5G and the new industrial revolution

5G will shift paradigms for industries and accelerate consumer experiences into a future that today seems line science-fiction. To thrive in this new world, businesses must prepare to alter their very DNA. The first step is to understand the capabilities that 5G has the power to unleash. You've come to the right place.

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How 5G will affect specific industries

5G Devices


Access to the AT&T 5G1 network.

Your need for speed, delivered. Gain access to the 
AT&T 5G network, where available, with a 5G capable device.

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The power of productivity.
The power of defense grade security.
The power of performance and speed.

Samsung Galaxy Note10+ 5G features the next-generation
S Pen®, intelligent battery, huge display, and access to the AT&T 5G1 network.

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Your key to 5G

Introducing Samsung Galaxy S10 5G. Connect, communicate, compute and control – all from one device at 5G speeds.*

  • • Ultrasonic Fingerprint ID helps to protect and unlock with the first touch.
  • • Samsung Knox solutions provide defense-grade security for your device and data.
  • • 6.7” Infinity display – Samsung’s largest mobile device screen yet.
  • • Share your power with Wireless PowerShare.**

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The world’s first mobile 5G device

The NETGEAR Nighthawk® 5G Mobile Hotspot is the first commercial device to support 5G+ service using the millimeter wave spectrum in our 5G+ coverage areas.* When used in these locations, the Nighthawk will give you a taste of the 5G future to come.

  • • Connect up to 20 Wi-Fi devices.
  • • Control with simple LCD touchscreen.
  • • Connects to current LTE network and 5G Evolution when outside 5G+ coverage area.

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See 5G in action

Join us as we showcase the capabilities of 5G in enhancing consumer experiences.

We can only imagine some of the ways that 5G might transform entire industries.
Fox Sports and AT&T Business work to collaborate with 5G technology at the U.S. Open

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