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October 12, 2010

AT&T Acknowledges Enterprise Mobility's Power to Transform the Way of Doing Business

By Nathesh, TMCnet Contributor

At the CTIA Enterprise and Applications conference in San Francisco, John Stankey, AT&T Business Solutions (ABS (News - Alert)) President and CEO has commented that Mobility is going to transform the way companies do business in ways users have only begun to imagine. The transformative power of enterprise mobility will only help businesses reap dramatic returns on their network and IT investments.

Enterprises are more mobile than ever traveling to clients, working from remote locations, using mobile devices to communicate while on the move or being connected to corporate resources from global locations. Mobility is now a fundamental requirement for streamlining business operations, boosting worker productivity and enabling real-time responsiveness. And AT&T (News - Alert) is guiding businesses to think outside of the office, stay connected while in the field and work closer to the customer.

AT&T has an extensive integrated enterprise mobility portfolio of both wireless and wireline connectivity options, including wireless devices, mobile business applications and service plans that simply, effectively and seamlessly integrate with existing business information systems.

John Stankey has said that AT&T has got the adequate wireless network facilities in meeting the latest business transformations. AT&T has continued to drive investment and innovation to deliver the nation’s best mobile broadband experience for customers. With the nation's fastest mobile broadband network, the largest Wi-Fi network, the ability to talk and surf the Internet at the same time, and the most popular smartphones, AT&T is the best choice for wireless voice and data services in the country.

The company delivers 3G mobile to nearly 80 percent of the U.S. population. In 2009, it has deployed high-quality 850 MHz spectrum in hundreds of markets to support 3G services. This additional spectrum expands overall network capacity and improves in-building reception. The company is also deploying the next generation of 3G technology HSPA 7.2 as well as thousands of new backhaul connections, which combined will deliver a considerable boost in 3G speeds.

John Stankey has also mentioned that AT&T has announced new services, devices and applications such as The Motorola (News - Alert) ES400, The Motorola Bravo, The Pantech Laser, the thinnest, full sliding keyboard device and more.

Nathesh is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of Nathesh's articles, please visit his columnist page.

Edited by Erin Monda

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