“We chose Cybercom since they are leading Bluetooth experts in the automotive world with a solution that allows our clients to utilize the latest features, and since the system is simple to use irrespective of what mobile phone the end user has,” says Stefan Graf, head of technology marketing at PLDS. “BlueGO will make it easy for us and our customers to integrate secure Bluetooth communication into an in-vehicle infotainment (IVI) system.”
PLDS is one of the world´s leading suppliers of optical disk drive systems to the automotive industry. The agreement is valid until further notice. Cybercom is supplying blueGO as a complete Bluetooth application, along with integration, optimisation, and systems testing.
“What we are offering PLDS is a Bluetooth solution that is fully tested at delivery. Besides saving PLDS man-years of development, our system helps PLDS to avoid compatibility problems with all mobile phones, which is a major issue that usually comes up in industrialisation situations,” says Kristian Palm, business strategist at Cybercom Sweden. “Since PLDS has such a large market share, this is a very important project for Cybercom, and we see great future potential.”
Through blueGO, Cybercom offers a flexible and secure way to create a Bluetooth enabled IVI -system giving the right user experience in the car. Cybercom also offers complete development projects along with Bluetooth interoperability testing services in Europe, the US, and China.
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For more information, contact:
Kristian Palm, business strategist, Cybercom Sweden +46 703 79 65 90
Stefan Graf, head of technology marketing, PLDS +49 6441 3722 728
Anna Trane, press and PR manager, Cybercom Group +46 70 884 74 69