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AT&T changing its stripes

Telecom provider opens up an innovation and collaboration facility to speed new IT solutions to market

The AT&T Foundry in Palo Alto joins two others (Plano, Tex. & Ra’anana, Israel) and will provide solution providers with new tools and services along with a collaborative infrastructure, dedicated project teams, and access to AT&T decision markers and 1,200 researchers.

The AT&T Foundry centres represent an $80 million investment from AT&T.

The goal of this Foundry, according to its chief technology officer John Donovan, is speed to market. The two other Foundry facilities have been able to turn an idea into a proof-of-concept in a matter of 12 weeks, said Mark Nagel, AT&T’s executive director of marketing in this exclusive video feature from CDN.