As we recently reported
, Verizon CEO Lowell Mc Adam spoke at the Reuters Global Technology Summit. One of the topics addressed was Big Red's jump to LTE and during the conversations, the executive made it known that RIM is one of the manufacturers working on a LTE handset for Verizon. While BlackBerry has not been known in the past as a brand that has been quick to adopt to new standards, it looks like the pinstriped crowd will get the opportunity to send/receive data at fast speeds and still get to remain a BlackBerry user. Other handset makers expected to have phones ready for Verizon's LTE launch are Motorola, HTC and LG.