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Hour of Code brings computer science and youthful smiles to statehouse

The Indiana statehouse was turned into a giant computer science lab on Tuesday as Governor Eric Holcomb, AT&T Indiana President Bill Soards, Infosys Foundation USA Chairperson Kaustav Mitra, Indiana University First Lady Laurie Burns McRobbie, and Karen Jung and Scott Dorsey of Nextech all welcomed students from local grade schools and their high school-aged coding

Indy Among First For New AT&T Tech

AT&T Inc. (NYSE: T) is today launching “5G Evolution” service in parts of Indianapolis, making it the second market for the company’s newest high-speed internet service. AT&T Indiana President Bill Soards says the move is another step to creating a wider network that can accommodate autonomous vehicles, the Internet of Things and related technology. At

WATCH: IoT Hackathon Looks to ‘Energize’ Economy

More than 350 participants and dozens of companies are taking part in this weekend’s 24-hour AT&T Internet of Things Civic Hackathon. AT&T Indiana President Bill Soards says teams will have 24 hours to develop IoT technology designed to “energize Indiana’s economy.” He says the event at Launch Fishers will marry Indiana’s legacy economy of agriculture, manufacturing and

Calling All Coders: Civic Hackathon Seeks to Harness IoT Tech

For most of its 200-year existence, Indiana’s economy has depended on three industries: manufacturing, logistics, and agriculture. Bill Soards, president of AT&T Indiana, says all of these sectors are “huge consumers” of Internet of Things technologies. Later this month, his company is hosting a civic hackathon in order to convene teams and get to work

#IoTCivicHack brings industries ripe for IoT innovation to forefront

Can the Internet of Things (IoT) lead the future of Indiana’s economy? That’s the question that hundreds of technology experts will tackle next month at the 2017 IoT Civic Hackathon produced by AT&T’s Developer Program. Indiana has made it known that we are emerging as a tech hub (even The New York Times says so),

Indianapolis is a test market for AT&T’s new 5G network

AT&T says Indianapolis will be one of two test markets for its 5G wireless network, which could offer peak speeds of 400 megabits per second. The technology is expected to launch in “the coming months” in Indianapolis and Austin, Texas, a news release said. AT&T will offer dedicated indoor and outdoor 5G locations. It will test signal coverage

AT&T President Bill Soards on Innovation

Entering the office of Indiana’s President of AT&T is a step back in time to the days of Mad Men. The woodwork and furnishings are of a different era. Yet regardless of the resurgence in popularity of mid-century furniture and design aesthetic, the offices are being updated to reflect a change in the times. As

The Iron Yard and AT&T teach officials how to code

For many, the world of software development can seem intimidating and confusing. Most of us use websites and apps every day of our lives, but few people understand the work that goes into making them. The Iron Yard code school and AT&T decided it’s time to change that by holding an event where local civic leaders

Why you should sign up for the #IndyCorpHack Corporate Hackathon

Calling all coders and developers! Hackathons are a great way to challenge yourself, get exposed to new technologies and processes, and, of course, #hackforgood. You can even make a real-life business opportunity out of your hackathon creation like ReBorn Code has done. The Indiana Department of Environmental Management (IDEM) and ReBorn Code, the winner of