dozens of car models worldwide. To meet with Jungo at CES, please contact Daphna Weiss or visit booth MP25454, LVCC, South Hall 2.
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Jungo, now part of Cisco, is a provider of connectivity and multimedia software solutions. Jungo’s products enable semiconductor companies, device manufacturers and OEMs (original equipment manufacturers) to easily develop products that intelligently connect with any portable device over various protocols for any application. Jungo solutions have been deployed in global markets throughout various industries including the automotive industry, mobile communications, digital TV, point-of-sale, medical equipment and defense industries.
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