Airbiquity to work with AT&T as enabler of operator’s connected car services

David Jumpa, Airbiquity

Seattle, Washington-based Airbiquity®, a connected car technology and service provider, has established a multi-year agreement with network operator AT&T. As Jeremy Cowan reports, under the agreement AT&T will utilise Airbiquity’s Choreo™ cloud-based services delivery platform to enable selected aftermarket connected car program end user registration and device management.

Airbiquity technology has already enabled service delivery for 30 million connected vehicles around the world from leading automotive brands. Choreo provides the cloud-based vehicle connectivity technology, program deployment, and management capability in more than 50 countries and 30 languages, and supports over 5 million vehicles and hundreds of millions of transactions per month.

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As a global communications and connected car leader, AT&T currently provides automotive manufacturers with mobile vehicle internet access and Global SIM platform to leverage a single wireless carrier relationship for multiple connected devices and programs across the globe.

“Airbiquity offers a global cloud platform that supports multiple services and OEM program control such as policy management and customisation,” said Roger Lanctot, associate director, Global Automotive Practice at Strategy Analytics. “Airbiquity’s solution fits seamlessly into AT&T’s portfolio of connected car offerings and will help AT&T better serve connected car customers around the world.”

“AT&T is a well established and highly regarded global company,” said David Jumpa, chief revenue officer of Airbiquity.  “The combination of our technology, resources, and global coverage will offer an outstanding opportunity for automotive industry customers looking to deploy the most innovative and manageable branded connected car programs.”

Airbiquity is a global leader in connected vehicle services and pioneer in the development and engineering of automotive telematics technology. Airbiquity enables the vision of connected car today with the industry’s most advanced cloud-based connected car services delivery platform: “Choreo.” Working in partnership with Airbiquity, automakers, tier one suppliers, and mobile network operators are delivering scalable and manageable connected car solutions meeting the safety, efficiency, convenience, and infotainment needs of their customers in over 50 countries and 30 languages.

 

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