Verizon released its “Community Support Report” at a holiday gathering with community partners, nonprofits and state and local government officials on Dec. 18 to highlight the company’s impact in Maryland this year.
A Verizon Patent Award winner, Patricia describes her current role at Verizon as “her dream job”. She attributes that distinction to the company’s energetic environment where she learns new things every day.
For its commitment to the international nonprofit and its service within Newark and Essex County, Verizon recently received the first-ever “Corporate Citizen of the Year” award from Habitat for Humanity Newark.
Building on its technology leadership, Verizon has completed a first office application of 200G technology by successfully deploying Ciena’s WaveLogic coherent optical processors, the latest in optical transceiver technology.
When you start to look at the world in a different light, it is amazing how much opportunity you can find for positive changes. Verizon’s James Gowen has been helping teach this lesson to our employees, suppliers and communities we serve.
After being diagnosed with multiple sclerosis, Doug Smith -- an Air Force veteran -- set his career path in a different direction. Smith left his hands-on fieldwork behind, but took advantage of his technical know-how by becoming a tech expert at Verizon’s call center.
Verizon Enterprise Solutions announced that Marriott International Inc. has signed an agreement to deploy Verizon Hospitality Communications Express, which will help the hospitality brand fulfill its mission to provide a convenient and state-of-the-art experience to its hotel guests and employees.