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Alcatel-Lucent to demonstrate the LTE Connected Car concept vehicle 2009.11.18

Alcatel-Lucent collaborates with ng Connect members to demonstrate the future of the in-vehicle broadband experience with the launch of the LTE Connected Car concept vehicle. Leading provider of LTE networks expands the range of mobile broadband applications with innovative automotive connectivity showcase on wheels.

 
 
Paris
, November 4, 2009

Alcatel-Lucent (Euronext Paris and NYSE: ALU) today highlighted its leading role in the development of the LTE Connected Car concept, an in-vehicle broadband connectivity showcase introduced by the ng Connect Program.

The LTE Connected Car illustrates how 4G/Long Term Evolution (LTE) mobile broadband access technology is poised to bring a host of new applications and services to the automobile that are not possible today with current wireless technologies.

 
 
As part of its collaboration with other ng Connect member companies, Alcatel-Lucent leveraged its unmatched expertise in the development of sophisticated mobile broadband, triple play and multimedia networks to create a powerful new category of mobile device.

 
 
Through the ng Connect Program, Alcatel-Lucent is leading the way in fostering innovation and the creation of new applications integrated with the end-to-end network.
Alcatel-Lucent pre-integrates and tests this open ecosystem of applications and devices with our end-to-end LTE all-IP network.
In essence, Alcatel-Lucent provides the “connected” in the LTE Connected Car concept vehicle.

 
 
Alcatel-Lucent
, one of the early leaders in the emerging market for LTE mobile broadband networks, played a central role in the integration of this concept vehicle, a virtual “smartphone on wheels.”

 
 
For instance, Alcatel-Lucent combined an LTE broadband radio link – which brings cloud-based multimedia services into the car – with an in-vehicle WiFi environment to support easy integration with traditional home-based services.

 
 
Alcatel-Lucent
also helped manage the integration of the car’s wireless networks with the on-board operating system provided by QNX Software Systems, a leading provider of embedded systems.

 
 
Additionally, the company managed the end-to-end integration of the multimedia services – including mobile, multiplayer video gaming, video on demand and more – that are available in the vehicle.

Combined, these capabilities enable this networked concept vehicle to offer a wide range of navigation, personal security, vehicle wellness, and “infotainment” services to drivers and passengers alike.

 
 
“The LTE Connected Car concept vehicle highlights just one of the exciting new ways that mobile service providers can potentially expand the range of connected experiences available to their subscribers,” said Derek Kuhn, Vice President for Emerging Technology and Media with Alcatel-Lucent. “As we move into the 4G era, where very high-bandwidth, IP-based wireless connections will be widely available, service providers and their customers will be looking for interesting and creative ways to take advantage of the new capabilities these networks offer. Alcatel-Lucent has the vision of what is truly possible, and is dedicated to harnessing the strengths of the most creative companies in every industry to help make this vision a reality in the future.”

 
 
The LTE Connected Car
showcase was developed through collaboration between Alcatel-Lucent, Atlantic Records, QNX Software Systems, Toyota Motor Sales USA, Inc., chumby and Kabillion.
These companies, each leading players in their respective industries, were brought together by Alcatel-Lucent, which has extensive experience developing the multi-faceted “ecosystems” needed to support sophisticated, multi-technology service offerings.

 
 
The experience that Alcatel-Lucent gained through its pioneering role in the establishment of triple-play networks and services was applied directly to the challenge of developing the LTE Connected Car concept vehicle, which was envisioned and produced in just a few short months.
 
 

The LTE Connected Car concept highlights the kinds of profoundly enhanced end-user experiences that may someday be made possible through Alcatel-Lucent’s application enablement vision, which involves combining the trusted capabilities of the service provider network with the open innovation of the Web.
This combination of openness and service intelligence allows service providers to make information such as subscriber location, preferences and other relevant information available – in a safe and secure way that protects the privacy of individual subscribers – to application developers and content providers to foster the creation of new services.

 
 
The LTE Connected Car project
is a prime example of the potential for Application Enablement in action.

For more information on these features and an interactive demonstration of the LTE Connected Car experience visit:

http://www.ngconnect.org/lteconnectedcar  

For more information about Alcatel-Lucent’s end-to-end LTE solution, please visit:

http://www.alcatel-lucent.com/lte  



About Alcatel-Lucent

Alcatel-Lucent (Euronext Paris and NYSE: ALU) is the trusted partner of service providers, enterprises and governments worldwide, providing solutions to deliver voice, data and video communication services to end-users.

 
 
A leader in fixed, mobile and converged broadband networking, IP technologies, applications and services, Alcatel-Lucent leverages the unrivalled technical and scientific expertise of Bell Labs, one of the largest innovation powerhouses in the communications industry.

With operations in more than 130 countries and the most experienced global services organization in the industry, Alcatel-Lucent is a local partner with a global reach.

Alcatel-Lucent achieved revenues of Euro 16.98 billion in 2008 and is incorporated in France, with executive offices located in Paris.

For more information, visit Alcatel-Lucent on the Internet:

http://www.alcatel-lucent.com  


Alcatel-Lucent Press Contacts

Kurt Steinert
Tel: + 1 908-285-1641
Kurt.steinert@alcatel-lucent.com

Peter Benedict
Tel: + 33 1 4076 5084
Peter.benedict@alcatel-lucent.com
Alcatel-Lucent Investor Relations

Rémi Thomas
Tel: + 33 (0)1 40 76 50 61
remi.thomas@alcatel-lucent.com

Tom Bevilacqua
Tel: + 1 908-582-7998
bevilacqua@alcatel-lucent.com

Tony Lucido
Tel: + 33 (0)1 40 76 49 80
alucido@alcatel-lucent.com

Don Sweeney
Tel: + 1 908 582 6153
dsweeney@alcatel-lucent.com

http://www.ngconnect.org/news/new-release-2009-11-04-c.htm  


ng Connect Program Puts Connectivity in the Fast Lane with the LTE Connected Car Concept Vehicle


Alcatel-Lucent, Atlantic Records, QNX Software Systems and Toyota Motor Sales U.S.A. Transform the In-Vehicle User Experience with the World’s First Integrated Connected Car Concept.

New York, November 4, 2009

The ng Connect Program today announced the LTE Connected Car, a new concept vehicle, that illustrates how 4G/Long Term Evolution (LTE) mobile broadband access technology and the resulting ultra high bandwidth connectivity can bring a wide range of new capabilities to the automobile.

 
 
The LTE Connected Car concept
- a sophisticated, next-generation “smart” device on wheels supported by the most advanced wireless broadband networking technology available - offers a wide range of navigation, personal security, entertainment and infotainment services to both drivers and passengers alike.

 
 
The LTE Connected Car concept
also represents an exciting new potential revenue opportunity for network operators, automotive suppliers and application providers, and sets the stage to usher in a new era of richer and personalized in-car experiences.

Alcatel-Lucent (Euronext Paris and NYSE: ALU), Atlantic Records, QNX Software Systems, Toyota Motor Sales, chumby and Kabillion partnered on the development the LTE Connected Car project.

 
 
The LTE Connected Car concept
offers independently operated touchscreens coupled with innovative software which provide access to multiple applications and forms of content.
The prototype system supports the creation of personalized and interactive connected experiences that can be tailored to the individual preferences and requirements of both drivers and passengers.

 
 
The LTE Connected Car concept
illustrates that mobile devices are potentially no longer just phones or music players.
The concept vehicle becomes a mobile platform where information can be easily accessed and transmitted through the use of high bandwidth connectivity and cloud-based applications.

The LTE Connected Car concept offers a comprehensive menu of future-generation features that can be sampled in the vehicle including the following entertainment, infotainment, security and driving-related services:

Video on demand – an endless catalog of video content, including movies, recorded TV programs and user-generated content. New content can also be easily rented or purchased in-car for media playback there or paused and finished at home.

Gaming – multi-player games played within the vehicle, in other cars or with players anywhere in the world.

Audio Library – no longer bound to just CDs, the radio or portable music players - an endless music catalog is accessible from the cloud.

Home control – direct connection from the concept car to home automation and security systems to manage climate control systems, lighting, etc. or monitor home or business IP security cameras with streaming video feeds.

Enhanced communications services – calls and messaging services with a hands-free experience and access to social networks available to anyone in the car.

eCommerce – Web browsing and access to one of the concept’s many apps to buy right from the car.

Wi-Fi hotspot – in-car Wi-Fi network for full utilization of all Wi-Fi enabled in-car devices and connectivity to the cloud via LTE.

Advanced Navigation - the convenience of immediate, real-time GPS updates with point-of-interest overlay and integrated location-based services.

Enhanced safety, convenience and security – always-on LTE connectivity for real-time traffic, weather and road condition alerts to help improve driver safety in addition to the convenience of proactive vehicle health monitoring including maintenance scheduling, security monitoring and theft protection.

Road and vehicle monitoring - The concept vehicle becomes the sensor; a single platform for the collection and interactivity of vehicle status, location and road conditions that can be shared with other drivers.



The Concept


Soon the must-have option for new cars won't be a sunroof or leather seats—it will be ultra high-speed, high-bandwidth connectivity that revolutionizes the in-vehicle experience for drivers and passengers.

Toyota Prius

 
Within the LTE Connected Car, consumers will be able to access network- and cloud-based applications that put on-demand entertainment, infotainment, diagnostics, navigation and much more at their fingertips.

It all started with a simple question. What happens if you connect a car to an ultra high-speed mobile network?

Alcatel-Lucent technology

 
Several innovative companies in very different industries were asking this same question. And when the ng Connect Program brought them together, the LTE Connected Car Solution Concept was born.


The Participants


Automotive Partner

The Connected Car concept vehicle is built upon the base of a 2010 Toyota Prius.

The Toyota Prius is one of the leading hybrid electric mid-size cars in the United States.

 
 
According to the US EPA in 2007, the 2008 Prius was named the most fuel-efficient car sold in the US.

The EPA and California Air Resources Board also rate the Prius as among the cleanest vehicles sold in the US based on non-CO2 emissions.


Technology Partners

LTE radio and patent pending antennae technology from Alcatel-Lucent support new advances in in-vehicle connectivity.
The company's multi-screen video solution provides streaming video applications to four screens simultaneously.

The LTE Connected Car system architecture puts the intelligence and computing capability in the network.

Alcatel-Lucent’s historic Bell Labs invented key standards for MiMo and OFDM which support today’s smart antennae and emerging LTE networks.

 
 

QNX Software Systems provided the software foundation for the LTE Connected Car including the operating system, touchscreen user interfaces, media players for YouTube and Pandora, navigation system, Bluetooth connectivity, multimedia playback, handsfree integration, games, app store, and virtual mechanic.

All components are based on the QNX CAR application platform.


Media and Content Partners

Fanbase from Atlantic Records allows music fans to directly connect to their favorite artists, streamed into the LTE Connected Car.
Users can chat and download the latest music, news, photos and videos from the comfort of the backseat.
 
 

chumby offers more than 1,500 applications, ranging from news and entertainment to social networks, videos, music, sports and more from high profile media partners.
chumby also offers user generated content, thousands of Internet radio stations, and the ability to share photos, e-cards and more with family and friends.

The Kids VoD Service (on-demand kids’ content) from Kabillion provides high quality entertainment for young passengers in the LTE Connected Car.
Kabillion’s online entertainment portal
also allows kids to play games and create their own personal avatars.


The Reality


ng Connect's Solution Concept for the LTE Connected Car showcases within a fully functioning vehicle a range of personalized consumer experiences that transform the vehicle into a seamless extension of the always-on network.

The LTE Connected Car Solution Concept is based on new services and business models. These are enabled by ultra-high bandwidth, always-on network connectivity, cloud computing and cloud storage, and value-added network assets such as content management, location services, presence, identity, security, billing and innovative in-vehicle hardware and software systems.


An Exciting New Mobile Platform

The LTE Connected Car creates an entirely new mobile platform by bringing together leading automotive makers, network operators, component suppliers and content providers.

Application developers and content providers can extend existing services to the LTE Connected Car, and they can also create a whole new class of vehicle-centric and travel-centric applications and services.
These include remote maintenance (such as vehicle software and application upgrades), safety and mechanical telematics, and enhanced navigation, including detailed traffic and weather information.

For more information on these features, videos on the LTE Connected Car prototype and an interactive demonstration of the experience visit

http://www.ngconnect.org/lteconnectedcar  


“With the introduction of the LTE Connected Car concept, the automobile is poised to become the latest mobile platform,” said Derek Kuhn, Vice President for Emerging Technology and Media, Alcatel-Lucent, an ng Connect founding member.
“Information, entertainment content and essential data such as traffic updates and the location of preferred retail outlets or service centers can be easily accessed through the use of high bandwidth connectivity, cloud-based interactive applications and the next generation of innovative in-car computing platforms.”

The ng Connect Program is a multi-industry collaboration among leading network, device, application, automotive and content suppliers to develop pre-integrated examples of possible applications and services for 3G and 4G/LTE networks.

“As we move into the next phase of the evolution of broadband networks with the advent of ultra high bandwidth systems such as 4G and GPON, it is critical that a broad spectrum of companies – including those from industries that are not normally associated – come together in a strong ecosystem that can effectively innovate, remove business and technical barriers and define new business models to accelerate mass adoption of new services and devices”, said Tim Krause, Chief Marketing Officer, Alcatel-Lucent.
“The establishment of the ng Connect program is an important step in our strategy to create an open ecosystem so that the trusted capabilities of service providers can be combined with the innovation of the web to bring whole new classes of services to market, services that can leverage the growing capabilities of service aware IP networks, IMS and more. The ng Connect Program is dedicated to bringing this ecosystem to life.”

For more detail on individual ng Connect Member contributions to this innovative and exciting new concept vehicle, please visit the project website at

www.ngconnect.org/lteconnectedcar  


About The ng Connect Program

The ng Connect Program is a multi-industry organization committed to the development and rapid deployment of the next generation of broadband services based on Long Term Evolution (LTE) and other ultra high bandwidth technologies.

 
 
Founded in 2009, the ng Connect Program is supported by leading network, consumer electronics, application and content providers including 4DK, Alcatel-Lucent, Atlantic Records, BUZZMEDIA, chumby, Connect2Media, Creative Technology Ltd., dimedis, FISHLABS, GameStreamer, Inc., Gemalto, HP, Intamac Systems Ltd., Kabillion, Kyocera Communications Inc., LearningMate, MediaTile, QNX, R360, RebelVox LLC., Samsung, SIGNEXX, Total Immersion, Toyota Motor Sales USA, Inc., TuneWiki, V-Gate and Words & Numbers.

For more information on the ng Connect Program, please visit:

www.ngconnect.org  


ng Connect Press Contacts

Pamela Preston
Tel: +1 212-616-6001
ppreston@breakawaycom.com

Alicia Mickelsen
Tel: +1 212-616-6002
amick@breakawaycom.com


http://www.ngconnect.org/news/new-release-2009-11-04-d.htm  



Alcatel-Lucent wspólnie z innymi członkami organizacji ng Connect przedstawił koncepcyjny pojazd LTE Connected Car z dostępem do nowoczesnych usług szerokopasmowych


Najważniejszy dostawca sieci LTE rozszerza zakres mobilnych aplikacji szerokopasmowych o nowatorski system przeznaczony do pojazdów samochodowych


Warszawa, 4 listopada 2009 roku 

Alcatel-Lucent po raz kolejny potwierdził swoją wiodącą rolę w rozwoju technologii LTE i przedstawił koncepcyjny pojazd LTE Connected Car wyposażony w samochodowy system komunikacji szerokopasmowej opracowany wspólnie z organizacją ng Connect Program.

Projekt ten udowodnił, że mobilna technologia dostępu szerokopasmowego 4G/Long Term Evolution (LTE) umożliwia udostępnienie wielu nowych aplikacji i usług szerokopasmowych w pojazdach samochodowych, czego nie zapewniają obecnie używane technologie bezprzewodowe.

 
 
Wykorzystując swoje doświadczenie w tworzeniu zaawansowanych mobilnych usług szerokopasmowych triple play (telewizja, telefon i dostęp do Internetu) oraz sieci multimedialnych, Alcatel-Lucent we współpracy z innymi firmami należącymi do organizacji ng Connect opracował koncepcję nowej kategorii urządzeń mobilnych.

Dzięki temu projektowi Alcatel-Lucent utorował nowe ścieżki rozwoju nowatorskich rozwiązań i aplikacji zintegrowanych z siecią.
Firma integruje i testuje ten otwarty ekosystem aplikacji i urządzeń z kompleksową siecią LTE w całości opartą na protokole IP.
Podsumowując, zapewnia komunikację w koncepcyjnym pojeździe LTE Connected Car.

Alcatel-Lucent, jeden z pierwszych liderów nowego rynku szerokopasmowych sieci mobilnych LTE, odegrał główną rolę w tworzeniu koncepcyjnego pojazdu, który można nazwać wirtualnym „smartfonem na kółkach”.
Połączył szerokopasmowe łącze radiowe LTE, które zapewnia dostęp do usług multimedialnych opartych na infrastrukturze internetowej, ze środowiskiem WiFi wewnątrz pojazdu.
Ułatwia to integrację z tradycyjnymi usługami dostępnymi w domu.

Alcatel-Lucent pomógł również w integracji bezprzewodowych sieci samochodowych z pokładowym systemem operacyjnym firmy QNX Software Systems — jednego z głównych dostawców systemów wbudowanych.

Ponadto firma dokonała kompleksowej integracji usług multimedialnych, takich jak łączność mobilna, gry wideo dla wielu graczy, wideo na żądanie i wiele innych.
W rezultacie koncepcyjny pojazd oferuje szeroki zakres usług nawigacji, bezpieczeństwa, obsługi samochodu oraz informacji i rozrywki (tzw. infotainment) zarówno kierowcy, jak i pasażerom.

 
 
„LTE Connected Car jest tylko jednym z nowych rozwiązań, które umożliwią dostawcom usług mobilnych rozszerzenie zakresu oferty komunikacyjnej oferowanej abonentom” - powiedział Derek Kuhn, wiceprezes ds. nowych technologii i mediów (Emerging Technology and Media) w Alcatel-Lucent.
„Wchodzimy w erę technologii 4G, w której szerokopasmowe usługi bezprzewodowe oparte na protokole IP będą powszechnie dostępne. Usługodawcy i ich klienci będą szukać nowatorskich, ciekawych sposobów wykorzystania możliwości takich sieci. Alcatel-Lucent ma wizję tego, co jest naprawdę możliwe i osiągalne w tym zakresie, i stara się wykorzystać doświadczenia najbardziej kreatywnych przedstawicieli różnych branż, aby tę wizję realizować”.

Projekt LTE Connected Car został opracowany wspólnie przez firmy Alcatel-Lucent, Atlantic Records, QNX Software Systems, Toyota Motor Sales USA, Inc., chumby i Kabillion.
Każda z nich jest liderem w swojej branży.

Inicjatorem współpracy był Alcatel-Lucent, który ma duże doświadczenie w tworzeniu wielopłaszczyznowych „ekosystemów” potrzebnych do obsługi zaawansowanych usług opartych na wielu technologiach.
Jako pionier rozwiązań sieciowych i usług triple play, wykorzystał swoją wiedzę, tworząc koncepcyjny pojazd LTE Connected Car, który został opracowany i wyprodukowany w ciągu zaledwie kilku miesięcy.

Rozszerzone usługi i aplikacje przedstawione w koncepcyjnym pojeździe LTE Connected Car, łączące sprawdzone funkcje sieci operatora z otwartymi innowacjami opartymi na Internecie, w przyszłości mogą stać się ogólnie dostępne dzięki realizacji wizji firmy Alcatel-Lucent.

Otwarte, inteligentne rozwiązania pozwolą operatorom udostępniać twórcom aplikacji i dostawcom treści informacje dotyczące m.in. lokalizacji i preferencji użytkowników (w sposób bezpieczny i chroniący prywatność abonentów), zachęcając ich do tworzenia nowych usług.

Projekt LTE Connected Car jest doskonałym przykładem wykorzystania koncepcji Application Enablement firmy Alcatel-Lucent.


Informacje o organizacji ng Connect Program

Organizacja ng Connect Program skupia przedstawicieli różnych branż, w tym największych dostawców sieci, urządzeń, aplikacji i treści.
Jej celem jest tworzenie zintegrowanych aplikacji i usług do sieci 3G i 4G/LTE.


Informacje o Alcatel-Lucent

Alcatel-Lucent (Euronext Paryż i NYSE: ALU) jest godnym zaufania partnerem dostawców usług, firm i instytucji na całym świecie, dostarczając rozwiązania umożliwiające świadczenie klientom usług telekomunikacyjnych - głosowych, transmisji głosu i wideo.

Będąc liderem w dziedzinie szerokopasmowych rozwiązań stacjonarnych, mobilnych i konwergentnych, technologii IP, aplikacji i usług, Alcatel-Lucent wykorzystuje unikalny potencjał techniczny i naukowy Bell Labs – jednego z największych centrów innowacyjnych w branży telekomunikacyjnej.

Działając w ponad 130 krajach i posiadając najbardziej doświadczony globalny zespół usługowy, Alcatel-Lucent jest lokalnym partnerem o globalnym zasięgu.

Przychody Alcatel-Lucent w 2007 roku osiągnęły poziom 17,8 mld EUR.
Firma jest zarejestrowana we Francji, a jej zarząd ma siedzibę w Paryżu.

Więcej informacji o firmie Alcatel-Lucent można znaleźć na stronie:

http://www.alcatel-lucent.com  



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