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From Campuses to Countries: How New Capabilities are Enabling Global Voice and Video Collaboration

Time 04/23/13 10:00AM-11:30AM

Session Abstract

The clients, technologies, and bandwidth needed for worldwide real-time collaboration using voice and high definition video exists, but why is it still so hard for end-users to use? With so many new videoconferencing standards and technologies, it can be difficult to keep track of what's out there and how we can leverage these things in the real world to improve our campus communication environments. This session will focus on tangible current and future capabilities that can improve global video collaboration. The main focus will be on ENUM: an easy-to-deploy and use enhancement which has reached a critical mass globally. This session will include an overview of ENUM and the NRENum tree, as well as a NREN and campus implementation examples Finally, we will look to the future and emerging capabilities including WebRTC, the H.265 Video Codec, Layered Switching, Resource Abstraction, and Ultra Low Latency Video Applications.

Speakers

Speaker Ben Fineman Internet2

Speaker Peter Szegedi TERENA

Speaker Adi Aditya University of Michigan

Speaker Bill Efthimiou AARNet

Speaker Mesz Mih NIIF

Presentation Media

Secondary tracks Video Technologies National/Regional Collaboration Middleware International Innovations in Infrastructure Industry Partnership Development and Engagement Global Reach and Leadership Cyberinfrastructure Cloud Services Arts and Humanities Advanced Network Services and Leadership

Session Media

media item thumbnail From Campuses to Countries: How New Capabilities are Enabling Global Voice and Video Collaboration Netcast Archive The clients, technologies, and bandwidth needed for worldwide real-time collaboration using voice and high definition video exists, but why is it still so hard for end-users to use? With so many new videoconferencing standards and technologies, it can be difficult to keep track of what's out there and how we can leverage these things in the real world to improve our campus communication environments. This session will focus on tangible current and future capabilities that can improve global video collaboration. The main focus will be on ENUM: an easy-to-deploy and use enhancement which has reached a critical mass globally. This session will include an overview of ENUM and the NRENum tree, as well as a NREN and campus implementation examples Finally, we will look to the future and emerging capabilities including WebRTC, the H.265 Video Codec, Layered Switching, Resource Abstraction, and Ultra Low Latency Video Applications. media item thumbnail From Campuses to Countries: How New Capabilities are Enabling Global Voice and Video Collaboration Netcast Archive The clients, technologies, and bandwidth needed for worldwide real-time collaboration using voice and high definition video exists, but why is it still so hard for end-users to use? With so many new videoconferencing standards and technologies, it can be difficult to keep track of what's out there and how we can leverage these things in the real world to improve our campus communication environments. This session will focus on tangible current and future capabilities that can improve global video collaboration. The main focus will be on ENUM: an easy-to-deploy and use enhancement which has reached a critical mass globally. This session will include an overview of ENUM and the NRENum tree, as well as a NREN and campus implementation examples Finally, we will look to the future and emerging capabilities including WebRTC, the H.265 Video Codec, Layered Switching, Resource Abstraction, and Ultra Low Latency Video Applications.

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