Randy White, a veteran IT specialist, started his career in the early 2000s with his company, Granite Communications, but he’s since moved on to more prominent roles in telecommunications.
Now he’s working on a new project for Verizon, one of the biggest players in the industry.
The project involves working with Verizon to bring back the company’s Voice over IP (VoIP) technology, which has been in use by several big telecoms including AT&T and Comcast.
It’s an initiative that has been criticized by VoIP providers like Microsoft and Google.
But Verizon is looking to bring VoIP back to the consumer market and White hopes to bring it back to Verizon as well.
“The Voice over Internet Protocol [VoIP] is the best solution for the consumer.
The consumer has access to all the best features, and Verizon has never made an offer to buy this product.
Verizon is going to be a very big player in the VoIP space,” he said.
This is the second project White is working on with Verizon.
He’s also working on another Verizon-branded device that he calls the SmartPhone.
The SmartPhone is supposed to offer the best of both worlds: a wireless phone that will work across Verizon’s network, but can also be used on the ground as a tablet or a desktop computer.
Verizon has already said it will sell this device, but it hasn’t said how much it will cost.
White says that the Smartphone will have a built-in cellular data modem that will allow Verizon to stream content over the internet.
Verizon also plans to sell the Smartphones in different markets and markets will sell their own versions.
When it comes to the new project, White said he’s looking forward to working with a group of Verizon employees who are eager to learn more about the technology.
He also thinks Verizon will find a way to make the SmartPhones even more powerful.
Verizon will also have the power to make all the SmartPhones compatible with the company servers, which will allow customers to access the internet through a Verizon mobile network.
White believes the company is “just getting started” in the market for VoIP technology and is optimistic that he’ll be able to bring that back to consumers.
He said he thinks Verizon is also taking steps to give consumers more control over the technology, something that has never been possible before.