InterDigital Presents at Wi-Fi Global Congress: Look Beyond Offload to Wi-Fi/Cellular Integration
Presentation, White Paper and Extension of Smart Access Manager to LTE Highlight Trend Toward Policy-Driven Integration Between LTE and Wi-Fi
SEOUL, South Korea--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Although mobile operators worldwide are increasingly looking to Wi-Fi® offload technologies to meet increasing data requirements, that strategy is only a first step toward true broadband traffic management. At this weeks Wi-Fi Global Congress in Seoul, South Korea, InterDigital (IDCC) will present a new vision for industry-wide seamless integration strategies, accompanied by a technical white paper on Wi-Fi integration and a demonstration of an integrated, policy-driven Wi-Fi/cellular solution that can enable a wider range of innovative services, QoS mechanisms and tariff options.
On June 27, Narayan Menon, InterDigitals Vice President, Research and Development, will give a presentation outlining the network architecture and standards-based solutions for prioritizing and seamlessly managing traffic across disparate access technologies, including Wi-Fi, 3G and LTE. The presentation, Effective Wi-Fi and cellular network integration: Alleviate congestion and enable cost-effective service delivery, will demystify emerging strategies such as application-based offload, policy-driven traffic segregation and bandwidth aggregation.
InterDigitals presence at Wi-Fi Global Congress is also highlighted by two additional events:
- The release of a comprehensive technical whitepaper on Wi-Fi/Cellular integration, tracing the history of the technologies as well as current and future strategies for integration. Intended for a technical audience, the paper Cellular-Wi-Fi Integration: a comprehensive analysis of the technology and standardization roadmap provides a comprehensive backgrounder for wireless scientists interested in standards-based Wi-Fi/cellular integration.
- The extension of InterDigitals Smart Access Manager (SAM) policy-driven traffic management solution to LTE. By extending SAM, which was highlighted by InterDigital and Alcatel-Lucent at this years Mobile World Congress, to LTE, InterDigital provides a proven platform for integration of Wi-Fi with LTE as well as other technologies.
With Wi-Fi offload, the wireless industry took its first step toward a vision that InterDigital has been developing for more than five years: a network of networks, said Mr. Menon. At Wi-Fi Global Congress, well provide a roadmap and discuss a commercial product that should enable the industry to take the next step, where Wi-Fi is so tightly integrated with 3G/LTE cellular technologies that together, they provide a seamless, innovative and consistently great user experience.
To schedule executive briefings and SAM demos at Wi-Fi Global Congress, analysts and reporters should contact Patrick Van de Wille at email@example.com. The Cellular-Wi-Fi Integration: a comprehensive analysis of the technology and standardization roadmap technical white paper will be available at www.interdigital.com.
For more information about Wi-Fi Global Congress, visit www.wifiglobalcongress.com.
InterDigital develops fundamental wireless technologies that are at the core of mobile devices, networks, and services worldwide. We solve many of the industry's most critical and complex technical challenges, inventing solutions for more efficient broadband networks and a richer multimedia experience years ahead of market deployment. InterDigital has licenses and strategic relationships with many of the world's leading wireless companies.
InterDigital is a registered trademark of InterDigital, Inc.
For more information, visit: www.interdigital.com.
Patrick Van de Wille, +1 (858) 210-4814
Janet Point, +1 (610) 878-7866
Source: InterDigital, Inc.Copyright Business Wire 2012