HAWTHORNE, NY – Forecasting a skyrocketing demand for telematics systems in passenger vehicles by the end of the decade, an IBM Corp. executive predicts future wireless innovations will provide drivers with delivery of far more automated information and applications to and from the vehicle. Delphi has sold 3 million telematics devices while IBM has ambitious goals for the segment. These systems most likely will be digital instead of analog and will seamlessly incorporate cell ...

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