Verizon continues technology innovation to prepare for an explosion in data generation from enterprise and consumer 5G applications
Verizon and The New York Times’s Research & Development team worked together to unlock the power of 5G Ultra Wideband and showcased what could be the future of digital journalism.
Verizon fans shared Super Bowl LIV’s biggest moments, consuming a record amount of data on the nation’s most awarded network.
Verizon’s 5G Ultra Wideband network will be accessible around the airports and in parts of Downtown, Miami’s Bayfront Park, and Hard Rock Stadium, the site of Super Bowl LIV.
Advancements in technology, driving innovation, and rapid deployment of network services will change the way we network with each other and the world around us.
Verizon looks back at its predictions for enterprise technology trends in 2019. Did we get it right?
Verizon, Qualcomm and Ericsson Demonstrate Dynamic Spectrum Sharing enabling 5G service to run on multiple spectrum bands
Verizon announced a ‘Co Management’ solution for its SD WAN managed services portfolio, providing uniform, intent-based interfaces across multi-vendor platforms.
Verizon and NEC use existing fiber optic cables to collect information on city traffic patterns, road conditions, road capacity, and vehicle classification information.
Skyward’s drone airspace map provides essential ground intelligence including 3D views of key structures, transmission lines, and more than a million vertical obstacles.