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February 22, 2024
Linux Foundation’s CAMARA Project and Automotive Edge Computing Consortium to Formally Collaborate to Advance Connected Vehicle Services
Initial focus areas of collaboration include examining the best ways to process connected vehicle service data across multiple cloud and edge computing environments SAN FRANCISCO & WAKEFIELD, Mass. – February 22, 2024 – The CAMARA Project, an open source community addressing telco industry API interoperability under the auspices of the Linux Foundation, and the Automotive […]
February 8, 2024
AECC and GSMA Intelligence Unveil Research on Edge Computing’s ROI Opportunity
Edge Investments Set to Increase in 2024 According to OEMs, MNOs, Cloud Providers, and IOT Players Surveyed Wakefield, Mass. – Feb. 8, 2024 – The Automotive Edge Computing Consortium (AECC) today announced the release of groundbreaking edge computing research in collaboration with GSMA Intelligence titled Edge: Coming to a Place Near You. This research reveals […]
January 25, 2024
Charter Communications Joins the Automotive Edge Computing Consortium
As a member of the Consortium, Charter will collaborate with AECC members to evaluate the work being done by wireless network operators, automotive manufacturers, cloud providers and other related bodies and communities to ensure that new technologies and standards meet the future needs of the automotive industry. Specifically, Charter will help the AECC solve for the increasing high-bandwidth, high-speed connectivity demands of connected vehicles.
December 13, 2023
Automotive Edge Computing Consortium Drives Green Mobility Forward with White Paper and Milestone Proof of Concept
Green Mobility Proof of Concept, by AECC Members Toyota, KDDI, and Cisco, Results in a 94 Percent Reduction in Facility Power and Cooling WAKEFIELD, Mass. – Dec. 13, 2023 – The automotive industry is witnessing a profound shift towards sustainability and innovation, marked by the demand for environmentally conscious practices and increasingly data-intensive connected vehicle […]
September 27, 2023
AECC Offers Guidance to Connected Vehicle Services Industry with “Data Management Systems in the Distributed Environment” White Paper
AECC White Paper Offers Ways to Overcome Data Management Challenges When Transitioning to Intelligent Mobility Services WAKEFIELD, Mass. – Sept. 27, 2023 – The automotive industry is undergoing a transformative period driven by the rise of connected vehicles and innovative, intelligent mobility services. In response to this seismic shift, the Automotive Edge Computing Consortium (AECC) […]
May 18, 2023
MOTER Technologies, Inc. Joins the Automotive Edge Computing Consortium
By Collaborating With the AECC and its Members, MOTER Will Ensure That New Connected Vehicle Services Technologies and Standards Meet the Ecosystem’s Future Needs
March 9, 2023
AECC and Frost & Sullivan to Host Webinar “Unlocking and Accelerating the Connected Vehicle Services Opportunity”
Frost & Sullivan and AECC Members DENSO, Ericsson and Nexar to Discuss How the Connected Services Ecosystem Can Meet Rapidly Approaching Big Data Demands WAKEFIELD, Mass. – March 9, 2023 – The Automotive Edge Computing Consortium (AECC), a non-profit consortium of cross-industry players working to address the data transfer requirements of the growing connected vehicle […]
February 14, 2023
Automotive Edge Computing Consortium Members KDDI, Nexar and Toyota to Present “A Smart and Connected World in the Edge Computing Era” at MWC Barcelona 2023
GSMA Analyst-Led Panel to Discuss How to Unlock the Connected Services Opportunity and Examine Proofs-of-Concept Addressing the Data Transfer Requirements of the Connected Vehicle Ecosystem BARCELONA – Feb. 14, 2023 – The Automotive Edge Computing Consortium (AECC) today announced that it will lead the Power Hour presentation, “A Smart and Connected World in the Edge […]
October 17, 2022
AECC and SBD Automotive to Host Webinar “Coordinating the Connected Car and Network Edge to Avoid Breaking the Internet” on October 20
By 2025, all new vehicles will be connected, requiring fast internet, artificial intelligence (AI) and big data analytics to deliver services such as HD mapping, intelligent driving and more. The potential economic impact of this shift is enormous, as is the opportunity for MNOs. However, today’s network is not optimized to support the data needs of the connected vehicle services promise. The AECC is working to tackle this impending data challenge with PoCs designed to help meet growing data demands.
September 13, 2022
AECC Brings Connected Vehicle Services to Life at ITS World Congress
Connected vehicle services are in everyone’s near future, but to bring them to life will require a much larger data transfer capacity from the vehicles to the edge and cloud than what is available today.
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