All the news that’s fit for 5G.

By: Peter Casale

The New York Times picked Verizon 5G Ultra Wideband to deliver the future of news.

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When you combine the best network in America with one of the biggest names in news, the possibilities are endless.

While Verizon is building the most powerful 5G experience for America, The New York Times is developing groundbreaking ways for people to experience the news. The New York Times and Verizon are collaborating on how the Times can deliver more AR and 3D experiences over 5G.

Verizon 5G Ultra Wideband will help The Times deliver HD content in near real time, putting readers right inside the story. Our 5G is also going to change how the news organization gathers information, and shares immersive experiences around the world.

From the New York Times and Corning to Mcity at the University of Michigan, more businesses, places, and institutions are choosing Verizon 5G to help them deliver the future.

Check out this latest ad featuring Verizon Engineer, Abraham Arencibia.

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About the author(s):

Peter Casale is a member of the Verizon Corporate Communications team. He's the resident writer, producer and creative who likes to tell stories — just ask his parents, he's been doing it his whole life. 

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