MathWorks Simulink Products Now Support Infineon’s latest AURIX™ TC4x Automotive Microcontroller Family - NewsDecember 19, 2022
Munich, Germany and Natick, MA –MathWorks and Infineon Technologies AG announced that Infineon’s latest AURIX™ TC4x family of automotive microcontrollers now feature hardware support for the MathWorks Simulink® products.
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