Photos: Verizon's Fios TV

Photos: Verizon's Fios TV

Summary: The company is developing interactive features for its IP TV service, which uses a fiber optic network to deliver programming to customers.


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  • Photos: Verizon's Fios TV

    The Verizon lab in Waltham, Mass., is one of two main facilities where engineers test and develop new technologies and services like TV. Originally the facility belonged to long-distance carrier GTE before it merged with Bell Atlantic in 2000 to create Verizon Communications.

  • Photos: The Fios Home Lab

    Within the Waltham facility, Verizon has created a mock home where engineers and customers can test the usability of new technologies like Fios TV.

Topics: Fiber, Networking, Verizon

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