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Renault-Nissan, Microsoft partner on connected services

Tuesday 27 September 2016 | 18:43 CET | News
Renault-Nissan, the company formed by the strategic partnership of car makers Renault and Nissan, has partnered with Microsoft to develop connected services powered by the Microsoft Azure cloud platform. The new services will become part of Renault-Nissan's offering for connected cars, including advanced navigation, predictive maintenance and remote monitoring.

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