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There’s never been a better time to take full advantage of 5G and the network edge.
Visit the AWS console or download the AWS Wavelength Developer Guide for instructions to help you get your mobile edge computing applications (MEC) up and running today.Visit AWS Wavelength Go to Developer Guide
Learn how you can leverage Redis Enterprise on Verizon 5G Edge to enable a low latency caching solution as part of your mobile edge computing architecture.Watch the video
Learn how to use Verizon 5G Edge, available in many cities today, to deploy applications to the edge of 5G mobile networks.Watch the video
5G Edge Foundations Workshop
Our team of experts will walk you through the steps of deploying an application to the AWS Wavelength Zones on Verizon's 5G network.Watch the video
Introduction to AWS Wavelength course
This course will teach you how to leverage AWS Wavelength for your 5G projects.Complete the course
Where is AWS Wavelength available today and which services are supported?
5G Edge and AWS Wavelength are available in a growing number of cities across the country. You can now build applications at the network edge across nineteen Wavelength Zones in:
- Atlanta (us-east-1-wl1-atl-wlz-1)
- Boston (us-east-1-wl1-bos-wlz-1)
- Charlotte (us-east-1-wl1-clt-wlz-1)
- Chicago (us-east-1-wl1-chi-wlz-1)
- Dallas (us-east-1-wl1-dfw-wlz-1)
- Denver (us-west-2-wl1-den-wlz-1)
- Detroit (us-east-1-wl1-dtw-wlz-1)
- Houston (us-east-1-wl1-iah-wlz-1)
- Las Vegas (us-west-2-wl1-las-wlz-1)
- Los Angeles (us-west-2-wl1-lax-wlz-1)
- Miami (us-east-1-wl1-mia-wlz-1)
- Minneapolis (us-east-1-wl1-msp-wlz-1)
- Nashville (us-east-1-wl1-bna-wlz-1)
- New York City (us-east-1-wl1-nyc-wlz-1)
- Phoenix (us-west-2-wl1-phx-wlz-1)
- San Francisco Bay Area (us-west-2-wl1-sfo-wlz-1)
- Seattle (us-west-2-wl1-sea-wlz-1)
- Tampa (us-east-1-wl1-tpa-wlz-1)
- Washington, DC (us-east-1-wl1-was-wlz-1)
Visit the latest Wavelength FAQs for more information.
Is there a coverage map for which 5G Edge cities are live?
Yes! Check out our 5G Nationwide and, 5G Ultra Wideband connectivity as well as our 5G Edge cities on a single pane-of-glass. Visit our Coverage Map and select 5G Edge cities for business in the bottom-left corner to learn more.
Does 5G Edge support 5G and 4G connections? What about 5G Nationwide?
AWS Wavelength Zones support 4G, 5G, and CAT-M IoT connections from VZ clients.
Can internet traffic reach my Wavelength Zone?
No; Application (HTTP/HTTPS) traffic originating from the internet will be blocked with exception to ICMP traffic. However, TCP traffic originating from the Wavelength Zone can reach both the carrier network and the internet. A TCP/UDP request from WL to the RAN is not allowed. It must be initiated by a mobile phone.
How do I ssh into my WL instance if traffic from internet to WL zone is blocked?
In a terminal window, you can use the ssh (Secure Shell) command from a laptop tethered to a mobile device or a) use a bastion host in the parent region or b) attach an IAM role to your instance to use Session Manager as part of AWS Systems Manager. To learn more, check out the Systems Manager documentation.
Is IPv6 supported in Wavelength Zones today?
IPv6 is not supported in Wavelength Zones today.
What can I use in place of AWS Elastic Load Balancing to automatically distribute incoming application traffic across multiple targets, such as Amazon EC2 instances?
Consider using Amazon EC2 as a proxy server and configuring HAProxy, a free, open source software implementation of a high availability load balancer. To learn more about HAProxy, visit the HAProxy configuration manual here