Verizon WirelessUPDATE COMPANY INFO
Verizon Communications Inc. (NYSE, Nasdaq: VZ) employs a diverse workforce of 177,700 and generated nearly $132 billion in 2015 revenues.
Only Verizon offers mobility, cloud, M2M, security and America’s 4G LTE network to help connect all parts of a growing business. While IoT, or the Internet of Things, is widely hailed as the next big thing for organizations small to large, the key ingredient starts with network connectivity. Verizon’s network is rated one of the best and most reliable by independent tests.
In the most recent report, the J.D. Power 2016 Wireless Network Quality Performance Study ranked Verizon the highest among all carriers. This year also marks the fourth consecutive time that Verizon’s wireless network has been acknowledged as the leader in overall performance by RootMetrics in a national report.
Today, Verizon manages more than 15 million IoT-enabled connections for a wide range of industries. Verizon’s “State of the Market: Internet of Things 2016” is a benchmark report for IoT innovation.
Verizon’s ongoing network investment, which includes some of the nation’s top-visited venues such as the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, Lucas Oil Stadium and downtown Indiana Convention Center, totals more than $100 billion nationally since it was formed. Verizon can help a company scale fast and become one of the best-in-class organizations that extensively use IoT technologies in their products and operations to become more profitable.
Verizon Wireless NewsUPDATE
Verizon says it has installed the same technology it used to increase wireless capacity at this year’s presidential inauguration and Super Bowl at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. The company has installed five matsing balls, each with 36-60 antennas, throughout the track ahead of the 101st Running of the Indianapolis 500. Steve Van Dinter with Verizon says data
When students are inspired, they can collaborate, project manage and potentially make the world a better place, especially when it comes to the world of apps. Verizon’s Innovative Learning app challenge, now in its fifth year, has produced a multitude of real-world apps from the ranks of middle schools to high schools. This years’s competition
During Fast Friday at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, TechPoint brought together a mix of previous and current Mira Awards winners and select scale-up companies participating in TechPoint’s Tailwind program. Top executives from 28 of Indiana’s most successful and promising companies, met with representatives from 19 venture capital firms, angel investors, and investment banks to seek