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Chrysler Enlists Sprint As Strategic Wireless Partner

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Chrysler Group has enlisted the network, systems integration and consumer market expertise of Sprint in a strategic partnership designed to integrate wireless technology into Chrysler Group’s Uconnect Access in-vehicle communication system. The companies are also evolving Uconnect to include a variety of new connected features and services. Chrysler Group and Sprint have developed a new wireless in-vehicle connectivity experience for the Ram 1500 pickup and SRT Viper.

The Uconnect Access platform uses the Sprint Connected Vehicle Platform architecture and delivers built-in vehicle connectivity via embedded wireless technology, based on Sprint Velocity for Vehicle Manufacturers.

Sprint’s secure network ensures accurate and reliable connectivity for telematics applications, including the ability to lock or unlock your vehicle, and to access a 9-1-1 or roadside assistance operator at the push of a button.

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