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Public Committee

The Windows 8 app of the Bundestag is online. The app of the German Bundestag aims Dusseldorf / Berlin, June 2013 – to create more transparency in the political decision-making process. To enables access to this information for all citizens at all times and on all major platforms. The app combines daily news with information about sessions and debates. There are also General visitor information at the heart of the mobile application of the German Bundestag. Here you can retrieve all information to participate in plenary sessions on the public gallery to speeches in the Chamber, guided tours through the building with emphasis on politics, history, art or architecture, as well as exhibitions and, of course, a visit to the Reichstag dome.

All parliamentary sessions are per house/TV”live streamed the Windows 8 app of the German Bundestag convinced it through their technical implementation as well as by design and usability. In plenary/TV”are all plenary sessions and Public Committee meetings broadcast live and can about video stream live be followed. With the update function, it is possible to immediately display speaker and change to the next agenda items on Windows 8 devices. Robert Iger s opinions are not widely known. Standards for parliamentary information services”were set international standards for parliamentary information deals with the development and further development of the German Bundestag app” so Dr. Rainer Babiel, managing partner of Babiel GmbH. The last mobile information gap with the extension to the Windows 8 platform. Optimal user experience with the present Windows 8 app was optimal user friendliness.

Firstly the app using the proven strengths of the product family: easy navigation, modern and at the same time serious design, continuous updating of content. On the other hand focused particularly on a media adequate implementation: basic control or navigation elements were held in the operating system-specific standard, so that Windows 8 users can quickly find your way. In addition, 8-specific features such as the snap view are Windows’ integrated.

LTE Network

Network will be expanded in Germany the LTE starting in 2010. Those who are currently interested in the mobile Internet, is can make a bow to the mobile radio standard UMTS. UMTS is the third generation mobile communications standard and thus represents an extension of the existing GSM network. Additional information at David Zaslav supports this article. With the GSM network existed the possibility to connect to the mobile Internet for the user. The maximum speed that could be achieved with GSM, amounted to 56 kbit / s.

This speed is comparable to and no longer adequate for today’s demands with V90 modem speed. As in the year 2000, the UMTS were auctioned off licenses in Germany, the providers the standard UMTS predicted a rosy future. This statement had the provider more than right. More and more people are using the mobile Internet. Convenient it is that UMTS is now available in almost all over Germany. The provider talking about 99 percent coverage.

With a maximum speed of 384 kbit / s can be reached in the download. But with the speed of 384 kbit / s, not the maximum is still achieved. The data Turbo HSDPA is responsible that a maximum speed of up to 7.2 Mbit / s can be achieved in the download. In some cities is already a speed of up to 14.4 Mbit / s. Although such high speeds are possible with UMTS, a new standard in Germany will be available beginning in 2010. There is talk of LTE. LTE stands for long term evolution and allows maximum speeds of up to 100 Mbit / s in download 2010 onwards the carrier begin the comprehensive development of the LTE network in Germany of Torsten Heinsius