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DFI Adds AI Capability for the EV Market

by Pieter Werner

At the Embedded World 2024 exhibition, DFI introduced its new EV Charger application, a development targeting the rapidly growing electric vehicle (EV) market. This market is projected to see significant growth in the EV charging station sector, which is expected to reach $12.1 billion by 2030, expanding at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 8.8% from 2024 to 2030.

DFI’s latest embedded solution is powered by the 13th Gen Intel Core i9-13900TE processor and features Intel Arc GPU, enhancing AI capabilities at the edge of the expanding EV market. According to DFI President Alexander Su, the system employs virtual machine (VM) virtualization technology to operate multiple operating systems simultaneously on a single Intel CPU, which optimizes operations for applications such as EV charging. This technology not only boosts functionality and energy efficiency but also simplifies management processes and reduces costs through features like Over-The-Air updates.

The system’s capability extends to running DFI’s M.2 A Key OOB Module, which assists in reliable post-deployment maintenance. Furthermore, the EV charger incorporates the Mistral 7B LLM and uses Intel Arc GPU’s XMX AI Engine for rapid AI inference. It effectively consolidates multiple workloads—ranging from EV charge control and digital signage to payment transactions and interactive kiosks—onto a single platform.

Renu N. Navale, Vice President of the Network and Edge Group and General Manager of Video and AI Cities at Intel, emphasized that Intel’s technology is critical to driving innovations in EV charging and transportation infrastructure. This advancement is part of a broader movement towards enhanced sustainability, mobility, and intelligent charging systems.

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