Telecom giant AT&T is leading the way in IoT and connected cars; high-latency applications that will be made reality by the lightening-fast speeds that 5G connectivity can offer.
AT&T’s Multi-Access Edge Computing offering ties together cellular network architecture for real-time high-bandwidth, low-latency access to latency-dependent mobile applications. The company is helping businesses harness LTE, and 5G at the network edge.
The carrier said that its 5G network now covers 230 million Americans in 14,000 cities and towns. AT&T 5G+ is now available in parts of 38 cities in the U.S.