Friday December 6, 2019

Deal sees Cubic Telecom software used in 100,000 more EVs

20th January, 2019

Cubic Telecom has secured a deal to power more than 100,000 electric cars for international electric vehicle company e.GO, bringing the total number of cars using its technology to more than two million.

Technology developed by the Dublin software firm, which has raised €75 million, is already live in over two million cars across 40 countries. It has done deals with the VW Group, which includes Audi, Porsche, Bentley and Volkswagen as well as Panasonic,...

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