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Desay SV Automotive Selects Tuxera FAT and exFAT to Power In-Vehicle Infotainment Systems

HELSINKI, Finland and HUIZHOU, China, July 30, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --

Fail-Safe Tuxera Solutions Ensure Ultimate Reliability 

Tuxera Inc., the market leader in interoperable file system solutions announced today that Desay SV Automotive, a leader of China's automotive electronics industry, selected Tuxera FAT and exFAT to power its high-end infotainment system on a Linux platform. Next generation solutions are shipping in the leading car brands' 2014 and 2015 models.

China's automotive market shows the fastest growth in the world with a high demand for connected cars with built-in infotainment systems. When it comes to buying a car, digital channels play an increasingly important role. The customers expect more, seeking better interfaces, added services, seamless connectivity and ease of use.

"As more features and technologies are being integrated the car manufacturers are setting even steeper performance and reliability requirements. Flash-memory friendly and fail-safe by design, Tuxera solutions are a perfect fit extending significantly the flash memory lifetime and ensuring file system consistency in every situation," commented Mr. Huang, System Engineer at Desay SV Automotive.

There is an increasing need for high-performance and reliable solutions in the automotive industry to provide dependable internal storage for rich multimedia, telematics data, advanced software and applications. All-in-one Tuxera solutions optimized for eMMC and eSD are tailored to work natively with internal flash storage and meet hardware performance limits without sacrificing reliability and full interoperability.

"The automotive system is prone to sudden drastic drops in power. With Tuxera file systems' built-in fail-safe technology no file will get lost or corrupted in case of plug-off or a power-off," added Michael Chen, Director of Sales and Business Development, Tuxera China. "It is great to team up with Desay SV Automotive on providing seamless on-the-go experience to connected car users. The cooperation is in line with our activities on the Chinese and global automotive market."  

Tuxera works closely with key industry associations and partners including the leading chipset companies and software providers to ensure the tightest hardware and software integration and the prompt support.

About Desay SV Automotive:  

Established in November 1986 as a joint venture: "Car Audio Electronics (China) Co., Ltd.", the company has fully committed itself to the research, development, and manufacturing of in-vehicle infotainment systems, air-conditioning controllers and instrument clusters. In 2010, Desay Group successfully acquired shares from the foreign partner and re-registered the company as Desay SV Automotive (Huizhou) Co., Ltd. With the strong capability in innovation and technological development, high-quality products, and excellent services, Desay SV Automotive has built strong partnership with many well-known vehicle manufacturers domestically, and is the leader of China's automotive electronics industry. Please visit http://svautomotive.desay.com for more information.

About Tuxera: 

Tuxera is the leading provider of file systems that allow music, pictures, videos and other content to be ported across mobiles, tablets, home entertainment, consumer, industrial or any other electronics. Tuxera's industry-standard file system solutions for Android, Linux, Mac OS X and other platforms have hundreds of millions installations. Close collaboration with industry leaders ensures reliable compatibility and helps to set high standard in performance, low power use for embedded and mobile solutions. For more information, please visit http://www.tuxera.com.

Karolina Mosiadz,
Marketing & Communications,
[email protected]

SOURCE Tuxera Inc

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