This event is no longer available on demand.
Voice over LTE is a standardized method for transmitting voice in IP packets over LTE. Originally LTE was implemented using IP protocols for carrying video and data only on mobile networks. Voice was and is still carried mainly over 2G/3G air interfaces. During this webinar, you will learn how LTE networks can carry voice traffic and do so more efficiently thereby increasing network capacity for video and data. VoLTE also supports applications that can add new revenue by attracting subscribers to new services enabled by IMS infrastructure.
Presented in two parts (each one hour in length), this webinar provides a valuable exploration of VoLTE technology:
- Gain insight into IMS, HD Voice, and RCS
- Hear about implications for emergency responders
- Understand what’s driving early VoLTE implementations
- Learn about barriers to VoLTE implementations
- You get access to both live webinars
- Includes access to the on-demand recordings of both webinars (until 8/23/13)
Annabel Z. Dodd, Author, “The Essential Guide to Telecommunications, Fifth Edition”
Published in July 2012 by Prentice Hall, Dodd's book is the world’s leading non-technical guide to the industry. Dodd is on the faculty of Northeastern University where she teaches courses on mobile and data networks.
Jeremy Green, Principal Analyst, Telco Strategy, Ovum
Green has worked in the telecommunications industry, in the UK, Australia and Hong Kong, since 1987, specializing in wireless since 1990. He has a PhD in Science and Technology Policy from the University of Manchester.