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Summit Tech intros 4K VR calling at CTIA

Wednesday 7 September 2016 | 16:04 CET | News
Summit Tech launched 4K virtual reality (VR) calling at CTIA Super Mobility in Las Vegas. The platform allows wireless carriers to launch immersive VR calling services in high-resolution 4K. This means that subscribers can make a VR call which connects them into ultra-high resolution 360 degrees video streams of the location they're calling. VR Calling works with off-the-shelf VoLTE/ViLTE phones or RCS devices supporting video calling, including WebRTC enabled browsers, with no app required.

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Companies: CTIA / HTC / Nokia / Oculus / Ricoh / Samsung
Countries: United States
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