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Have you seen Samsung’s latest ad for the Galaxy S5? It’s called “Don’t Be a Wall Hugger.” The ad brings to life the most frustrating aspect of owning a smartphone—the need to constantly recharge the battery. In the ad, Samsung touts the improvements it has made to the Galaxy S5 battery life through better power efficiency. Samsung isn’t the first to feature battery life in major advertising campaigns and given its importance to customers, we expect battery life to be a key industry focus in coming years.

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Have you seen Samsung’s latest ad for the Galaxy S5? It’s called “Don’t Be a Wall Hugger.” The ad brings to life the most frustrating aspect of owning a smartphone—the need to constantly recharge the battery. In the ad, Samsung touts the improvements it has made to the Galaxy S5 battery life through better power efficiency. Samsung isn’t the first to feature battery life in major advertising campaigns and given its importance to customers, we expect battery life to be a key industry focus in coming years.

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Have you seen Samsung’s latest ad for the Galaxy S5? It’s called “Don’t Be a Wall Hugger.” The ad brings to life the most frustrating aspect of owning a smartphone—the need to constantly recharge the battery. In the ad, Samsung touts the improvements it has made to the Galaxy S5 battery life through better power efficiency. Samsung isn’t the first to feature battery life in major advertising campaigns and given its importance to customers, we expect battery life to be a key industry focus in coming years.

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In the US, mobile phones long ago surpassed landline phones and are now the most common way to contact emergency services. What emergency callers using their mobile device indoors may not realize however; is that a huge gap exists between their expectation of being located and the accuracy of current positioning technologies when used indoors.

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In the US, mobile phones long ago surpassed landline phones and are now the most common way to contact emergency services. What emergency callers using their mobile device indoors may not realize however; is that a huge gap exists between their expectation of being located and the accuracy of current positioning technologies when used indoors.

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In the US, mobile phones long ago surpassed landline phones and are now the most common way to contact emergency services. What emergency callers using their mobile device indoors may not realize however; is that a huge gap exists between their expectation of being located and the accuracy of current positioning technologies when used indoors.

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In the US, mobile phones long ago surpassed landline phones and are now the most common way to contact emergency services. What emergency callers using their mobile device indoors may not realize however; is that a huge gap exists between their expectation of being located and the accuracy of current positioning technologies when used indoors.

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In the US, mobile phones long ago surpassed landline phones and are now the most common way to contact emergency services. What emergency callers using their mobile device indoors may not realize however; is that a huge gap exists between their expectation of being located and the accuracy of current positioning technologies when used indoors.

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In the US, mobile phones long ago surpassed landline phones and are now the most common way to contact emergency services. What emergency callers using their mobile device indoors may not realize however; is that a huge gap exists between their expectation of being located and the accuracy of current positioning technologies when used indoors.

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Signals Research Group (SRG) worked with Spirent Communications recently to complete a benchmark study of AT&T’s VoLTE service offering in Minneapolis-St. Paul. For SRG and its readership, the benefits are huge since these collaborative studies provide great insight into how 3GPP technologies, in general, as well as individual vendor implementations of these technologies, perform.  No marketing B.S., “just the facts, Ma’am.”

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Although analysts track industry growth in multiple segments, it is difficult to forecast new technologies. The test experts at Spirent have a unique perspective of the industry by working with the world’s largest network equipment manufacturers and service providers developing and deploying next-generation solutions.

Here are a few of our predictions of the top trends for 2013:


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