ECARX Starts Mass Production of Antora 1000 Computing Platform 

ECARX Starts Mass Production of Antora 1000 Computing Platform

The Lynk & Co. 06 EM-P SUV features a digital cockpit experience powered by the ECARX Antora 1000 computing platform.

ECARX Holdings Inc., global mobility technology provider, announced the Lynk & Co 06 EM-P SUV, featuring a digital cockpit experience powered by the ECARX Antora 1000 computing platform, has entered mass production.

This marks another significant milestone in the strategic partnership between ECARX and Lynk & Co, following the recent debut of the Lynk & Co. 08 EM-P SUV, the first vehicle to launch with ECARX’s full-stack solution including the ECARX Antora 1000 Pro digital cockpit computing platform, ECARX said.

The ECARX Antora 1000 elevates cockpit convenience and safety to new heights in the Lynk & Co 06 EM-P SUV, powering a 14.6-inch floating central control screen and a 10.2-inch TFT instrument cluster to support a diverse range of interactive functions and immersive experiences, from online navigation and voice command features to karaoke and e-sports.

The ECARX Antora 1000 features a technical specification that includes:  

  • The SE1000 7nm high-performance automotive-grade system-on-a-chip, which provides 100k DMIPS (Dhrystone million instructions per second) of computing power and 900G FLOPS (Floating-point operations per second) of graphic rendering capability through a multi-core, heterogeneous computing engine and efficient hardware architecture without virtualization. This earned an AnTuTu benchmarking performance test score of over 500,000 – approximately 20% better than comparable processors of peers
  • A high-performance programmable NPU (Neural Processing Unit) and multiple acceleration engines capable of 8 TOPS (Trillions or Tera Operations per Second)
  • Configurable to 16GB of memory and 128GB of storage, ensuring strong performance
  • Automotive-grade functional safety and information security solutions and certifications

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