Richtek has partnered with MediaTek, working on various reference designs. The latest MediaTek SoC MT2715 evaluation board is a scalable In-Vehicle Infotainment (IVI) reference design, where many of the automotive power solutions are developed by Richtek, from Core, peripheral accessory power rails, USB PD chargers to camera and panel power solutions. In this video, Mr. Roland van Roy will talk about power management designs from the perspective of system level. You will be able to have a quick understanding what Richtek can offer for automotive infotainment systems.

MT2715 Reference Design with Richtek Automotive Power Solutions

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