Mike Leff: AT&T Looks to Innovation, ‘3rd Gen’ Network to Support Public Sector Customers

Mike Leff

TYSONS CORNER, VA, Aug. 1, 2017 — Mike Leff, vice president for strategy and operations within AT&T‘s (NYSE: T) global public sector business, has said the company is working to develop a “third-generation” network that is software-defined and data-driven in order to support customer missions.

“[Customers] will be able to download and consume — in near real time — critical network functions of their choice with better price points, higher reliability, and greater security,” Leff told ExecutiveBiz in an interview published Thursday.

He noted that AT&T also continues to explore innovation opportunities in the global public sector market, including drone operations, space communications and “smart” military bases.

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