2016 – Meet Project AirGig from AT&T December 26

 

2016 – Meet Project AirGig from AT&T December 26

2016 – Meet Project AirGig from AT&T – December 26

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Project AirGig, developed by AT&T Labs, is a transformative technology that could one day deliver low-cost, multi-gigabit wireless internet speeds using power lines. Learn more as initial field tests for Project AirGig get underway.
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AT&T
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

AT&T Inc. is an American multinational telecommunications conglomerate, headquartered at Whitacre Tower in downtown Dallas, Texas. AT&T is the second largest provider of mobile telephone services and the largest provider of fixed telephone services in the United States, and also provides broadband subscription television services through DirecTV. AT&T is the third-largest company in Texas (the largest non-oil company, behind only ExxonMobil and ConocoPhillips, and also the largest Dallas company). As of May 2014, AT&T is the 23rd-largest company in the world as measured by a composite of revenues, profits, assets and market value,and the 16th-largest non-oil company. AT&T is the largest telecommunications company in the world by revenue. As of 2016, it is also the 17th-largest mobile telecom operator in the world, with 130.4 million mobile customers. AT&T was ranked at #6 on the 2015 rankings of the world’s most valuable brands published by Millward Brown Optimor.

AT&T Inc. began its existence as Southwestern Bell Corporation, one of seven Regional Bell Operating Companies (RBOCs) created in 1983 in the divestiture of the American Telephone and Telegraph Company (founded 1885, later AT&T Corp.) following the 1982 United States v. AT&T antitrust lawsuit. Southwestern Bell changed its name to SBC Communications Inc. in 1995. In 2005, SBC purchased former parent AT&T Corp. and took on its branding, with the merged entity naming itself AT&T Inc. and using the iconic AT&T Corp. logo and stock-trading symbol.

The current AT&T reconstitutes much of the former Bell System and includes ten of the original 22 Bell Operating Companies, along with the original long distance division.
Origin and growth (1885–1981)
See also: History of AT&T § Origins, and History of AT&T § Monopoly
AT&T can trace its origin back to the original Bell Telephone Company founded by Alexander Graham Bell after his invention of the telephone. One of that company’s subsidiaries was American Telephone and Telegraph Company (AT&T), established in 1885, which acquired the Bell Company on December 31, 1899 for legal reasons, leaving AT&T as the main company. AT&T established a network of subsidiaries in the United States and Canada that held a government-authorized phone service monopoly, formalized with the Kingsbury Commitment, throughout most of the twentieth century. This monopoly was known as the Bell System, and during this period, AT&T was also known by the nickname Ma Bell. For periods of time, the former AT&T was the world’s largest phone company.

Breakup and reformation (1982-2004)
See also: Breakup of AT&T and History of AT&T § Post break-up restructuring
In 1982, U.S. regulators broke up the AT&T monopoly, requiring AT&T to divest its regional subsidiaries and turning them each into individual companies. These new companies were known as Regional Bell Operating Companies, or more informally, Baby Bells. AT&T continued to operate long distance services, but as a result of this breakup, faced competition from new competitors such as MCI and Sprint.

Southwestern Bell was one of the companies created by the breakup of AT&T. The architect of divestiture for Southwestern Bell was Robert G. Pope. The company soon started a series of acquisitions. This includes the 1987 acquisition of Metromedia mobile business, and the acquisition of several cable companies in the early 1990s. In the later half of the 1990s, the company acquired several other telecommunications companies, including some Baby Bells, while selling its cable business. During this time, the company changed its name to SBC Communications. By 1998, the company was in the top 15 of the Fortune 500, and by 1999 the company was part of the Dow Jones Industrial Average (lasting through 2015).

SBC purchase and acquisitions (2005–2014)[edit]
See also: History of AT&T § Rise of SBC, and History of AT&T § Post-consolidation wireless acquisitions
In 2005, SBC purchased AT&T for $16 billion. After this purchase, SBC adopted the better-known AT&T name and brand, with the original AT&T still existing as the long-distance landline subsidiary of the merged company. The current AT&T claims the original AT&T’s history (dating to 1885) as its own, though its corporate structure only dates from 1983. It also retains SBC’s pre-2005 stock price history.

In September 2013, AT&T announced it would expand into Latin America through a collaboration with Carlos Slim’s América Móvil. In December 2013, AT&T announced plans to sell its Connecticut wireline operations to Stamford-based Frontier Communications.

Recent developments (2014–2016)
See also: History of AT&T § Recent developments
In July 2015, AT&T purchased DirecTV for $48.5 billion, or $67.1 billion including assumed debt. subject to certain conditions. AT&T subsequently announced plans to converge its existing U-verse home internet and IPTV brands with DirecTV, to create AT&T Entertainment.

AT&T purchased the Mexican carrier Iusacell in late 2014, and two months later purchased the Mexican wireless business of NII Holdings, merging the two companies to create AT&T Mexico.[citation needed]

In an effort to increase its media holdings, on October 22, 2016, AT&T announced a deal to buy Time Warner for $85 billion.

Landline operating companies
Of the twenty-four companies that were part of the Bell System, ten are a part of the current AT&T:

BellSouth Telecommunications (formerly known as Southern Bell; includes former South Central Bell)
Illinois Bell
Indiana Bell
Michigan Bell
Ohio Bell
Pacific Bell (formerly Pacific Telephone & Telegraph)
Nevada Bell (formerly known as Bell Telephone Company of Nevada)
Southwestern Bell
Wisconsin Bell (formerly Wisconsin Telephone)
Former operating companies[edit]

The following companies have become defunct or were sold under SBC/AT&T ownership:

Southwestern Bell Texas: a separate operating company created by SBC, absorbed operations of original SWBT on December 30, 2001 and became Southwestern Bell Telephone, L.P.; merged into SWBT Inc. in 2007 which became the current Southwestern Bell
Southern New England Telephone: sold to Frontier Communications in 2014
Woodbury Telephone: merged into Southern New England Telephone on June 1, 2007.
Future of rural landlines
AT&T stated that it would declare the intentions for its rural landlines on November 7, 2012. AT&T had previously announced that it was considering a sale of its rural landlines, which are not wired for AT&T’s U-verse service; however, it has also stated that it may keep the business after all.

AT&T was not the first Baby Bell to sell off rural landlines. Ameritech sold some of its Wisconsin lines to CenturyTel in 1998; BellSouth sold some of its lines to MebTel in the 2000s; U S WEST sold many historically Bell landlines to Lynch Communications and Pacific Telecom in the 1990s; Verizon sold many of its New England lines to FairPoint in 2008 and its West Virginia operations to Frontier Communications in 2010.

On October 25, 2014, Frontier Communications took over control of the AT&T landline network in Connecticut after being approved by state utility regulators. The deal worth about $2 billion included Frontier inheriting about 2,500 of AT&T’s employees and many of AT&T’s buildings.

Corporate structure
Holding companies and divisions

AT&T office in San Antonio, Texas with new logo and orange highlight from the former Cingular
AT&T Inc. has retained the holding companies it has acquired over the years resulting in the following corporate structure:

AT&T Inc., publicly traded holding company
Southwestern Bell Telephone Company d/b/a AT&T Arkansas, AT&T Kansas, AT&T Missouri, AT&T Oklahoma, AT&T Southwest, AT&T Texas
AT&T Teleholdings, Inc. d/b/a AT&T East, AT&T Midwest, AT&T West; formerly Ameritech, acquired in 1999:
Illinois Bell Telephone Company d/b/a AT&T Illinois
Indiana Bell Telephone Company d/b/a AT&T Indiana
Michigan Bell Telephone Company d/b/a AT&T Michigan
The Ohio Bell Telephone Company d/b/a AT&T Ohio
Wisconsin Bell, Inc. d/b/a AT&T Wisconsin
Pacific Bell Telephone Company d/b/a AT&T California
Nevada Bell Telephone Company d/b/a AT&T Nevada
AT&T Corp., acquired 2005
Alascom, Inc. d/b/a AT&T Alaska
BellSouth Corporation d/b/a AT&T South, acquired 2006
BellSouth Telecommunications, LLC d/b/a AT&T Alabama, AT&T Florida, AT&T Georgia, AT&T Louisiana, AT&T Kentucky, AT&T Mississippi, AT&T North Carolina, AT&T South Carolina, AT&T Southeast, AT&T Tennessee
AT&T Mobility
Cricket Wireless
AT&T Mexico
DirecTV
Facilities and regions
The company is headquartered at Whitacre Tower in downtown Dallas, Texas. On June 27, 2008, AT&T announced that it would move its corporate headquarters from Downtown San Antonio to One AT&T Plaza in Downtown Dallas. The company said that it moved to gain better access to its customers and operations throughout the world, and to the key technology partners, suppliers, innovation and human resources needed as it continues to grow, domestically and internationally. AT&T Inc. previously relocated its corporate headquarters to San Antonio from St. Louis in 1992, when it was then named Southwestern Bell Corporation. The company’s Telecom Operations group, which serves residential and regional business customers in 22 U.S. states, remains in San Antonio.[citation needed] Atlanta continues to be the headquarters for AT&T Mobility, with significant offices in Redmond, Washington, the former home of AT&T Wireless. Bedminster, New Jersey is the headquarters for the company’s Global Business Services group and AT&T Labs. St. Louis continues as home to the company’s Directory operations, AT&T Advertising Solutions.

AT&T offers also services in many locations throughout the Asia Pacific; its regional headquarters is located in Hong Kong. The company is also active in Mexico, and it was announced on November 7, 2014, that Mexican carrier Iusacell is being acquired by AT&T. The acquisition was approved in January 2015. On April 30, 2015, AT&T acquired wireless operations Nextel Mexico from NII Holdings (now AT&T Mexico).

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2016 – How-to Create a Perfect Auto Sustainability System Forever – December 20

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– We Should Move Away from HTTP. (It’s Almost 2017 and We Still use HTTP !!!!!!).
02- Global Smart Open Source Tax System
– X % (percentage) Goes to the Creators.
– Every Component will have X number of percentage,
(Imagine a Car, Truck, Airplane, Train, Ship…)
– X % (percentage) Goes to the Companies who Created the Technology.
03- Global Smart Open Source Invention Network System.
– X % (percentage) Goes to the Creators.
– Every Component will have X number of percentage,
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04- Global Smart Open Source Hardware & Software Transportation System
05- Global Smart Open Source Hardware & Software Government System
06- Global Smart Open Source Hardware & Software Personal Voting Machine System.
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07- Global Smart Open Source Hardware & Software Health Care Development System
08- Global Smart Open Source Hardware & Software Banking System
– We need to put an END on Coins.
– We Need an Analog to Digital Money Bill.
09- Global Smart Open Source Politic Party
10- Global Smart Open Source 3D E-Shopping Mall
– In Every Browser will have a Shortcut of this Web Page.
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– In Each Country their Programmers will have a Complete Website
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2016 December 20

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