Basemark launches Rocksolid Core – world’s first automotive operating system covering all vehicle functions
It is terrific to see VentureBeat announce this news from the Basemark team!
According to the announcement, “Basemark, a maker of graphics and autonomous car software, has revealed its new operating system for “software-defined vehicles“, dubbed Rocksolid Core.
Rocksolid Core is a licensable end-to-end solution for all car applications that incorporate underlying operating systems, such as automotive-grade Linux, Autosar Classic, and Autosar Adaptive.
As Basemark CEO Tero Sarkkinen articulated, “The company is enabling the future of cars, making it easier to create new car systems while reducing the cost of car computers considerably. Rocksolid Core uses fewer processors than conventional models, resulting in savings in both electronics and software“.
It’s not every day that you can celebrate a remarkable milestone such as this! Well done to the entire Basemark team – we’re thrilled for you and your continued success!
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