Intel newsroom 2012
Intel Technology Selected for NISSAN Motor Company's Next-Gen In-Vehicle Infotainment Systems
Posted by IntelPR in Intel Newsroom on Apr 5, 2012 7:24:09 AM
Companies Collaborate to Bring New Features, User Experiences to the Car
Intel Atom processor will power NISSAN Motor Company's next-generation in-vehicle infotainment system for select production vehicles beginning in 2013.
Intel and NISSAN are engaged in joint research and product development to bring new and innovative driving experiences.
Joint research demonstrates the benefits of integrating consumer electronic device connectivity in the car with cloud-based services.
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Nissan shifts into wearables with car-connecting Nismo Watch
Truly connecting car and driver
By Michelle Fitzsimmons 2 hrs ago
"Be one with your car" is a mantra often muttered by motorheads, but Nissan is taking syncing with your vehicle to a whole new level with the introduction of the Nismo Watch.
Billed as the first smartwatch to connect car and driver, this concept wrist-warmer comes on the heels of the Samsung Galaxy Gear and Qualcomm Toq's reveals.
Clearly, it's time to settle in for a deluge of techy tickers.
Nissan called the new smartwatch its first step into wearable tech, foreshadowing more developments down the line. The Nismo Watch offers a mix of biometric data and car performance stats, and it's specifically designed for drivers of its Nismo performance line of vehicles, which include the Juke Nismo and 370Z Nismo.
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