AT&T laboratory helps automakers develop customized connectivity.
AT&T Tunes In to Automotive Connectivity Research AT&T announces two major initiatives to lead innovation in the connected-car market, a research center in Atlanta called the AT&T Drive Studio, and a modular, global automotive platform called AT&T Drive. Covering more than 5,000 sq.-ft. (465 cu.-m), the AT&T Drive Studio includes working garage bays, a speech lab, a full showroom to exhibit the latest innovations and conference facilities. It functions as a working lab ...
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