Airbiquity partners with Nissan to link its cloud to cars

Seattle-based Airbiquity has partnered with Nissan to bring its “Choreo” connected car solution to the car-maker’s lineup. Choreo will give new Nissan owners the chance to use popular smartphone apps from their car’s dashboard, like Pandora and Twitter. While Airbiquity has partnered with other companies like BMW and Ford to put its connected car solution to… Read More


Airbiquity teams up with China Unicom to bring high-tech auto solutions to China

Airbiquity, a Seattle-based company that develops tech solutions for vehicles, today announced a partnership with China Unicom to provide connected vehicle services for the Chinese auto market. The two plan to work together, leveraging Airbiquity’s technology with China Unicom’s telecom infrastructure. They plan to offer services including infotainment and smartphone integration, commercial vehicle fleet services, CRM,… Read More


Sprint taps Airbiquity to bring the cloud into cars

Wireless provider Sprint is moving into communication and entertainment systems for vehicles, and it’s bringing Airbiquity along for the ride. The Seattle-based company was selected by Sprint to provide its “Choreo” cloud platform for connected vehicles as part of the new Sprint Velocity system, which was announced earlier today. Sprint will make the Velocity system… Read More

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Airbiquity on board with OnStar’s retail mirror

Our region has seen the rise of a cottage industry in automotive “infotainment,” and Seattle-based Airbiquity is continuing the streak with the news today that it will provide data-over-voice technologies for the standalone OnStar rear-view mirror. The mirror, announced earlier this year, will be available for installation in pretty much any car, from Best Buy… Read More