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Audi partners Cubic Telecom over connectivity solutions for automobiles


AUDIAUDI has acquired a stake in Cubic Telecom through its subsidiary, Audi Electronics Venture GmbH (AEV), to develop connectivity solutions for the automobiles of the its brand.

Audi said in a released that the two firms are strong development partners of connected infotainment solutions and intend to connect the models of the brand even better with its environment and the internet in the future.

Head of Audi Electronics Venture GmbH Peter Steiner, said Audi has regularly demonstrated its pioneering electronics expertise together with internationally leading suppliers of high-tech consumer products at trade fairs such as the Consumer Electronics Chief Executive Office of Cubic Telecom, Barry Napier noted: “The automotive industry is changing faster than ever, and connectivity in the car is at the heart of it.

With this partnership Cubic and Audi will work together on a wide range of future connectivity applications.” “Audi will also participate in the firstConsumer Electronics Show Asia in Shanghai with a keynote presentation and its own stand to present the latest developments in the field of Audi connect”, the statement said.

It stated that in order to meet the challenges of the dynamic high-tech environment, AEV focuses on combining its own strengths with those of its partners thereby accelerating its development cycles and thus effectively extends Audi’s  Cubic Telecom is a leading cloud based M2M platform provider, focused on enabling seamless global connectivity solutions for the Internet of Things and enterprise customers.

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