The AT&T Foundry™ innovation centers are fast-paced and collaborative environments. AT&T and technology providers work in the AT&T Foundry™ to deliver applications and services to customers more quickly than ever before.
The AT&T Foundry™ works in projects combining business, design and technical resources. Since its launch in 2011, the AT&T Foundry™ has started more than 200 projects and deployed dozens of new products and services. Projects focus on areas of significant business or technology interest and typically involve external startups, innovators, entrepreneurs, academics, and inventors. Projects are organized in short ‘sprints’ designed to determine success or failure quickly.
The AT&T Foundry™ innovation centers represent a $100 million investment from AT&T and sponsors Ericsson, Alcatel-Lucent, Amdocs, Cisco, Intel, and Microsoft.
The AT&T Foundry™ – along with AT&T Foundry sponsor Ericsson and Andrew Keen, author of Cult of the Amateur and Digital Vertigo – is hosting a series of salon-style discussions called FutureCasts. We’re bringing the brightest minds together to tackle the future of a wide array of technologies.
AT&T FoundryTM wants to connect with cutting-edge innovators and technologies that will deliver new valuable products and services to our customers. We are looking for technologies that enhance or refine an existing AT&T product or customer experience.