AT&T Inc. (NYSE:T) has invested over $350 million in its Indianapolis area wired and wireless networks from 2014 to 2016. These investments improve coverage, speed, reliability and overall performance for businesses and residents. They also enhance critical services that boost public safety as well as first responders. In 2016, the company made over 325 wireless network enhancements in the Indianapolis area. These comprise new cell sites, enhancing network capacity, and new wireless high-speed web connections.
Bill Soards, the President of AT&T Indiana, reported that they are investing to offer faster, more reliable, extremely secure connectivity. They want consumers to have internet access at any time, from nearly any device, and from anywhere. These investments bring Indianapolis region businesses and residents numerous new prospects.
For Indianapolis to continue to develop and serve its people, it’s crucial firms invest through deliberated innovation. By investing in this area, AT&T is turning the dream of making business growth achievable. And the company residents have the required tools to stay entertained and connected. The AT&T LTE system comprises over 400 million residents in North America.
The FirstNet recently selected AT&T to establish a countrywide public safety broadband setup. The network will be committed to America’s police, EMS personnel, firefighters and other preliminary responders when they require it. Should Indiana go for the FirstNet network, they will build upon their planned and current investments with a committed focus on the state’s initial responders.
The firm would anticipate to make a considerable investment to maintain and upgrade Indiana’s FirstNet network in the imminent 25 years, bringing initial responders the value, experience and coverage they expect. For the third subsequent year, FORTUNE magazine listed AT&T as the Most Admired Telecommunications Firm in the world. The company is also at position 37 in the list of the world’s top 50 most admired firms.