AT&T will explore with Uber how LTE, and eventually 5G connectivity, can enhance next-generation electric vertical take-off and landing vehicles (eVTOLs) and cargo drones.
AT&T Business, Samsung Austin Semiconductor, and Samsung Electronics America are unveiling the first manufacturing-focused 5G Innovation Zone in America, researching applications designed to improve efficiency, safety, security, and operational performance within the manufacturing industry.
Nowhere is 5G’s promise currently more powerful than in enterprise. And that’s because we don’t have to wait for nationwide coverage to see how 5G will forever change the way we do business. We’re already using live 5G millimeter wave to create this future right now at the AT&T Foundry. And once again, our business customers are looking for guidance on how to turn a revolutionary technology into a financial and competitive advantage.
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.
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.
We’re testing how to bring network edge compute (NEC) capabilities into the AT&T 5G network with Microsoft Azure.
5G will ultimately change how you live, work, and play, and will help businesses increase efficiency, empower workers, and drive innovation in ways we can only imagine.
On February 8, 2019, AT&T successfully tested a new software update on our live commercial 5G+ network, which resulted in speeds over 1.5 Gbps.
Our approach to 5G in business isn’t focused on just one solution, but instead brings multiple pillars that reflect our customers’ diversity and needs. We’re building our networks to allow fiber-based connectivity and LTE to work efficiently in parallel with 5G solutions, maximizing the impact of a business’s transformation.
In December of 2018, AT&T became the first and only company in the U.S. to offer a mobile 5G device over a commercial, standards-based mobile 5G network.
In October 2018, we successfully completed the world’s first millimeter wave mobile 5G browsing session with a standards-based device on our mobile 5G network.