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BlackBerry introduces mobile computing for automakers

Thursday 6 June 2013 | 05:18 CET | News
BlackBerry will preview a mobile computing service for automakers that allow them to manage and deliver over-the-air software updates to vehicles. The Software Update Management for Automotive service facilitates M2M communication directly between the automaker and the vehicle, allowing the automaker to provide software updates to vehicles in the field. Through BlackBerry's OTA service, automakers can deliver new capacities to customers, including software updates, new applications, and the ability to get the status of functional systems in a vehicle.

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Companies: BlackBerry
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