Hyundai Mobis Selects Jungo to Provide Integrated Pandora Radio in Cars
Jungo’s integration of Pandora Radio for Hyundai Mobis to be available in cars sold in the US from 2013
DETROIT, MICHIGAN - Jungo, now part of Cisco, a leading supplier of automotive multimedia middleware and connectivity solutions, has been selected by Hyundai Mobis, an affiliate of the Hyundai Motor Company, to provide an infotainment middleware solution for new automobiles sold in the US market from 2013.
• Jungo will provide a certified middleware implementation that supports various types of infotainment systems from Hyundai Mobis and numerous car models. The functionality of existing infotainment systems will be upgraded to enable head unit playing and control of Pandora Radio from devices connected over USB.
• A key feature of the Jungo middleware for Hyundai Mobis will be support for Pandora Radio played on the iPhone. Pandora support is a prominent, pre-integrated feature of the middleware thanks to an existing partnership between Jungo and Pandora.
• Jungo’s automotive multimedia middleware will be on show at the SAE Convergence 2012 exhibition in Detroit on October 16 & 17, 2012 (booth 319).
Ophir Herbst, General Manager, Jungo Connectivity, now part of Cisco:
“We’re extremely excited by the work that we have done with both Pandora and Hyundai Mobis to ensure a solution that provides the best experience for the end user. We look forward to the deployment of our middleware in Hyundai vehicles.”
For a video introduction to Jungo’s automotive connectivity middleware, please see http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2j3pLKzDuUw&feature=youtu.be.
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