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IEEE Consumer Electronics Society - VoLTE or VoIP over LTE

IEEE Consumer Electronics Society

Tuesday, March 26, 2013 from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM (PDT)

IEEE Consumer Electronics Society - VoLTE or VoIP over...

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IEEE Consumer Electronics Society - March 26 2012 - Sponsored by Imagination   more info Ended Free  

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VoLTE or VoIP over LTE – Who Is the Ultimate Winner?


VoIP has been in existence for more than a decade now. While it delivers toll- voice quality as expected in certain areas, it lags far behind in meeting user expectations elsewhere such as dynamically changing wireless environments.
Over-The-Top clients have been delivering V.VoIP functionality over Wired DSL/cable since mid-90s and then over wireless WiFi/3G data networks since mid-2000s; they now also support VoIP over 4G/LTE mobile broadband networks.
While mobile operators use circuit-switched for voice, with 4G LTE they have taken the VoLTE plunge, thus challenging OTT clients to deliver superior real-time video and voice. But who is the ultimate winner?
 

Speaker: 

Saraj Mudigonda is business development manager for Imagination Technologies USA, which creates and licenses market-leading multimedia IP cores for graphics, video, and display processing, multi-threaded embedded processing/DSP cores, and multi-standard communications and connectivity processors. He can be reached at saraj.mudigonda@imgtec.com

 

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When & Where


Microsoft Silicon Valley
BizSpark Lab, Building 2 (building on right)
1085 La Avenida Street
Mountain View, CA 94043

Tuesday, March 26, 2013 from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM (PDT)


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