2017 was a tremendous year for innovation and technology advancement on Verizon’s network. We continued leading the industry in reliability, coverage and speed.
Verizon has opened a 5G-enabled Open Innovation lab in New York to work with startups and academics using Verizon’s pre-commercial 5G technology.
The initial testing results of the Top 125 U.S. cities are in and Verizon’s Network is unbeaten in reliability performance 91 percent of the time.
Tillman has agreed to construct these towers to-suit with AT&T and Verizon, which have committed to leasing and co-anchoring the co-located towers.
Verizon and Ericsson reached another milestone that will serve as a stepping stone to 5G technology by completing their first deployment of FDD Massive MIMO.
Verizon, Qualcomm and Novatel Wireless today announced plans to collaborate on 5G New Radio millimeter wave technology development and over-the air field trials.
Residents in parts of Jamaica Plain and Hyde Park are now able to order Verizon Fios Internet, TV and phone services.
Over the last year, our team added or upgraded new technologies to many stadiums and arenas to keep up with fans’ soaring data usage.
Verizon and Ericsson will showcase technology milestones and use cases demonstrating continued industry leadership as LTE evolves, paving the way to 5G.
Roger Entner shares a primer on 3rd party network ratings comparing the strengths and weaknesses of the three key test platforms: drive testing, crowd testing, and surveys.