FutureComm 2010: HD Video to the Desktop - Desktop UC Client Engine


Published on

Published in: Technology
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

No Downloads
Total views
On SlideShare
From Embeds
Number of Embeds
Embeds 0
No embeds

No notes for slide
  • Legacy systems causes extra noise
  • Complete Desktop Client engine:
    Multi protocol support (SIP, H.323)
    Media Control and Codecs
    Superior video and audio quality
    Optimized for Desktop PC
    Telephony services:
    Telephony services (Call, Caller ID, N-Way Calls, Multi-line support) Simple integration (high level APIs , easy to use)
    Supplementary services (Call Hold, Mute, Transfer, Forward, Call Waiting)
    Pre-integrated with Hardware platform:
    BEEHD provide optimized solution for Intel base platforms (Desktop)
    Short integration time with peripherals (Camera, speakers, microphone)
    IM/Presence Service module:
    Standard-based instant messaging protocol (MSRP)
    Interoperability with other instant messages
    Standard-based Presence protocol (SIMPLE, XDM)
    Service module that handles all Presence and IM application APIs
  • FutureComm 2010: HD Video to the Desktop - Desktop UC Client Engine

    1. 1. Name: Title: HD Video to the Desktop Desktop UC client engine Tomer Saar Product Manager October 2010
    2. 2. Poll question: what is the most important aspect of an HD video terminal? Audio quality Video quality Camera quality Ease of use BOM cost
    3. 3. Case Study UC Client implementation using BEEHD
    4. 4. What do I need? Signaling protocol Video & Audio Telephony Interoperability System management Proprietary needs Fast lane to service Future plans: Support home users Quality Presence and IM
    5. 5. Which signaling protocol? SIP: Point-to-Point calls Moderated conference H.323 for legacy deployments
    6. 6. Video Telephony – which codecs? H.264 High quality video codec 720p 30fps H.263 Legacy video codec
    7. 7. Audio Telephony Codec: G.711 Audio algorithms: AEC, AGC, NS
    8. 8. Interoperability RADVISION BEEHD for Desktop
    9. 9. System Integration Integration with management systems Remote configuration Software upgrade Quality Installation setup (incl. .NET & DirectX) GUI test application
    10. 10. Sample GUI application Provide customer with out of the Box GUI for reference use and example how to use the BEEHD high level API’s.
    11. 11. Proprietary needs – PS RTP Multicast Support non-standard cameras Web based call initiation Start call only after attendant approval
    12. 12. Next steps
    13. 13. Working from home
    14. 14. Home users requirements Quality Internet asymmetrical line Unmanaged network Private network Behind NAT Firewall
    15. 15. Quality Maintain Quality over unmanaged networks High Definition video over Internet Overcome network issues such as packet loss
    16. 16. Private network Working behind FW/NAT SIP – ICE: TURN/STUN H.323 – H.460 Tunneling
    17. 17. Software download and upgrade BEEHD for Desktop
    18. 18. More features Presence Instant Messaging
    19. 19. Functional Architecture Customer User Interface Desktop client engine Telephony Services Pre-Integration with HW Platform IM/Presence Service Module Intel Hardware Platform
    20. 20. Our customers’ target applications Unified communication (UC) E-learning Remote health services Remote banking Remote gaming Calling center Soft-phone Web pages (Client side) Other applications …
    21. 21. Where to Find Us? Corporate site Community Blogs Newsletter twitter This seminar, online: http://community.radvision.com/page/futurecomm-2010/
    22. 22. Name: Title:Tomer Saar tomers@radvision.com Product Manager Thank you!