Telechips has chosen Dialog Semiconductor as its power management partner, the company said.
Dolphin Plus and Dolphin 3 platforms, application processors for in-vehicle infotainment and digital cockpit, will use Dialog’s power management chips.
Telechips will expand application of Dialog’s chips to next-generation intelligence infotainment, cluster, head-up display, ECU and other products.
Dialog’s power management chips include DA9062-A, DA9130-A and DA9131-A.
They have received the AEC-Q100 grade2 certificate for automobiles and provide 21.5 AMP currents.
Dolphin 3 that uses these chips have dynamic voltage scaling that disperse powers on SoC to lower the temperature.