AT&T wants the next generation of wireless products to better monitor your home or help you drive safely to come from a new innovation center at Georgia Tech.
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Major announcements from Atlanta-based AT&T Mobility over past two years:
Connected Car: General Motors will equip its 2015 model cars with AT&T’s 4G LTE network, per an agreement announced in February.
Digital Life: AT&T launched its suite of applications and services to manage your home’s security system, lights temperature and entertainment systems in April.
The Foundry: AT&T announces it will add a fourth innovation center as part of a partnership with Georgia Tech and Cisco.
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution is committed to showing how technology affects our lives. From the “connected” car and “digital” home to today’s story on cyber security, the AJC is following trends that impact how we live.
The AJC first reported AT&T was eyeing Atlanta for a new high-tech research hub in November. Last week the newspaper reported that the deal had been done and an announcement would be made Tuesday.
The paper then sat down with AT&T Mobility Chief Executive Ralph de la Vega for an interview.