Resources

Inspiration

AWS Wavelength Resources

Verizon 5G Resources

FAQs

 
Inspiration

⦿ Harmon Connected Vehicles Case Study [video] 

⦿ ShotTracker’s Real Time Sports Stats Case Study [video]

⦿ More case studies and real world use cases

 
AWS Wavelength Resources

⦿ AWS Wavelength overview

⦿ AWS Wavelength for developers

 
Verizon 5G Resources

⦿ 5G overview

⦿ 5G for developers

 
FAQs

⦿ Q: Can I participate if I don’t live in one of the AWS Wavelength zones?

A: Yes! The competition is open globally (see Official Rules for eligibility). You won’t need access to the Wavelength zones to build your app, but you may need it to test.

⦿ Q: How can I test my application?

Option 1: Have a 4G or 5G-connected Verizon device? Use your existing device to connect to AWS Wavelength endpoints via the Carrier IPs you've attached to your infrastructure. To learn more about Carrier IP, visit the developer guide. 

Option 2: Don't have access to a Verizon-connected device? Reach out to our 5G Labs team to learn more about Nova, our remote device testing tool. 

Option 3: Want to use your own mobile device? Create an additional subnet in your VPC in the parent region (i.e., non-Wavelength Zone infrastructure) and test your application in the parent region. 

Learn more about the testing options here.