The fifth generation wireless standard is expected to underpin new technology deployments as well as future technologies that at this time can only be imagined. Currently, we are in the earliest stages of defining what 5G will be, and opinions from throughout the mobile ecosystem are useful in the outline of the eventual big picture. Telecom Industry Association (TIA) recently conducted a survey, sponsored by InterDigital, which provides valuable insight into the network operator’s... Read More
The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) Signal Processing Society’s publication, IEEE Transactions on Image Processing, is considered the flagship peer-reviewed publication in image processing… and has recently appointed our own Dr. Rahul Vanam, a staff engineer in InterDigital Labs, as Associate Editor for the 2015 – 2018 term.
IEEE Transactions on Image Processing publishes articles focused on signal-processing aspects of image processing, imaging systems, and image scanning, display, and printing through open calls... Read More
Internet privacy is becoming a large concern, as more and more devices are getting directly or indirectly connected to the Internet. Recently, the IETF and IEEE 802 announced the successful completion of three experimental mobile privacy trials – and an InterDigital engineer was a key part of it.
The IEEE 802 Privacy Executive Committee Study Group identified privacy issues related to the use of globally-unique media access control (MAC) addresses in over-the-air communications like Wi-Fi,... Read More
The Internet of Things (IoT) is a major topic of conversation in the tech world right now, and InterDigital is involved in a big way – whether it’s our oneMPOWER platform, our commerical initiative wot.io, or the efforts of our various teams to partner with industry development efforts, standards bodies and external innovation. InterDigital’s Serhad Doken, Vice President, Innovation Partners, took a moment to reflect on the future of IoT, and the role... Read More
Hulu, the U.S. - based OTT service, recently announced the migration to MPEG-DASH inside their various players. With the transition, DASH-compliant video segments serve more than 75 percent of Hulu’s traffic and the company expects that to increase as their services evolve.
Baptiste Coudurier, Principal Software Development Lead at Hulu, highlighted the benefits of the migration to DASH for the OTT service as well as its customers in an exclusive interview with Streaming Media Europe.... Read More