Verizon opens four 5G Labs, makes 5G call

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Verizon has announced that it will be expanding its 5G Labs to four new locations across the United States, with Los Angeles, Washington DC, Palo Alto, and Waltham to gain facilities that will be focused on developing and testing 5G technologies and use cases.

The labs will launch by the end of 2018, and will be kitted out with live 5G networks to help startups, universities, and tech companies to collaborate with Verizon.

“Our 5G Labs will be where collaboration and innovation happen. We’re opening access to our 5G network, because we believe the next-generation solutions that will ride on it will be the result of collaboration and innovation by an entire ecosystem of developers,” Verizon SVP of Strategy, Innovation,

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