Unlock innovation with Verizon 5G Edge.

The Edge is near. Verizon 5G Edge, the first mobile edge compute platform available for businesses in the United States, is designed to enable the development of large-scale, latency-sensitive applications at the network edge.

The power of Verizon 5G Edge

Businesses trust Verizon to keep them ready for what’s next. And what’s next is Verizon 5G Edge. A multi-access edge compute (MEC) platform, 5G Edge brings together Verizon’s 5G Ultra Wideband network with AWS cloud services to enable developers and enterprise customers to develop large-scale, latency-sensitive applications at the edge. It’s the power of the cloud built right into the first 5G network. By putting computing resources right where you need them, we’re changing the paradigm and the possibilities. 

  • Experience our edge story.

    Discover how our architecture, investment and partner are making a new mobile edge compute approach possible. 

     

     

     

     

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  • Connect with ThingSpace.

    ThingSpace gives you all the tools you need to build an edge device and connect it to the Verizon network.

     

     

     

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  • Explore MEC possibilities.

    Explore use cases across industries, ranging from what could be possible now to forward-thinking ideas that fully leverage the potential of 5G. 

     

     

     

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