Verizon Smart Communities executive, Lani Ingram, discusses public-private partnership with Sacramento Mayor Steinberg at the US Conference of Mayors.
It can take six months to a year – and piles of paperwork – to put new broadband equipment on a utility pole.
This week, Washington caught a glimpse of what’s possible with 5G wireless as Verizon’s 5G Experience Bus made a stop in the nation’s capital.
With falling prices, exploding demand, significant investment, boundless consumer choice and innovation, all signs point to a competitive market.
Is the FCC going to kill Net Neutrality? What is Title II? Why is this topic generating so much Internet controversy?
If SXSW 2017 was any indication, the world is ready to usher in the era of smart communities and the safer, more inclusive, and more connected society they will bring.