DXC Technology’s Luxoft division announced Jan. 2 that it’s expanding its partnership with Microsoft, working with Microsoft’s Connected Vehicle Platform to more quickly deliver connected vehicle solutions and mobility experiences.
Luxoft aims to use the Microsoft Connected Vehicle Platform — a collection of Azure cloud-connected Internet of Things (IoT), diagnostic, and security solutions — to offer automakers the ability to deliver data-centric features.
“With our proven solutions and services for connected vehicles, automakers and their key partners are able to get the most out of the Microsoft Connected Vehicle Platform,” said Dmitry Loschinin, EVP of DXC Technology, and president and CEO of Luxoft. “Our collaboration with Microsoft gives automakers control and flexibility for creating highly differentiated, intelligent and beneficial connected mobility experiences for their customers.”
Luxoft and Microsoft will showcase the benefits of their partnership at CES in Las Vegas.
“Luxoft’s unique ability to combine innovation and execution with its global delivery network will allow us to accelerate the deployment of connected vehicle centric solutions and services based on the Microsoft Connected Vehicle Platform and Azure Maps,” said Tara Prakriya, GM of Azure IoT mobility, connected vehicles and Azure maps at Microsoft.