Basking Ridge, NJ – Verizon Business will showcase the transformative benefits of its series of business solutions at the 5G Innovation Session on August 24 at the majestic Corinthian Houston. Executives from Verizon, Nokia, Coca-Cola Southwest Beverages and Honeywell will show. Future-looking scenarios that leverage 5G and mobile edge computing power, including real-time container tracking, collaborative robots, video scene analytics for production assembly, real-time human analytics and interactive city views. The program will include dynamic demonstrations by Verizon and Nokia, speaker segments and panel discussions.
It’s one thing to promise Verizon 5G, edge computing, and private networks. Experiencing these capabilities yourself is something else for you, and that’s what we’re offering at the 5G Innovation Session in Houston,” said Massimo Pacelli, senior vice president and chief revenue officer, Verizon Business Global Enterprise and Public Sector. “5G is real, and for businesses — it’s a big deal. It gives.”
The event will be held at the Corentonian Houston, located at 202 Fannin Street in downtown Houston, and will host a number of notable executives, including Soumyanarayan Sampath, CEO of Verizon Business; Jennifer Artley, Senior Vice President, 5G Acceleration, Verizon Business; Danny Johnson, Director of Product Marketing, Verizon Business; David Hickey, Vice President West Business Markets, Verizon Business; David De Lancelotti, Vice President of Global Sales, Nokia North America; Jason Elliott, Head of Portfolio and Partnership Marketing at Nokia; Simon Parkinson, Chief Information Officer, Coca-Cola Southwest Beverages; and Troy Chapman, Global Chief Commercial Officer and Vice President, Smart Energy, Honeywell
“Using Nokia’s proprietary 5G wireless connectivity solutions with MX Industrial Edge capabilities, resource-intensive industries can transform operations. You can unlock Industry 4.0 use cases including predictive maintenance, digital twins and autonomous robots to increase productivity, efficiency and safety in the most intuitive ways.
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Verizon’s commitment to Houston.
The Lone Star State has seen unprecedented population growth in the past two years, including an influx of more than 200,000 Verizon wireless customers. Verizon recently allocated an additional $97.9 million in local capital expenditures to meet growing needs in Texas. In Houston alone, that additional investment will add new macro cell sites, small cell sites and cellular repeaters to add coverage and capacity to the network to handle data from urbanization and suburban growth and roll out 5G across the city. and in metropolitan areas.
Additionally, Verizon Innovative Learning, the company’s award-winning education initiative dedicated to addressing barriers to digital inclusion for more than a decade, is investing in local education. More than 50% of eligible middle schools in Houston are receiving Verizon technology, innovative curriculum and tools for free. Through Verizon Innovative Learning, local students participate in a free enrichment program on the campuses of both Texas Southern University and Houston Community College.
These efforts are part of Citizen Verizon, the company’s responsible business plan for economic, environmental and social growth; It is supported by using leading edge technology to create social impact and create lasting change. By 2021, Verizon has committed more than $20,000,000 (estimated market value) to programs in Houston.
Supporting first responders serving Texas
In the year By 2021, the Verizon Frontline Crisis Response Team has deployed 40 times to support public safety agencies in Texas. More than 700 Verizon Frontline devices and solutions, from mobile hotspots, routers, smart devices and drones, to dozens of deployable satellite solutions, such as Satellite Picocells on Trailers (SPOTs), are deployed to support Texas first responders.
In the year In a particularly challenging year in 2021, Verizon’s Frontline Crisis Response Team supported Texas public safety agencies in responding to wildfires, tornadoes, oil spills and many other emergencies.
This support continued in 2022, as the Verizon Frontline Crisis Response Team participated in nearly 20 public safety operations and training events with Texas public safety agencies. This ongoing support is provided at no cost to local agencies and demonstrates Verizon Frontline’s commitment to investment and innovation in partnership with public safety and government.
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Sessions about 5G innovation
The first 5G innovation session was held in Atlanta in July. Upcoming episodes will take place in Boston (September 28), Los Angeles (October 19), New York (November 9) and Phoenix (December 7). Upcoming events will cover a variety of topics including the managed space, fixed wireless access, private 5G and mobile edge computing.