Carrier will work with network providers outside the U.S. to add connectivity By Sue Marek.
Sprint Nextel introduced an in-vehicle platform, called Velocity, that the operator said will allow car-makers to offer drivers customized features such as security, navigation, remote diagnostics, emergency services and infotainment.
Velocity debuted at the 2012 Los Angeles Auto Show today and the carrier will act as an integrator for auto makers.
The platform is network agnostic and Sprint will work with network providers outside the United States to add connectivity. "We are providing the platform, the integration and even the customer experience," said a Sprint spokesperson, "We are not just providing the connectivity."
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