Small cells can enhance AT&T’s network and help provide the best possible experience for our customers.
AT&T has demonstrated the scope and reach of Internet of Things (IoT) technology in connected health devices that can lead to quicker diagnoses and better management of medications.
AT&T has been improving the way people communicate for more than 141 years. This last quarter, we had 15.7 million internet connections in service, 1,142,562 route miles of fiber, and 254,000 employees around the world.
We also understand the importance of giving back to the communities in which we live and work. Since 2013, AT&T has hired 14,000 veterans. And since 2008, AT&T has committed $400 million through AT&T Aspire to promote student success in school and beyond.
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With data usage on the rise, AT&T is thinking of innovative ways to enhance our network and provide the best possible experience for our customers. Small cells help bring customers faster download speeds, improved call quality and a better overall wireless experience.
AT&T continues developing and delivering Internet of Things (IoT) solutions to help make our cities and communities smarter, safer, and more efficient.
AT&T recently trialed a 10 Gbps XGS-PON virtualized network using Open Source Access Manager Hardware Abstraction (OSAM-HA) software in Atlanta and Dallas. This is another way we can provide lightning-fast internet speeds for homes and businesses.
Local officials and leaders can facilitate the deployment of small cells to bring their citizens enhanced coverage and capacity, while helping prepare our network to accommodate future technologies in their cities.
AT&T leads the way in working to serve people with disabilities.
AT&T will continue deploying Fixed Wireless Internet to mostly rural locations as part of our FCC Connect America Fund commitment to offer service to over 1.1 million locations by 2020.
AT&T helps protect data from end to end, at rest and in motion, across each layer that comprises a network connection. Our AT&T Threat Intellect suite of security services provides unparallelled visibility into data patterns and threat activity across our network. And, our move to a software-defined network (SDN) also allows us to help maximize responsiveness, efficiency, and provide additional layers of security.
AT&T provides broadband service and operates our network in an open and transparent way, and we will always do so.
Public safety officials already use Wireless Emergency Alerts (WEAs) to help warn residents of approaching danger and to alert the public to missing children. And now with advances in wireless technology, the existing WEA system can also be used to share life-saving information before, during, and after a crisis.