• Reuters


Xilinx Inc. and Subaru Corp. on Wednesday said the Japanese automaker would use one of the Silicon Valley firm’s chips to power a new driver-assistance system that will let drivers go hands-free during traffic jams, among other new features.

The companies said Subaru’s forthcoming Levorg, a midsize hatchback vehicle, will use one of Xilinx’s Zynq chips in a new version of its EyeSight driver-assistance system.

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