With Verizon FiOS, customers can enjoy picture-perfect TV, unsurpassed Internet speeds and crystal clear calls. But our all-fiber network technology is much more than that.
Verizon's fiber network was designed to evolve with our customers' bandwidth needs. We're using our technology to help people get more out of life today while providing for the services they'll need tomorrow.
The average home today has seven connected devices, such as computers, high-definition TVs, game players and DVRs, and that number is increasing. Our FiOS network is able to handle bandwidth-intensive applications such as 3D video, high-capacity telework, smart-energy management, security monitors and in-home healthcare that will continue to accelerate the broadband needs of the digital household.
A QUANTUM LEAP
Connecting all these devices will require even faster speeds and higher bandwidth, so last year we launched FiOS Quantum, offering the nation's fastest download speeds at up to 300 Mbps. As our customers demand even more innovative, high-bandwidth applications that challenge today's top speeds, our network will be ready. We're testing connection speeds of up to 1 gigabit per second (Gbps) so that we can upgrade our services to meet our customers' evolving needs.
Customers are no longer content with watching video only on a TV, so we're bringing the same superior HD quality, entertainment content, speed and reliability to our customers on-the-go using Verizon cloud computing technology. Verizon is collaborating with Redbox to provide an innovative service called “Redbox Instant by Verizon” that combines our cloud-based video streaming capabilities with Redbox's national DVD kiosks.
Verizon's innovative technology helps customers make the most out of their connected lives, whether it's sending large files from their home office, streaming a 3-D movie into their living room or enjoying video chats with loved ones halfway around the world.