Gozio Health announced a new strategic alliance with AT&T, expanding its mobile wayfinding and patient engagement platform to healthcare systems nationwide. The agreement allows Gozio to quickly scale its wayfinding platform to provide hospitals a digital solution that addresses the growing importance of patient experience in the consumerization of healthcare.
This influx of data that flows through AT&T’s wireless network creates a world of possibilities. It’s what’s fueling advancements in emerging technologies like artificial intelligence (AI). We’re able to better support customer needs by rapidly applying AI to solve problems and create value.
AT&T plans to bring its largest collection to date of 5G experiences and demonstrations, as well as an expansive lineup of 5G thought leaders, to Warner Bros. for AT&T SHAPE, an immersive event exploring the convergence of technology and entertainment.
AT&T and LiveU are working together to bring 5G to LiveU’s HEVC (High Efficiency Video Coding) bonding portable transmission solutions.
The FirstNet communications platform – built with AT&T and the First Responder Network Authority (FirstNet Authority) – has well-surpassed the half-a-million mark, with over 600,000 device connections being used by more than 7,250 public safety agencies.
On Airship, the collaboration and the new organizational structure between development and operations were key to delivering into production a new Network Cloud Platform and a new 5G Packet Core in record-setting time.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is defined as a non-human system that mimics human intelligence. But another term is equally important: Ethics. Here are AT&T’s guiding principles for working with AI.
AT&T has inspired human progress through the power of communication and entertainment for more than 143 years. Since this last quarter, over 400 million people in the U.S. and Mexico can now access AT&T’s 4G LTE network, we have 1,270,173 route miles of fiber globally, and we’ve cultivated over 370 million direct-to-consumer relationships across our wireless, video, WarnerMedia, and broadband businesses.
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 ten cities, set a goal to enable carbon savings ten times the footprint of our operations by the end of 2025, and committed $500 million through the AT&T Aspire program since 2008 to promote student success in school and beyond.
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AT&T and Vodafone Business are working together to accelerate Internet of Things (IoT) connectivity and innovation in the automotive industry. The companies will bring together their industry-leading expertise to develop superior and consistent connected car solutions and experiences for customers across their combined footprints in North America, Europe, and Africa.
Today, the Project AirGig team has more than 500 patents and applications related to the technology, which all ladder up to a multitude of “mini-inventions” that make up Project AirGig.
When you think of AT&T, you may not think of us as a “software company.” But maybe you should. Our scientists and engineers at AT&T Bell Labs made significant contributions to software that have changed the world.
WarnerMedia announced plans to launch the WarnerMedia Innovation Lab, a future-forward incubator that will combine emerging technologies with content from across its operating units to create new and innovative consumer experiences and businesses.