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Verizon Communications Fortune 500 TURBO Report

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Verizon Communications Fortune 500 TURBO Report

Last updated: October 17, 2019

Verizon Communications Inc.
1095 Avenue of the Americas
New York, NY 10036
United States
Phone: (212)-395-1000
Website: http://www.verizon.com
Sector: Communication Services
Industry: Telecom Services
Full Time Employees: 135,900

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  • Hand curated content from selected articles, interviews, case studies, and success stories (representing dozens of hours of research)
  • Technology Executive Insights to existing IT & telecom systems, projects, initiatives, and internal code names for applications, systems, and IT business units
  • Insights gleaned from technology related job descriptions
  • Important excerpts and highlights from the Annual Report (10-K)

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VERIZON EXECUTIVE LEADERSHIP

NAME TITLE COMPANY EMAIL
Christy Pambianchi Executive Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer Verizon *****@verizon.com
Craig Silliman Executive Vice President and Chief Administrative, Legal and Public Policy Officer Verizon *****@verizon.com
Diego Scotti Executive Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer Verizon *****@verizon.com
Guru Gowrappan Executive Vice President & Group CEO, Verizon Media Verizon *****@verizon.com
Hans Vestberg Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Verizon *****@verizon.com
James J. Gerace Chief Communications Officer Verizon *****@verizon.com
Kyle Malady Executive Vice President and Chief Technology Officer Verizon *****@verizon.com
Marc C. Reed Executive Vice President and Strategic Advisor to the Chairman Verizon *****@verizon.com
Matthew D. Ellis Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer Verizon *****@verizon.com
Rima Qureshi Executive Vice President and Chief Strategy Officer Verizon *****@verizon.com
Ronan Dunne Executive Vice President & Group CEO, Verizon Consumer Verizon *****@verizon.com
Rose Stuckey Kirk Chief Corporate Social Responsibility Officer Verizon *****@verizon.com
Tami Erwin Executive Vice President & Group CEO, Verizon Business Verizon *****@verizon.com




VERIZON BOARD OF DIRECTORS

NAME TITLE COMPANY EMAIL
Clarence Otis, Jr. (Lead Director) Former Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Darden Restaurants, Inc. Verizon *****@verizon.com
Daniel H. Schulman President and Chief Executive Officer of PayPal Holdings, Inc. Verizon *****@verizon.com
Gregory G. Weaver Former Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Deloitte & Touche LLP Verizon *****@verizon.com
Hans Vestberg Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Verizon Communications Inc. Verizon *****@verizon.com
Kathryn A. Tesija Former Executive Vice President and Chief Merchandising and Supply Chain Officer of Target Corporation Verizon *****@verizon.com
Mark T. Bertolini Former Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Aetna Inc. Verizon *****@verizon.com
Melanie L. Healey Former Group President of The Procter & Gamble Company Verizon *****@verizon.com
Rodney E. Slater Partner at Squire Patton Boggs LLP Verizon *****@verizon.com
Shellye L. Archambeau Former Chief Executive Officer of MetricStream, Inc. Verizon *****@verizon.com
Vittorio Colao Former Chief Executive of Vodafone Group Plc Verizon *****@verizon.com

 

7 KEYS TO OPEN DOORS AT VERIZON

Verizon just announced a partnership with Boingo to solve its biggest 5G problem

  • Verizon is partnering with Boingo Wireless (best known for providing Wi-Fi in a number of airports around the world) to get 5G to work better indoors.
  • Verizon plans to leverage Boingo’s experience with “distributed antenna systems (DAS), small cells and Wi-Fi” to expand its 5G service indoors and to public spaces like airports, stadiums, hotels, and more.
  • To that end, the two companies are apparently working on a “hyper-dense network” for those indoor spaces, although that’s all the detail Verizon’s offering at this time.


Verizon sells Tumblr just two years after acquiring social network

  • Verizon is selling Tumblr, just two years after buying the social network as part of its tumultuous $4.48bn Yahoo acquisition.
  • Founded in 2007 as one of the first “microblogging” services, Tumblr has been acquired by Automattic, the web services company best known for running blogging platform Wordpress.com, for an undisclosed price tag.


Verizon sues city to avoid paying 5G fees, says the FCC has its back

  • Verizon has sued the City of Rochester, New York, in order to avoid paying fees for deploying 5G equipment and fiber lines.
  • Verizon's lawsuit claims that the fees are higher than those allowed by federal law.


Verizon inks first multi-vendor public safety contract with Massachusetts

  • Massachusetts has struck a first-of-its-kind multi-vendor deal with Verizon, authorizing one of the country’s major wireless carriers to provide services to public safety through the company’s private first responder network core that is competing with AT&T’s FirstNet network.
  • The deal, announced Wednesday, is the first multi-vendor procurement deal for state and local public safety agencies in the country.
  • The deal is estimated at $303 million and could run until June 2024


Verizon and Ericsson first in the world to introduce cloud-native technology in a live wireless core network environment

  • This trial, the first container-based wireless EPC (Evolved Packet Core) technology deployment in a live network in the world, introduces a much more efficient way to deliver operational applications that run the network.
  • “The pace of technological advancement is rapid and is exponentially increasing. By evolving our core network past simply using virtualized machines and instead changing our underlying software architecture to run on cloud-native technology, we are able to achieve new levels of operational automation, flexibility and adaptability” – Bill Stone, Vice President of Technology Development and Planning for Verizon


Verizon expands its 5G network to four more cities

  • Customers in Atlanta, Detroit, Indianapolis, and Washington, DC will be able to connect to the company’s next-gen wireless network.
  • The additions mean that Verizon’s 5G network is now available in nine US cities, after previously rolling out in Denver, Providence, St. Paul, Minneapolis, and Chicago.


Huawei Is Said to Demand Patent Fees From Verizon

  • Huawei demanding that the American wireless giant pay licensing fees on hundreds of patents.
  • Huawei accused Verizon in a letter this spring of violating 238 of its patents. Added up, Huawei’s claims would exceed $1 billion in fees.