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AT&T: Expanding voice and video use across interfaces, devices and services

A conversation about expanding voice and video with Gordon Mansfield, VP Radio Access Network and Device Design, AT&T

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Gordon Mansfield, VP Radio Access Network and Device Design at AT&T, talked to us about the evolution of voice services at AT&T, following the introduction of VoLTE and Wi-Fi Calling, as well as of new services such as NumberSync.
So is it Wi-Fi first or cellular first? “Customers want to be connected. They want to have a quality voice experience. If the quality experience is over Wi-Fi, great. If the quality experience is over LTE, then great as well. That’s our view on it: move the traffic where it needs to be to give the customer the best experience we can,” Gordon said.
NumberSync allows subscribers to be reached on multiple devices using their phone number. Gordon told us: “With NumberSync, you have a consistent phone-number experience, not just when people are calling you, but if you call them from any number of different devices, the number that gets displayed to them is your phone number that they might already know. It’s your identity.”…Read more.
This interview is part of our upcoming report “Voice comes to the fore, again. VoLTE and Wi-Fi Calling redefine voice.” Wehave also discussed this topic on a recent webinar. Download the webinar
 

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Monica Paolini
Monica Paolinihttp://www.senzafiliconsulting.com
Monica is an Analyst Angle Contributor to RCR Wireless News. She is the Founder and President of Senza Fili Consulting. Senza Fili provides expert advisory services on wireless data technologies and services.

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