We also have introduced two new services in the past year. AT&T Digital Life, based in Midtown, is our new all-wireless and all-digital home security and automation service. Last year, we launched Aio Wireless, our new no-annual-contract wireless brand in Alpharetta.
Additionally, startups are creating the latest products and gadgets at Atlanta Tech Village and university incubators. Atlanta is headquarters for leading mobile marketers like Delta Air Lines, UPS, Coca-Cola Co. and Home Depot, as well as mobile content providers and distributors including The Weather Channel and CNN.
Moreover, a nucleus of the world’s leading information security companies, like IBM Internet Security Systems and Cybertrust, call Atlanta home. Rounding out our range of technology strengths is the presence of major payment processing companies like First Data, Equifax and Fiserv – all working on mobile solutions.
Through the work of the Metro Atlanta Chamber’s Wireless Mobility Task Force and Steering Committee, business leaders, universities and other stakeholders are focused on making our mobility goal a reality. Partnerships the chamber launched in the last year have helped develop a mobile infrastructure that results in new jobs across our mobile ecosystem.
Atlanta is a city where mobility meets the real world, and where enterprising leaders are at the forefront of mobile advances.
Ralph de la Vega, CEO of AT&T Mobility, co-chairs the Metro Atlanta Chamber’s Mobility Task Force.