DENSO TEN And Cinemo To Address Next Generation Infotainment Systems

DENSO TEN And Cinemo To Address Next Generation Infotainment Systems

Cinemo says the projects with DENSO TEN offer an array of dynamic and future-proof features that transform the digital cockpit into an interactive communication platform capable of delivering a smarter, richer, more interactive in-car experience.

Cinemo, a global leader in high-performance and automotive grade multimedia playback, streaming, media management, connectivity and cloud middleware, announced recently that it is collaborating with DENSO TEN on projects that set a benchmark in smart integration, and enhance the quality of car head units.


High-performance multimedia including ultra-fast media management, intelligent unified connectivity and state-of-the-art projection automation, such as Apple CarPlay, Google Android Auto and Baidu CarLife, have been a mainstay of the DENSO TEN partnership over the past four years.

Cinemo says the projects with DENSO TEN offer an array of dynamic and future-proof features that transform the digital cockpit into an interactive communication platform capable of delivering a smarter, richer, more interactive in-car experience.

“We are delighted that our relationship has deepened further since the first joint project back in 2015,” said Elif Ede, vice president of sales at Cinemo. “With technology in the car evolving at a rapid pace, the high re-usability and scalability of Cinemo’s multimedia middleware is proving to be a critical element in the integration process as we move toward a connected future.”

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