AT&T will soon show off how small cell technology can improve network capacity and coverage in Walt Disney theme parks.
Fans take their smartphone out to the ballgame to watch instant replays and share photos. AT&T Park in San Francisco has rolled out EchoBOT technology alongside the existing Wi-Fi to ensure the cellular network is performing at its peak.
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The Wi-Fi hotspots are part of a partnership between the cable companies and New York City that includes a $10 million investment fund for Wi-Fi deployment in parks and public spaces.
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AT&T signed on 10 companies which will use its labs to test the compatibility of IP telephony technologies. IP telephony allows users to make phone calls over the Internet. The AT&T Global IP Telephony Interoperability Labs are located in Florham Park, New Jersey, and San Jose, California. Companies participating in the tests include Clarent, Delta Three, Ericsson, GRIC Communications, Lucent Technologies, Siemens, 3Com, @Home, and VocalTec.