As 5G evolves, immersive experiences that blur our physical and digital worlds will come to life. This is all about more deeply connecting people with their passions in ways we couldn’t previously imagine and creating opportunities to transform industries.
We plan to launch a variety of 5G devices and offer a mix of broad 5G coverage and ultra-responsive 5G+ speeds to best serve different applications and customer needs.
5G is already having a significant impact on how businesses work and engage with their customers. The opportunities are endless – whether you’re a mobile consumer, small-and medium-sized business owner or large enterprise.
AT&T 5G connects researchers & patients at Ellison Institute
May 12, 2021
A new private 5G network from AT&T is providing ultra-fast connectivity for patient-centered cancer research, treatment, and wellness education.
New AT&T Office@Hand Wireless enhances business communications
April 6, 2021
Available today, Office@Hand Wireless introduces game-changing tools for businesses to communicate more efficiently.
AT&T and IBM: Helping businesses adapt to new work environments
August 18, 2020
AT&T and IBM will be deploying 5G and edge compute power to accelerate the business world’s digital transformation.
AT&T integrating 5G with Microsoft Cloud to enable next-generation solutions on the edge
November 26, 2019
Microsoft and AT&T are ramping up innovation in the early days of their strategic alliance announced in July.
AT&T begins to roll out 5G for channel programs
November 04, 2019
AT&T is rolling out new products and services within AT&T Partner Solutions to support the growth of 5G, starting with the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G smartphone.
Transforming businesses with 5G and Magic Leap's spatial computing
October 03, 2019
I'm a solid believer that the future will be "Phygital" - where we seamlessly combine the physical and digital worlds.
AT&T and Samsung bring 5G to life for the manufacturing industry
June 21, 2019
It's not just the seasons that are changing today. Today marks the beginning of a new way to think about the future of manufacturing.
We’re already seeing 5G’s impact on the entertainment we consume today, but as it progresses, it can power more immersive, multisensory, digital content like AR/VR that gives you an unrivaled interactive experience.