Verizon keynote showcases 5G, MEC and robotics at Mobile World Congress

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On Monday, June 28th, Rima Qureshi, Verizon’s Chief Strategy Officer, took the stage with a virtual appearance from Hans Vestberg, Chairman and CEO of Verizon, at Mobile World Congress Barcelona, for a keynote demonstrating the transformational impact of Verizon’s 5G network technology.

Mr. Vestberg’s opening remarks emphasized the essential role that broadband, mobility, and cloud played in keeping our society connected over the past year and a half, and detailed Verizon’s growth strategy: a “multi-dimensional, multi-use network at scale” that combines the mobility of 5G with the immense storage capacity and computing power of the cloud.

Ms. Qureshi previewed new use cases that move Verizon technology beyond concept and connectivity and into innovative products and solutions above the network. Rima showcased how aerial and terrestrial robots can use the power of the network to work together to have a positive impact on businesses and society at large.

To see these demos firsthand and learn more about how 5G and MEC are essential to a connected economy, catch the full replay above.

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