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The 1964 movie Seven Days in May showed Burt Lancaster talking over a video link in his office to fellow members of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, but real government and business usage has to wait until Compression Labs and, later, Picture Tel developed video compression technology that delivered reasonable quality video over commercially available data circuits.
Given the five figure price tags, these systems were typical used by groups of people at each end, a trend that continues today with similarly priced "Tele Presence" systems from Cisco and HP.
It turned out the Picturephone was too bulky, small, expensive, and difficult to use, at least for individual person-to-person communications.
Given the expense of setting up and operating a video link, it's not surprising that the first practical applications were in business and government.
It is integrated with corporate partner Iristel’s international carrier grade Vo IP network to introduce a multitude of new features for mobile devices, such as High Definition Voice with crystal clear quality and Presence Management, which enables users to hop a call from landline to mobile without having to drop the call. With the Alternate Numbers feature, Ice Wireless can assign an 867 Iqaluit number a second number in an area code in the South, such as 613, 514 or 604.
“The former monopoly phone company has ignored Iqaluit for far too long with wireless technology dating back to the 1990s,” says Samer Bishay, President and CEO of Ice Wireless.Video communication has been a popular staple of science fiction at least since Flash Gordon's Spaceograph, 2001: A Space Odyssey's video call from the moon and, of course, Captain Kirk's calls from the Enterprise to Starfleet.AT&T had great hopes for the Picturephone which I remember seeing as a child at the 1964 New York World's Fair, but did not see again until I stumbled upon a (broken) one a decade later at the MIT Architecture Machine (the group that became the Media Lab).“Arctic communities, government departments, Canada’s military, emergency response agencies, schools, hospitals and residents all deserve to have better telephone and Internet access,” Mr. “And with Ice Wireless and Iristel’s business and home phone service, we’re connecting Iqaluit like never before to the rest of the world.” The Ice Wireless network has been designed and built using Huawei core HSPA / UMTS equipment.Huawei is a leader in telecommunications around the world and has become an industry standard in Canada.
3G technology is capable of delivering speeds up to 21 megabits per second.