Jungo Ltd. will launch of its Automotive Connectivity Middleware for Linux-based automotive infotainment systems next week at Telematics Munich 2011.
Jungo’s connectivity and media management suite provides head unit manufacturers with end-to-end support for a vast selection of media for the most popular mobile devices, including Apple devices, Android smartphones and tablets, Blackberry devices, Nokia phones and Microsoft Windows Phone smartphones.
Based on Jungo’s USB and Bluetooth software modules, and with support for all popular protocols including Wi-Fi, iPod Out, Mirror Link (formally Terminal Mode) and DLNA, Jungo’s Automotive Connectivity Middleware for Linux provides vertical consolidation of media sources with a powerful device manager, integrated database and input/output streaming engine. It enables a comprehensive range of in-car activities, including phone management, Internet connectivity, networking, file browsing, media playing, telephony and text messaging.
The Jungo middleware is fully-integrated with support for leading complementary technologies, including acoustic echo cancellation, noise suppression, voice recognition, metadata normalization and Internet radio services. All major automotive-grade silicon is supported and head unit manufacturers will benefit from Jungo’s strong industry partnerships and in-depth integration experience.
“Jungo’s Automotive Connectivity Middleware for Linux delivers advanced and flexible device, phone, internet and media management capabilities,” said Ophir Herbst, General Manager of the Connectivity Software Division at Jungo. “With software becoming even more complex and a differentiator for infotainment systems, using Jungo’s middleware for Linux enables a short time to market and support for existing and future devices and protocols.”