AT&T’s IoT Foundry, located in Plano, Texas, was established as a collaborative workspace and incubation facility to help companies innovate with connected IoT solutions. Now, as part of this, Arrow says it will leverage its full suite of “sensor-to-sunset” technology solutions – including on-site engineering and production resources – to help customers get their products to market quickly.

“The AT&T IoT Foundry is a world-class facility designed to help companies bridge the technology gap and simplify the process of bringing connected products to market,” says Aiden Mitchell, vice president of IoT global solutions at Arrow. “Arrow’s capabilities, ranging from engineering to manufacturing and product deployment, are an ideal complement to AT&T’s work at the IoT Foundry.”

Igal Elbaz, senior vice president of Wireless Network Architecture and Design at AT&T says that the AT&T IoT Foundry will help refine companies’ concepts for connected solutions, and then – through rapid prototyping – convert them into tangible products and services.

“Working with Arrow will enable us to bring together some of the best people in the industry to innovate quickly and turn these ideas into economical, market-ready solutions,” says Elbaz. “We welcome Arrow to the Foundry and are excited to create new products with our mutual customers.”

AT&T’s IoT foundry in Plano is one of four foundry innovation centers located globally

AT&T IoT Foundry
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