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  • nissan.automotiveIT

    Nissan appoints new CIO


    Nissan no longer shares a CIO with alliance partner Renault (Photo: Nissan) Nissan Motor has appointed Anthony Thomas CIO of the Japanese brand, filling a position vacated by Celso Guiotoko earlier this year. Thomas most recently served as CIO of GE Global and previously also worked at mobile phone ...

  • vodafone.automotiveIT

    Vodafone joins automotive 5G alliance


    The 5G automotive group hopes Vodafone will help develop a networked mobility ecosystem (Photo: BMW) Vodafone has joined a new alliance that promotes 5G connectivity as the new standard for the auto industry. The mobile operator said it is joining the 5G Automotive Association (5GAA) as the first network ...

  • vodafone.vw.automotiveIT

    Vodafone to bid for Cobra Automotive Technologies


    As part of its growing automotive business, Vodafone is supplying SIM cards for VW Group cars (Photo: Vodafone Vodafone plans to offer 145 million euros to buy all of Cobra Automotive, as the global telecommunications group bids to grow its business in the automotive industry. Italy-based Cobra sells security ...

  • m2m.automotiveIT

    Survey: as costs fall, M2M is growing


    (Photo: Analysys Mason) A survey of companies across several industries shows that machine-to-machine (M2M) implementations are set to rise across the board as costs come down. The M2M adoption barometer for 2013 found that costs are one of the biggest barriers in adopting M2M solutions. But as these costs ...

  • vodafone bmw.automotiveIT

    German BMWs to get Vodafone SIM cards


    New BMWs in Germany will be equipped with specially adapted Vodafone SIM cards from this summer as the German premium carmaker pursues its ConnectedDrive strategy. Under a five-year agreement between BMW and Vodafone Germany, new cars will be fitted with the SIM cards at the assembly plant. The cards use ...

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    Hyundai, Vodafone to jointly explore telematics opportunities


    Hyundai’s Curb concept, shown in Geneva, is a fully-networked car Vodafone and Hyundai signed an agreement to jointly explore business opportunities in telematics services in Europe. The two companies said the combination of automotive and IT technologies that each brings to the venture will produce a new range of automotive ...