The R&D Mobile Team goes to CES
Ed's note: On the Research and Development blog there's a new post from Steve Jolly on the R&D Mobile Team's trip to CES. One of the things that the team wanted to demonstrate was: "that Femtocells are a completely viable way of delivering streaming video from a home network to multiple phones simultaneously." On the Internet blog Jerry Kramskoy has previously written about the use of Femtocells in home networks which you may also find interesting. (PM)
"One of the ways a small research team like those at BBC R&D can try and influence a large industry cost-effectively is to take a prototype - or even a simple proof-of-concept demo - to a conference, trade show or other industry gathering. If you can get the right people excited about your vision of the future, that vision is far more likely to come about. That's exactly what my colleague Jerry Kramskoy had the opportunity to do at CES this year. We were invited (and subsidised) by UK Trade & Investment's Digital Communications Knowledge Transfer Network to give a demonstration on their stand."