Guess how many 5G cities we have today?
Today on Up To Speed: Take a look inside Verizon Media on their Sunnyvale campus.
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Verizon reaches 5G cities goal for 2019.
Today, Verizon announced three more 5G Ultra Wideband cities: Hampton Roads, VA; Columbus, OH; and Cleveland. With the most recent additions, we’ve reached our goal of 30 cities (plus one) and 15 NFL Stadiums live on the 5G grid this year.
Fans attending games at the NFL stadium in Cleveland will also be able to access service in part of the lower seating area, making it the 15th NFL stadium with Verizon 5G Ultra Wideband mobility service. Additionally, travelers passing through John Glenn Columbus International Airport will be able to access Verizon 5G Ultra Wideband service in parts of the airport’s main ticketing area. This is the first US airport with live, commercially available 5G Ultra Wideband service.
Yahoo and Verizon Media deliver the future in Sunnyvale.
There’s a lot going on in Sunnyvale, CA, home to Yahoo’s global headquarters and Verizon Media’s West Coast headquarters. Steve took an inside tour of Yahoo and Verizon Media, where their teams are working on delivering the future of content experiences:
- A redesigned Yahoo Mail is bringing users a customized and personalized experience like never before.
- Yahoo Shopping is getting customers closer to the brands they love with interactive content and stories, and they’re letting customers get the best deals possible with price-tracking capabilities and cash-back rewards.
- Yahoo News is working on the future of storytelling with new AR experiences that put the reader inside the story.
- And, Verizon Media has launched their brand, In The Know, focused on livestream media, shoppable content, and sharing videos that are trending around the world.