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DrQuine
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re: Freescale grapples with auto safety mandates
DrQuine   6/24/2012 4:30:24 PM
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Lock-step "checker" cores running two steps behind sound like a good way to detect hardware failures, power glitches, or electrical interference that corrupt data processing. Can they help with hackers or malicious disruption? It would seem that whatever mechanism exists to allow software upgrades to alter the master and checker software could be exploited by hackers.

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re: Freescale grapples with auto safety mandates
daleste   6/22/2012 2:21:10 AM
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Freescale is still out in front in the automotive market. This should help with their market share goals.

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re: Freescale grapples with auto safety mandates
R_Colin_Johnson   6/21/2012 3:27:27 PM
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Certifying ISO 26262 compliance in order to meet worldwide mandates for tougher safety and security standards should get a leg up from Freescale's SafeAssure program, which also covers International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) 61508 and other emerging standard. Details at: http://www.freescale.com/webapp/sps/site/homepage.jsp?code=SAFETYPRGRM



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