TOKYO, Aug 25 (Reuters) - Japanese microchip maker NEC Electronics Corp. began sales of image detection processors for cars on Friday, saying it aims for a 40 percent share of the global market by 2015. The processors will be used in Toyota Motor Corp.'s flagship Lexus LS460 model, set to go on sale this fall. NEC Electronics hopes the device will become the de facto standard in image detection within nine years, when it projects annual sales of 20 billion yen ($170 million). The ...
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