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An 1875 business agreement to develop a talking telegraph becomes the catalyst for The Electronic Revolution and The Information Age.

AT&T Labs Innovations featured in this video:

1800s

The Telephone
The Network

1910s

Air-to-Ground / Ground-to-Air Radio Communication
Vernam Cipher
Dial Telephones

1920s

Fax Service Telephotography
Electrical Sound Recording
Sound Motion Pictures “Vitaphone”
Transatlantic Service via Radio
Long Distance TV Transmission
Broadband Coaxial Cable

1930s

Radio Astronomy
Stereo Recording
Synthetic Speech "The Voder"
Digital Computer
High Frequency Radar

1940s

Automated Switching
Digital Voice Encryption "SIGSALY"
First Mobile Telephone Call
Cellular System
The Transistor
Information Theory

1950s

Missile Defense Systems
The Solar Cell
The Laser
Microwave Radio-Relay Skyway

1960s

Communications Satellites
Echo of The Big Bang
UNIX
Charge-Coupled Device

1970s

Picturephone
Digital Switching
C Programming Language
Single-Chip Digital Signal Processor
Cellular System Field Trials

1980s

C++
Commercial Cellular Telephone System
Speech Driven Robot
HDTV

1990s

Firewalls
Digital Cellular Base Station
Secure Digital Music Delivery
Natural Voices Text-to-Speech

Today

4G
3DTV
Remote Medical Monitoring
64 Tb/s Optical Transmission
Human Factors Lab
WATSON Mobile Voice Search
CollaboraTV
MIRACLE
Geocast
Wireless Technology Lab
Encoding Technologies
Visualizer
Presence
Laser Microprojector
Smart Mobile Computing
Video Realization
Network Based Firewall
Augmented Reality
U-verse Lab
Smart Grid
Mobile Conferencing
Mass Market Video Calling
Network Science
Voice Biometrics
Network Video Quality
Recommender Systems
Project Space
Advanced Network Management
Air Graffiti


Release date: 09/13/2010





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