Renesas Technology to Release SH7777 (SH-NaviJ3) SoC for Dashboard-mounted Car Navigation and Infotainment Systems Offering Enhanced Audio and Video Functions

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1. OpenGL® ES: OpenGL is a programming interface for 3-D graphics processing developed principally by Silicon Graphics Inc. of the United States. Its outstanding feature is its cross-platform compatibility. OpenGL ES is an API that corresponds to a subset of OpenGL and is designed for embedded devices. The OpenGL specification was codified and is being promoted by the Khronos Group.
OpenGL is a registered trademark of Silicon Graphics Inc. of the United States.
2. Graphical user interface (GUI): A user interface in which the information is graphically displayed and can be operated intuitively by pointing devices and the like.
3. ISDB-T (Integrated Services Digital Broadcasting – Terrestrial): A terrestrial digital broadcasting standard developed in Japan. Broadcasting for mobile devices such as mobile phones uses only one of the 13 ISDB-T segments, and is therefore known as one-segment (or OneSeg) broadcasting.
4. DVB-H (Digital Video Broadcasting for Handhelds): A mobile device version of the Digital Video Broadcast (DVB) standard developed in Europe.
5. DMB (Digital Multimedia Broadcasting): A digital TV broadcasting standard for mobile devices developed in South Korea. There are two versions: Terrestrial DMB (T-DMB) and Satellite DMB (S-DMB).
6. Microsoft and Windows are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries.
7. AAC Plus (Advanced Audio Coding Plus) was developed by Dolby Sweden AB.
8. GPS is an abbreviation of “Global Positioning System.”
9. CAN is an abbreviation of “Controller Area Network,” an automobile network specification proposed by Robert Bosch Gmbh of Germany.
10. MOST: Media-oriented Systems Transport

SH-Navi Series: SoCs for car information systems such as car navigation, using a Renesas Technology 32-bit RISC CPU core SuperH. Three products are currently in mass production, including the SH7774 featuring an on-chip image recognition engine. In addition, Renesas also released a dual-core SoC product.

12. SuperH™ is a trademark of Renesas Technology Corp.
13. GDI-Sub: A graphic framework exclusive to Windows Automotive that provides call instruction compatibility with the GDI (Graphics Device Interface). It is designed specifically for high-speed rendering of GUI and map elements and is optimized to extract the maximum performance from the graphics chip.
14. Windows ® Automotive is an embedded operating system for car information terminals developed by Microsoft Corporation.
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