Mobile streaming videos to flow more easily through planned AT&T LTE network

The mobile internet is great for most purposes, but there have always been challenges when it comes to continuously streaming videos. AT&T hopes to change this with an old MediaFLO spectrum they bought off Qualcomm.

AT&T hopes to breath new life into some old airwaves by building a broadcast network, ideal for pushing out live video to many multiple devices with out jamming up its pipes with traffic. The technology is called LTE-Broadcast, and as it name implies it turns what is normally a two-way mobile broadband network into a one-way multicast network similar to those used by TV broadcasters.

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