AT&T Supports 12 Million Connected Vehicles

AT&T says it supports more than 12 million vehicles with connectivity services, growing about a million new connections each quarter, working with at least 22 global brands. "Automakers are wanting to be able to get updates off a car and be able to update the car over the air similar to what we do with smartphones,” said Chris Penrose, AT&T SVP.  Safety, security, remote access and location-based services also are sought.

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