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Originally posted on Gigaom:
AT&T’s(s t) newest Foundry innovation and developer collaboration center will open its doors in Atlanta today. Unlike AT&T’s other Foundries in Plano, Texas; Palo Alto, Calif.; and Ra’anana, Israel; which focused on the general mobile developer community, this center has a specific focus: the internet of things.
AT&T is courting app developers and startups working on the connected home, the connected car, emerging devices and other technologies it can build around its U-Verse residential broadband and Digital Life home automation and security services.
As the mobile phone market in the U.S. reaches its saturation point, Ma Bell is looking to provide connectivity far beyond the handset as well as at services that ride over home and car connections. At GigaOM’s Mobilize conference in San Francisco October 16-17, AT&T President of Emerging Enterprises and Partnerships Glenn Lurie will detail AT&T’s planned transformation into carrier powering the internet of…
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