Tesla is developing the next-generation HW4 hardware, which can be used in the new 4D FSD (Four-Dimensional Fully Autonomous Driving) fully autonomous driving package currently under development. According to industry insiders, Boost will cooperate with Samsung to jointly develop this new 5-nanometer chip.

The Tesla team is working hard to develop a more sophisticated artificial intelligence framework to provide its vehicles with autonomous driving capabilities. South Korean media Asia E reported that Samsung is currently developing a 5-nanometer chip to provide computing power for Tesla’s self-driving cars. 5 Nano chip is a high-tech product, and only a few companies in the world have the production capacity of this chip.

Samsung is currently providing 14-nanometer chips for Tesla, and now the two companies have expanded the scope of cooperation. In-vehicle infotainment system (IVI) uses a variety of chips such as processors, neural network processors (NPU), security integrated circuits, memory and display driver ICs (DDI). It is considered to be a core technology that processes information from sensors, lighting and communications in the car and transmits it to the screen to enable the vehicle to achieve fully autonomous driving. Tesla plans to further modernize the IVI, so Samsung is currently focusing on development in this direction.