AT&T opens global innovation centre in Israel

Thursday 16 June 2011 | 09:33 CET | News
AT&T has opened its latest AT&T Foundry innovation centre in Ra'anana, Israel, together with Amdocs. The facility is a collaborative environment where AT&T and technology providers work with start-ups and developers to get the latest innovations and services into the hands of AT&T customers. The Ra'anana centre is the second permanent AT&T Foundry facility to open worldwide. It replaces a temporary facility where dozens of collaborative projects have been underway since AT&T and Amdocs announced plans to collaborate last July. A permanent center hosted by Alcatel-Lucent opened in Plano,

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Categories: General
Companies: Alcatel-Lucent USA/FR / Amdocs
Countries: Israel / United States
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