Internet of Things & M2M

Engineers from Verizon and Ericsson

Verizon and Ericsson collaborated to complete a successful Narrowband IoT Guard band data session in the United States.

Barnegat Oyster bag

Internet of Things technology is helping a small producer go nationwide — one intelligently tracked shipment at a time.

Man in warehouse pushing boxes

In this Q&A, Jennifer Gibbings discusses how the Internet of Things and sensor technology impact food safety.

Fisherman on boat

Learn about the technology that helps food businesses keep an eye on quality even when their products are out of sight.

Reduce Co2

Verizon has introduced a campaign called Humanability that illustrates the company’s strategic approach of partnering with visionaries to turn innovative ideas into realities

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Verizon gives its view on enterprise technology trends most likely to impact global business and Government customers in 2018.

Man in front of computer screens

Verizon assesses its 2017 enterprise technology trend predictions – did we get it right?

Long beach, California

Building ‘smart cities’ can give local businesses and entrepreneurs a competitive advantage and attract new sectors and industries.

Photo of Nikki Palmer at Mobile World Congress

Verizon was there in full force, with our leaders and executives participating in discussions, fireside chats and keynote speeches throughout the week.

Photo of Smart Cars

Verizon Telematics Vice President Kelly Frey discusses the future of autonomous vehicles.