Verizon Wireless 4G LTE
Verizon's Long-Term Evolution (LTE) network already reaches half the country with towers that transmit data 10 times as fast as other cellular systems. The network has sufficient bandwidth to transmit large packets of data in solid chunks on pathways dedicated to specific types of information—data has its own "lane," and so on. For consumers, this means that starting a video stream on any LTE-ready phone or modem takes half the time of most 3G networks. But the implications can be even broader: LTE-enabled broadcast cameras, for example, can send live feeds back to the studio without a satellite hookup.
I wish all the cell phone companies would just convert to IP and be done with it. We could call all around the world for a cost of pennies and digital clarity. This is so long over do.
Computers can do this. Device like net magic and other devices can do this. I just feel this technology is being suppressed from the phone companies, because it will reduce their profit level.
Here is hoping a 3rd party cell phone startup breaks this barrier.