Video conferencing requires conference servers (aka bridges) to be available when people want to meet. How do we ensure that people can show up to meetings and that they are not rejected at the door (busy signal when dialling into a meeting)? This post is aimed at the IT and network operations person, and although […]
Next-generation Media Architecture
But hey, geek, what’s the real value of all this multi stream stuff?!
In a slightly more polite way, that is what I have been told after my blog series on a next generation multi stream real-time video architecture. Bummer, wasn’t that obvious from my posts…?! The concept is simple, instead of each video participant sending one video stream and receiving one with either all participants or the […]
Do you want to have all your meetings on a hybrid bridge?
I promised in my last post on the hybrid bridge to cover more details on the inner workings of the hybrid bridge. This post is a part of my series on the next-generation multi stream video architecture. You may get more out of this post if you read my last post first, but I have […]
Will switched conferences rule the world and replace transcoded conferences? Say hello to the hybrid bridge!
My last post on SVC and related technologies packed a lot of complex concepts into a fairly short post. If you didn’t quite follow, don’t worry, here is a quick summary of the conclusions: <summary>Video streams come in many different resolutions and qualities depending on the type of video endpoint or client you have, and […]
Is SVC such a big deal?
In my previous post in this series, I covered the three pillars of elastic media: bandwidth adaptation (optimise media throughput based on a receiver’s needs, user experience, and the network), media resilience (robust behavior when there is packet loss), and quality of service (policies implementing relative priority of various traffic in your network). Here I […]