Cubic Telecom, a leading connectivity management software provider for the automotive and IoT industries, and Rogers Communications, have announced a collaboration to provide a connected car solution for Canadians.The partnership will integrate Cubic Telecom’s PACE platform (Platform for Application and Connectivity Enablement) with the Rogers mobile network. Rogers says the collaboration will enable a high-quality connected car experience throughout Canada and the U.S., allowing drivers and passengers to benefit from navigation and real-time route mapping, in addition to streaming content. The companies say the first automakers to benefit from the agreement will be announced in the New Year, with Cubic Telecom and Rogers-connected vehicles set to start appearing on Canadian roads in early 2020.
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