The AT&T Business Summit is in full swing. We’re joining our customers for conversations about how they can deliver edge-to-edge intelligence across every corner of their business – accelerating innovation, streamlining execution, elevating trust and transforming leadership.
Today, we made even more announcements:
We’re working with Samsung Electronics America, Inc. and Samsung Austin Semiconductor, LLC to create America’s first manufacturing-focused 5G “Innovation Zone” in Austin, Texas.
We’ve created a suite of blockchain solutions designed to work with technology from IBM and Microsoft. Enterprise customers can use these solutions as they automate and digitalize their business processes using blockchain technologies.
We’re teaming with Dedrone, a San Francisco-based drone detection technology on a drone detection solution that helps protect military bases, venues, cities, and businesses, from malicious drones.
We were named a leader in IDC MarketScape on SD-WAN. We’re working to deploy SD-WAN in more than 28,000 locations around the worldmaking us the largest SD-WAN provider globally.
Starting Oct. 1, customers of AT&T Internet for Business can sign up for AT&T Internet Backup for only $10 a month.
Lowe’s uses HydroPoint smart irrigation controllers with AT&T connectivity to help reduce water use for store landscaping.
We’re teaming up with Synchronoss to add a new Energy and Building Management offering to AT&T’s smart cities and professional services portfolio.
The second year of the AT&T Business Summit is well underway, and there’s no question that the companies we work with are doing exciting things. We’re building the future together with our customers.