In 2012, Congress created the First Responder Network Authority (FirstNet Authority) and authorized it to build, operate, and maintain FirstNet, a single, nationwide broadband network in response to the communication failures that occurred during the 9/11 terrorist attacks. Today, the FirstNet network is working as Congress intended and public safety needs.
AT&T has inspired human progress through the power of communication and entertainment for more than 143 years. We now cover 99% of Americans, offer talk, text, and data in over 200 countries, and have introduced a mobile 5G+ network in parts of 35 cities.
We also understand the importance of giving back to the communities in which we live and work. Our ESCUELA+ program reached more than 9,800 schools in nine Latin American territories, we volunteered over 1.5 million hours through our employee volunteer programs, and we committed $550 million through AT&T Aspire since 2008 to promote student success in school and beyond.
AT&T and The Washington Post are working together on the future of digital storytelling. Teams at both companies will experiment with new formats and see what immersive journalism can do better as the world is increasingly connected to 5G.
The U.S. Air Force is working with AT&T to help it create a “Smart Base of the Future” at Tyndall Air Force Base (Tyndall). AT&T expects to light up 5G service on the base as early as mid-2020.
Purdue University’s College of Engineering is working with AT&T to create a test bed for 5G-based research and development at its Purdue Research Lab. Located in the newly launched Indiana 5G Zone, the lab will use AT&T’s 5G+ millimeter wave (5G+) and commercially available Multi-access Edge Computing (MEC) technologies to help solve societal challenges like disaster recovery in rural, agricultural areas and explore new use cases for where business and community intersect – like smart cities.
AT&T Business decided to push the limits to see how we could make the “phygital” world — where the physical and digital worlds are seamlessly intertwined — work for business by combining spatial computing with our ultra-fast 5G millimeter wave technology at our inaugural AT&T Business Hackathon with Magic Leap.
AT&T has inspired human progress through the power of communication and entertainment for more than 143 years. We now cover 99% of Americans, offer talk, text, and data in over 200 countries, and have introduced a mobile 5G network in parts of 21 cities.
We also understand the importance of giving back to the communities in which we live and work. We’ve launched the AT&T Believes community engagement initiative in 31 locations, volunteered over 1.5 million hours through our employee volunteer programs, and committed $500 million through AT&T Aspire since 2008 to promote student success in school and beyond.
Public safety agencies on FirstNet – America’s public safety communications platform – now have access to an end-to-end fleet management solution. Fleet Complete for FirstNet now offers a fully-integrated solution that gives agencies comprehensive, near real-time insights into critical fleet and in-field first responder activities.
AT&T is deploying an integrated, wearable device that will help hotel employees summon assistance in certain threatening situations.
Businesses will be able to operate Internet of Things devices and applications across Canada and the U.S. now that AT&T has signed separate reciprocal roaming agreements with Bell, Rogers, and TELUS.
AT&T puts fans at AT&T Stadium at the center of the action in the nation’s first 5G-enabled stadium. Throughout the season we will offer four unique 5G activations that will begin to change the way fans interact with the game.
AT&T and Dell Technologies are jointly exploring the development of key open infrastructure technology areas for the next-generation network edge that will be required by service providers to support new use cases and service opportunities in a cloud-oriented 5G world.