Airbiquity renews 2013 agreement with Nissan, performing more than 2.6m over-the-air updates

Kamyar Moinzadeh, president and CEO of Airbiquity

Airbiquity®, provider of connected car service delivery, has renewed its agreement with Nissan Motor Corporation to continue global service delivery for the NissanConnectSM Mobile Apps and Infiniti InTouch™ Apps infotainment programs beyond 2020.

Launched in 2013, Airbiquity and Nissan have successfully scaled the NissanConnect Mobile Apps and Infiniti InTouch Apps infotainment programs to support millions of vehicles from the Nissan and Infiniti brands, spanning 28 models across 56 countries, and a diverse range of hardware suppliers and content providers.

Deployment of the NissanConnect Mobile Apps and Infiniti InTouch Apps infotainment programs is another example of Nissan’s commitment to bringing innovative technology and superior user experiences to mass-market vehicles, and working with outside suppliers to achieve program goals.

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Central to making this program a reality is Airbiquity’s Infotainment Delivery offering and Choreo™ cloud-based service delivery platform, responsible for end-to-end solution deployment and the execution of over 2.6 million over-the-air (OTA) infotainment system and content provider application updates so that the NissanConnect Mobile Apps and Infiniti InTouch Apps infotainment service user experience is current and differentiated from competitive automakers.

“After three years of program deployment Airbiquity is honored to continue providing infotainment service delivery for Nissan Motor Corporation into the next decade,” said Kamyar Moinzadeh, president and CEO of Airbiquity. “In a rapidly evolving market our team is always looking ahead to ensure we’re providing the most innovative technology to our customers. We look forward to working with Nissan to help them maintain a leadership role in automotive infotainment.”

“Nissan is pleased to continue to support our current and future customers by extending our partnership with Airbiquity,” said John Schnoes, Nissan division GM & program director, Connected Car & Autonomous Drive Division.

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Airbiquity’s Choreo service delivery platform provides flexible and scalable connected car service delivery from the cloud. Choreo integrates the diverse spectrum of vehicle systems, connectivity devices, communication networks, back office IT systems, and content and service providers required for traditional and emerging connected car services.

Choreo’s open architecture design enables both end-to-end service delivery or component level integration into existing services and multi-party clouds. Over six million vehicles connect to Choreo daily, generating hundreds of millions of monthly transactions.

To learn more about the NissanConnectSM Mobile Apps program, click here.

To learn more about the Infiniti InTouch™ Apps program, click here.

To learn more about Airbiquity’s Infotainment Delivery offering view this video.

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