At the AT&T Foundry in Palo Alto, California experts evaluate new technologies for AT&T and analyze their applicability within AT&T, which includes developing use cases and business models from the automotive industry. The Foundry’s leading-edge work will help the outstanding mobile network of AT&T stay ahead of the game for customers and vehicles when it comes to connectivity requirements.
AT&T is determined to help rebuild hurricane-damaged communities by sending emergency response teams to help rebuild communities and provide support.
AT&T’s goal is to support the merging of all services on a single network, including 5G wireless infrastructure. AT&T’s vision is to put XGS-PON in the cloud using software. Open hardware and software designs speed innovation. This innovative application can save time needed to manage, deliver, monitor, troubleshoot, and provide care services to customers
AT&T and the Walt Disney World Resort© had an idea to develop and collaborate on a solution to enhance the Cast’s ability to approach workflow processes behind the scenes in a whole new way through technical innovation. Together, the two companies developed an intuitive and interactive mobile application that enhances overall worker capacity and work satisfaction.
AT&T is the first telecom company to open a research and innovation center dedicated to the connected car called the AT&T Drive Studio. Through added connectivity, we’re making cars safer, more efficient, and more reliable through IoT technologies.
In the future, AI will let you communicate with all kinds of devices including cars, homes, and medical devices. AI will also help network providers like AT&T make sure the network is safe, secure, and gives customers and businesses the service they want at the right time, while improving traffic flows.
The AT&T Foundry innovation center in Palo Alto, California is joining the California Institute of Technology to form the Alliance for Quantum Technologies (AQT). The Alliance aims to bring industry, government, and academia together to speed quantum technology development and emerging practical applications.
AT&T now has a new tablet called AT&T Primetime available to both business and consumer customers. With its high-quality HD video, incredible Dolby audio sound, and long-lasting battery, the 10-inch AT&T Primetime tablet is another way AT&T is bringing you an outstanding entertainment experience.
In the last few years technology convergence has drastically changed how we consume entertainment. Within technology convergence is digital convergence, advancing technology to enable consumers to find and consume content virtually anywhere, everywhere, and anytime.
Focused on digital health innovations, the AT&T Foundry for Connected Health is a space where AT&T collaborates with hospitals, caregivers, administrators, and startups to address real-world clinical problems. The Foundry also marks a unique collaboration with the Texas Medical Center (TMC), the largest medical center in the world and a premier center for healthcare innovation.
AT&T is leading the way in the telecommunications industry in the commercial use of drones. We’ve spent over two years exploring ways drones can increase AT&T technician safety and assist AT&T technicians with more efficient network updates and repairs.
The first product to come out of the AT&T Foundry for Connected Health was Aira. The product uses wearable glasses with a connected video camera and remote human agents to help blind and visually impaired customers complete everyday tasks. The AT&T Foundry brings ideas like Aira from concept to commercialization faster than previously possible through a unique culture of innovation.