Get ready for next wireless revolution through connected cars. Aproprose publisher of Wireless and Mobile News is please to announced our sister website Auto Connected Car where we will covering the emerging connected car space.The two largest carriers in the United States have partnered with major car makers to include mobile hotspot, telematics and internet connections. AT&T has made a deal with General Motors and Chevrolet. While Verizon Wireless Enterprise announced a partnership with Hyundai prior to the Detroit Auto Show.
As an alternative many car makers allow for data to be used on smartphones. For passengers or streaming music, you can also use a mobile hotspot to supply data for your auto-mobile. The compatibility across car makers varies and will be covering the whole new revolution for our readers.
"Our agreement with Hyundai expands our long-standing collaboration with a wide range of auto manufacturers throughout the industry to support network engineering, security, cloud solutions, telematics platform, and program management for millions of vehicles in the U.S. and around the world," said Mark Bartolomeo, vice president Connected Solutions at Verizon Enterprise Solutions.
"Chevrolet is expected to implement the broadest deployment of 4G LTE in the automotive industry," said Alan Batey, senior vice president of Global Chevrolet. "
Sprint is also coming to the connected car space. Earlier we showed the Delphi connect from Verizon Wireless.