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Title: IP Based Video Conferencing System. A comparitive Analysis By R. Sureswaran


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IP Based Video Conferencing System. A comparitive
AnalysisBy R. Sureswaran
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Introduction
Desktop IP Based Multi-point Multimedia
Conferencing is positioned to become the next
generation form of communications, above and
beyond the telephone (Quote by Industry
Analysts)

3
Traditional/Legacy System
  • Point-to-Point

Proprietary
4
Traditional/Legacy System
  • Point-to-Multipoint

ISDN running proprietary protocols
5
Problems of today MCS System
  • Requires dedicated ISDN lines to the desktop,
    which mean additional infrastructure.
  • Expensive MCU (Hub) is needed for mixing and
    re-transmitting.
  • Expensive WAN link is mostly proprietary and
    dedicated to video conferencing only.
  • Expensive WAN bandwidth increases proportionally
    with each new user.
  • MCS uses your existing LAN infrastructure.
  • MCS does not need an MCU or any special
    hardware.
  • MCS is IP-based and merges with your existing
    WAN link or uses the Internet.
  • MCS WAN bandwidth requirements remains constant,
    irrespective of the number of users

6
Modern MCS
  • Multipoint-to-Multipoint

Any IP Network
7
Modern MCS Other Advantages (Cont.)
  • Full Motion Video Conferencing and Video
    Streaming
  • Up to 40 frames per second
  • Allows unlimited users per conference covering
    unlimited geographical distances
  • Support for World standards
  • Real Time Streaming Protocol (RTP), Open Systems
    Architecture and Non-Proprietary hardware
    requirements

8
Unique features of MCS
  • Multicast enabled for LANs and tunneling for WANs
    and ATM networks
  • MCS supports all types of networks in the world.
  • Desktop CPU is used minimally for the conference
  • About 16 on a Pentium 300
  • All entities are open systems and non-hardware
    specific.
  • Supports full duplex video at true color (64K
    colors) and full duplex CD quality Audio

9
Unique features of MCS
  • Meetings to be held in a virtual manner directly
    from your desktop
  • Extremely user-friendly interface
  • Takes 30 seconds to start a conference
  • Minimal cost incurred as the system uses existing
    network infrastructure
  • Supports any IP Based Network

10
Infrastructure
  • MCS supports all IP-based network architectures
    including
  • Broadband
  • Baseband
  • Wireless
  • Satellite

11
RSW Control Criteria
  • MCS Supports the RSW Control Criteria
  • The RSW Control Criteria is an advanced set of
    controls for Multimedia Conferencing
  • RSW Control Criteria allows up to six different
    method of control communications
  • MCS has implemented 4 of the 6 control criteria

12
Distributed Network Entities
  • Advantages
  • Enables Legacy Networks (i.e. Shared Ethernet) to
    support high-speed multimedia applications
  • i.e. Multimedia Conferencing.
  • Uses the standard IP language for communications
  • A futuristic architecture for high speed
    distributed processing platforms

13
Distributed Network Entities
  • Advantages
  • Open Systems Architecture
  • Allows implementation of entities in any OS and
    programming languages
  • Enables Bi-Directional multicast over ATM and
    non-multicast enabled routers

14
MCS Entities
  • Conference Server
  • Client
  • MLIC
  • Compression

15
MCS
Server
Server
WAN
Router
Router
MLIC
MLIC
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Screen Capture of MCS Client
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MLIC Entity
Server
Server
Client
Client
Client
Client
Router
MLIC
MLIC
Compress
Compress
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Compression Entity
  • Provides real-time compression and decompression
  • Particularly useful when bandwidth is an issue,
    like over the Internet.
  • The compression algorithms used are transparent.
  • Currently, the following are supported
  • MJPEG, INDIO, MPEG, H.261, YUV411, VDO

19
Implementation
  • MCS is extremely simple to implement
  • The server plugs directly into your network
  • All it needs is an IP address and the IP
    configuration information of your network
  • Clients are plug-and-play
  • The whole setup usually takes about 2 hours only

20
Intranet Within Organizations
WAN CLOUD
Sales
21
Intercommunication Between Countries
Par 3
COUNTRY C
Par 1
Par 2
COUNTRY B
APAN CLOUD
Par 4
COUNTRY A
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