With a significant presence in New Jersey, AT&T Labs’ Advanced Technologies strive to look past today’s current solutions to devise new technologies that drive future innovations through research focusing on advancing the capabilities in big data, cloud services, intelligent services and networking and service quality management. From the company “suggestion box” called TIP (The Innovation Pipeline), among the largest corporate crowd-sourcing programs in the world, to its “fast pitch” outreach program that connects the company to the latest in worldwide technological developments via relationships with the venture capital community, AT&T knows the value of innovation. Its AT&T Foundry centers collaborate with developers, startups and other companies to move ideas to the marketplace up to three times faster than ever before. “Through our innovation programs, we’re coming up with new ideas, solving complex issues, speeding up the development process, putting innovative products and services into the market, and developing the network and customer experience of the future,” Schweder says.
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