The innovation center for connected car/Digital Life in Atlanta, and the Machine-to-Machine (M2M) innovation center in Plano, TX both turned one year old.

The Machine-to-Machine (M2M)/connected devices team at the AT&T Foundry in Plano, TX, has pushed the boundaries of “The Art of the Possible” in enabling the Internet of Things since opening a year ago.

The AT&T Foundry in Atlanta is a fast-paced environment that builds prototypes and proof of concepts related to the connected car and AT&T’s connected home initiative, Digital Life.

The AT&T Foundry innovation centers  are spaces where we collaborate with developers, startups, and other companies to quickly take ideas to reality. The AT&T Foundry teams have continued to enhance customer’s lives with technology – by giving them the ability to do what they want, when they want it. For instance, over the past year, The AT&T Foundry innovation centers in Atlanta and Plano welcomed more than 1,000 visitors each. Atlanta Foundry’s investment has also exceeded the 1 million dollar mark.

The AT&T Foundries in Plano for Machine-to-Machine & connected devices, and in Atlanta both continued to push the boundaries on innovation for our customers in the past year, and are looking forward to many more.


AT&T Foundry in Atlanta in 365 days:

  • Over one million dollars worth of investment
  • Hosted over 1000 visitors (companies, students, small businesses) for tours, events, and collaboration sessions
  • Coached/Mentored 419 students/entrepreneurs through hackathons, fast pitches and workshops


AT&T Foundry for Machine-to-Machine Innovation (M2M) in Plano, TX in 365 days:

  • Over 1,000 visitors through our doors
  • More than 50 ecosystem tours – resulting in multiple customer collaboration sessions

 Check out the AT&T Foundry website for continued updates on all five AT&T Foundry locations –in Atlanta, Plano, Palo Alto, and Israel – and what we’ll be working on in years to come.