It is already three years since my last blog post! My work has the last few years been of a nature where it would be difficult to write about the things I wanted to without revealing things about my work that I could not reveal. So, after some drafts, I ended up not posting anything […]
What is TelePresence?
What is TelePresence? And what is the difference from video conferencing? This is a topic I have wanted to cover for quite some time… Let’s have a look at the history first: First there were video calls. Video calls were point to point calls, plain, simple Star Trek calls with one commander on each bridge, […]
RTCWEB initiative @ IETF – video client in the browser, what’s the deal?
At the recent IETF meeting in Prague, one of the hot areas was the RTCWEB stuff. The short explanation (Real-Time Communication over the web) is that the browser should become a full audio/video client. The browser needs to get access to hardware and OS resources so a full, high-quality video client can run live inside […]
TIP – TelePresence Interoperability Protocol from a standards-perspective
I have for quite some time wanted to write more specifically about TIP (TelePresence Interoperability Protocol) from a standards point of view. Polycom’s recent announcement on putting TIP on specific products has generated additional interest in the topic, so I think the timing is good 🙂 First, let me just emphasize what is in general […]
Is video conferencing vendors in the PBX industry or in the mobile industry?
Another long inward gazing period, this time in my professional life: Cisco buying Tandberg… I seem to have these long periods of silence where I don’t get time enough to reflect to hash out something of a quality that can go into a post. It’s been an interesting year, with product and technology integrations, and […]