The GMSA will create an end-to-end implementation guide to help mobile operators better understand how to deploy VoLTE on their networks, according to a senior executive in the organization.
BARCELONA, Spain--General Motors evaluated several different network partners and different types of connected car options before deciding to embed LTE into most of its cars beginning in 2014. The company announced earlier this week that its OnStar-branded safety, security and navigation service will use embedded LTE modules powered by AT&T Mobility's network. Interestingly, one of the driving factors behind GM's decision to embed LTE modules in its cars and select AT&T as its partner was because it plans to offer Voice over LTE technology.
General Motors is the first automaker to integrate Apple's Siri voice assistant technology into its vehicles, enhancing its Chevrolet MyLink in-car infotainment system to offer drivers a hands-free option for accessing mobile communication and multimedia services.
General Motors' OnStar unit will open its proprietary Advanced Telematics Operating Management System application programming interface to selected iOS and Android developers during the first half of
General Motors' OnStar in-vehicle safety and communication services unit announced it will leverage Google's Android technologies to develop a series of new features slated for integration with the
General Motors (GM) did not have to look too far to find its new CEO. All they had to do was simply turn to Ed Whitcare, who has been serving as the ailing automotive company's interim CEO since
The Wall Street Journal is reporting former AT&T CEO Edward Whitacre Jr. will take over ailing automaker General Motors later this summer after the company emerges from bankruptcy protection.