Verizon capitalizes on innovation at San Fran Center

More than two years after its debut, Verizon Wireless (NYSE:VZ) re-opened its San Francisco Innovation Center yesterday, touting the fact that the center has worked with approximately 300 companies—both large and small—to outfit different types of devices with cellular connectivity. Verizon estimates it has spent more than $10 million on the Center, where it acts as a consultant for its partners. Article.


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