Innovation Vidéo de Lync 2013

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Innovation Vidéo de Lync 2013 : codec, connexion avec des terminaux tiers…
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François Doremieux, Microsoft Corp et Dominique Perret, Polycom

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  • Slide Objective:Set context, discuss the status quo of enterprise communications, the impact consumerization has on the discussion and present the Microsoft vision for Unified Communications.Initial Build - Communications Today, Talking Points:Technology has brought us a very long way in terms of how we communicate in the business world. But as communication and collaboration technologies have evolved, they have done so independently, in parallel with one another, creating communication silos. In the meantime, the way we work is changing; business is operating at a faster pace and frequently across time zones. As a society we are more mobile, have greater access to technology outside of the workplace and have expectations to match. Today’s Information Workers are using a variety of products and services to meet all of these needs in their professional and personal lives. For most companies today, telephony and voice mail, e-mail, IM, audio conferencing, video conferencing, Web conferencing, and group communication tools all live in their own disconnected silos. Each has evolved a separate operating platform—often with proprietary third-party technology—separate clients,authentication, separate administration, and separate storage and compliance. Add to that all of the consumer oriented tools and services we are using in our daily lives - the result is an enormous headache for the end user, who has to remember separate phone numbers, account names, and passwords. Plus, these users have limited communication with each device—for example, not being able to make audio calls from their computers. Ultimately, their communication is disconnected, and their collaboration and innovation are hindered. These independent silos, which now encompass enterprise and consumer, have led to redundancies and inefficiencies for the IT administrator as well. It has become difficult and expensive to maintain them and to ensure each is in compliance with business and government regulations, is secure and manageable in the long term. Final Build - The Microsoft Unified Communications Vision, Talking Points:Microsoft® Lync® 2013 is an enterprise-ready unified communications platform. Lync connects hundreds of millions of people everywhere, on Windows 8 and other devices, as part of their everyday productivity experience. Lyncreduces complexity by putting people at the center of the communications experience. Our goal is to integrate all of the ways we contact each other in a single environment— using a single client, identity – while providing businesses with the power to choose how they provision those services—whether on their own premises, as cloud services, or in a hybrid mode.Lync provides a consistent, single client experience for presence, instant messaging, voice, video and a great meeting experience. Lync delivers an experience that is differentiated from any other Unified Communications solution in the industry with best-of-breed integration in the Office family of apps. Lync users focus less on how to use the tools and direct their energy to meeting the needs of their business. With Lync as the UC platform, IT administrators are able to modernize their operations and simplify administration with Active Directory, common data store, and a shared set of archive and compliance tools, across multiple UC components (e.g. email and instant messaging).
  • These images are provided as examples, and do not represent the final UI, and are subject to change.
  • These images are provided as examples, and do not represent the final UI, and are subject to change.
  • These are not unique to the pchat—include for the client extension too
  • These images are provided as examples, and do not represent the final UI, and are subject to change.
  • Slide Objective: Describe new video codec and new capabilities. Notes:Market and customer expectations force investment on video enhancementMultiview video requiredH.264 SVC using temporal scalability—different frame rates out of one stream. Temporal (frame rate) scalability: the motion compensation dependencies are structured so that complete pictures (i.e., their associated packets) can be dropped from the bitstreamH264 AVC/SVC codec allows to adapt video stream depending on different kinds of devices, networks, and of screen sizesHD 1080p video now available in conferencesTelepresence integration through gateways without transcoding if the device is ever compliant with H264 AVC/SVCAV MCU has to be correctly sized according to capabilities required because it is at the center AV MCU receive multiple stream and send the correct stream based on the device capability of the participant
  • Title: What Is Call Admission Control?Length: 1 minuteInstructor Notes:Explain the purpose of Call Admission Control. Basically:QoS will help you allocate bandwidth in a Network that is restricted. If you make more calls than the available bandwidth is capable of, quality will be poorCAC will help you not to oversubscribe the bandwidth allocated and guarantee good callsLimit the number of calls:Provide a better user experienceManages bandwidth for audio and videoBased on subnet of endpoint:Enforce policies on links between sitesProvide seamless support for roaming users of Lync Server 2013who are moving between different sitesRerouting behavior when bandwidth limited exceededCall admission control (CAC) – only available from Lync Server 2010 up – is a solution that determines whether or not a real-time session can be established based on the available bandwidth to help prevent poor quality of experience (QoE) for users on congested networks.Lync Server 2013 CAC controls real-time traffic only for audio and video, but does not affect data traffic. CAC may route the call through an Internet path when the default WAN path does not have the required bandwidth. Real-time communications are sensitive to latency and packet loss that can occur on congested networks. CAC determines, based on available network bandwidth, whether to allow real-time communications sessions, such as voice or video calls. The CAC design in Lync Server 2013 offers four main attributes:It is simple to deploy and manage without requiring additional equipment, such as specially configured routers.It addresses critical Unified Communications (UC) scenarios, such as roaming users and multiple points of presence. CAC policies are enforced based on where the endpoint is located, not where the user is homed.In addition to voice calls, it can be applied to other traffic, such as video calls and conferencing sessions.It provides the flexibility to define a logical network that is different from your physical network topology.
  • Title: What Is Call Admission Control?Length: 1 minuteInstructor Notes:Explain the purpose of Call Admission Control. Basically:QoS will help you allocate bandwidth in a Network that is restricted. If you make more calls than the available bandwidth is capable of, quality will be poorCAC will help you not to oversubscribe the bandwidth allocated and guarantee good callsLimit the number of calls:Provide a better user experienceManages bandwidth for audio and videoBased on subnet of endpoint:Enforce policies on links between sitesProvide seamless support for roaming users of Lync Server 2013who are moving between different sitesRerouting behavior when bandwidth limited exceededCall admission control (CAC) – only available from Lync Server 2010 up – is a solution that determines whether or not a real-time session can be established based on the available bandwidth to help prevent poor quality of experience (QoE) for users on congested networks.Lync Server 2013 CAC controls real-time traffic only for audio and video, but does not affect data traffic. CAC may route the call through an Internet path when the default WAN path does not have the required bandwidth. Real-time communications are sensitive to latency and packet loss that can occur on congested networks. CAC determines, based on available network bandwidth, whether to allow real-time communications sessions, such as voice or video calls. The CAC design in Lync Server 2013 offers four main attributes:It is simple to deploy and manage without requiring additional equipment, such as specially configured routers.It addresses critical Unified Communications (UC) scenarios, such as roaming users and multiple points of presence. CAC policies are enforced based on where the endpoint is located, not where the user is homed.In addition to voice calls, it can be applied to other traffic, such as video calls and conferencing sessions.It provides the flexibility to define a logical network that is different from your physical network topology.
  • Title: What Is Call Admission Control?Length: 1 minuteInstructor Notes:Explain the purpose of Call Admission Control. Basically:QoS will help you allocate bandwidth in a Network that is restricted. If you make more calls than the available bandwidth is capable of, quality will be poorCAC will help you not to oversubscribe the bandwidth allocated and guarantee good callsLimit the number of calls:Provide a better user experienceManages bandwidth for audio and videoBased on subnet of endpoint:Enforce policies on links between sitesProvide seamless support for roaming users of Lync Server 2013who are moving between different sitesRerouting behavior when bandwidth limited exceededCall admission control (CAC) – only available from Lync Server 2010 up – is a solution that determines whether or not a real-time session can be established based on the available bandwidth to help prevent poor quality of experience (QoE) for users on congested networks.Lync Server 2013 CAC controls real-time traffic only for audio and video, but does not affect data traffic. CAC may route the call through an Internet path when the default WAN path does not have the required bandwidth. Real-time communications are sensitive to latency and packet loss that can occur on congested networks. CAC determines, based on available network bandwidth, whether to allow real-time communications sessions, such as voice or video calls. The CAC design in Lync Server 2013 offers four main attributes:It is simple to deploy and manage without requiring additional equipment, such as specially configured routers.It addresses critical Unified Communications (UC) scenarios, such as roaming users and multiple points of presence. CAC policies are enforced based on where the endpoint is located, not where the user is homed.In addition to voice calls, it can be applied to other traffic, such as video calls and conferencing sessions.It provides the flexibility to define a logical network that is different from your physical network topology.
  • Title: What Is Call Admission Control?Length: 1 minuteInstructor Notes:Explain the purpose of Call Admission Control. Basically:QoS will help you allocate bandwidth in a Network that is restricted. If you make more calls than the available bandwidth is capable of, quality will be poorCAC will help you not to oversubscribe the bandwidth allocated and guarantee good callsLimit the number of calls:Provide a better user experienceManages bandwidth for audio and videoBased on subnet of endpoint:Enforce policies on links between sitesProvide seamless support for roaming users of Lync Server 2013who are moving between different sitesRerouting behavior when bandwidth limited exceededCall admission control (CAC) – only available from Lync Server 2010 up – is a solution that determines whether or not a real-time session can be established based on the available bandwidth to help prevent poor quality of experience (QoE) for users on congested networks.Lync Server 2013 CAC controls real-time traffic only for audio and video, but does not affect data traffic. CAC may route the call through an Internet path when the default WAN path does not have the required bandwidth. Real-time communications are sensitive to latency and packet loss that can occur on congested networks. CAC determines, based on available network bandwidth, whether to allow real-time communications sessions, such as voice or video calls. The CAC design in Lync Server 2013 offers four main attributes:It is simple to deploy and manage without requiring additional equipment, such as specially configured routers.It addresses critical Unified Communications (UC) scenarios, such as roaming users and multiple points of presence. CAC policies are enforced based on where the endpoint is located, not where the user is homed.In addition to voice calls, it can be applied to other traffic, such as video calls and conferencing sessions.It provides the flexibility to define a logical network that is different from your physical network topology.
  • *O365–Shared multitenancy environment. Native support is available for some endpoints and infrastructure solutions when working with O365-Dedicated and the Hybrid environment is not required.
  • We also have a lower cost “USB only” option without SIP Telephony – ordered as “CX5100”. In most cases, you should position the CX5500 which can be used as a “conference phone” in the room when Lync video is not used on a call.
  • Innovation Vidéo de Lync 2013

    1. 1. aka.ms/lync-conference
    2. 2. Communications unifiées Microsoft Enterprise-ready Unified communications platform
    3. 3. Lync est disponible sur la plateforme de votre choix PC Mac Smartphones Tablettes Navigateurs Lync Room System
    4. 4. Signature scenarios I can initiate immersive communication with multiple people I can see and hear meeting participants I can see shared presentations and content Supporting features Ad-hoc A/V conferencing initiation Roster with active speaker support Data collaboration and shared application viewing
    5. 5. Signature scenarios I can initiate immersive communication with multiple people I can see and hear meeting participants I can see shared presentations and content Supporting features Ad-hoc A/V conferencing initiation Roster with active speaker support Data collaboration and shared application viewing
    6. 6. Lync 2013 (1080p@30fps, H.264, 720@30fps RTV) Not qualified for Lync 2013 interoperability Not qualified for Lync 2013 interoperability Lync 2013 interoperability qualified room system (1080p@30fps, H.264, 720@30fps RTV) HD Video HD + CIF Video Alan Brian 720p CIF Video AVMCU Heidi (CIF)
    7. 7. Création de profils d’utilisation • Autorisation ou non de la video en P2P, Conférence • Réglage de la resolution autorisée • Application en fonction de l’utilisateur, du site • Autorisation ou non du multifenêtrage • Autre 13
    8. 8. QoS supporté par Lync • • • • Non nécessaire mais recommandé Marqué par les clients et les serveurs Lync (DSCP) Ou par le réseau (ports/IP) Classes différentes pour l’Audio, Vidéo, Partage… 14
    9. 9. Limite l’impact de la solution sur le réseau • • • • • Fourni une meilleure expérience utilisateur Limite le nombre de sessions simultanées Gestion séparée de l’audio et de la video Basé sur le subnet IP du client Reroutage des flux possible sur le PSTN et ou sur Internet 15
    10. 10. Métriques Vidéo Multipoint et P2P • Rapport de performance spécifique aux Codec • Métriques pour chaque flux vidéo (Multifenêtrage) • Métriques agrégées pour évaluer la performance vidéo globale • Métriques supplémentaires pour identifier les sessions vidéo de mauvaise qualité • Métriques identifiant l’utilisation ou non de la correction d’erreur (FEC) 16
    11. 11. Native Calling Integration P2P Call Polycom Conference Bridge
    12. 12. Native Capabilities Centralized Conference Control Protocol (CCCP) Conferencing Core Scheduled Conferences Lync Clients Lync Phones Video Endpoints Conferencing Features SIP Phones
    13. 13. Polycom Content Sharing Suite with Lync Software application that enables Lync clients and standards-based (H.239/BFCP) video 2013to share content solutions Lync 2013 Support: Scalable solution to 1m users leveraging hardware load balancers Licensing based upon concurrent users Lynx 2013 sharing application or desktop Lync 2013 receiving content from Polycom Room Polycom room sharing content to Lync 2013
    14. 14. Polycom Lync Integration Capabilities Signaling Native Microsoft SIP Registration Federation Encryption Monitoring Lync 2013
    15. 15. Polycom Lync Integration Capabilities Media (RTV) Supported Features RealTime Video RTV - HD 720p (16:9) Bandwidth Management Firewall & NAT Traversal Audio Support Lync 2013
    16. 16. Polycom Components for Native Integration Lync 2013 customer and videoconference equipment call a same secure meeting room with high quality voice, video, and content sharing with encryption end to end. HDX: Lync licence ( RTV , CCCP) Group Series: Lync licence ( SVC ,RTV , CCCP) DMA 7000 : Trunk SIP between Lync server and DMA 7000 RMX : Extends Continuous Presence and High Definition conferencing to Lync clients Transcoding for different call rates, video/audio algorithms, signaling, and resolution Conferencing interconnectivity to ISND ,SIP and H.323 endpoints CSS : Content Sharing Suite Content Sharing Suite allows Lync users to easily start sharing or receiving high resolution content with standards-based (H.239 and BFCP) video systems that resemble native Lync contentOrange experience 26 interne sharing
    17. 17. Architecture pour Lync On-premise Polycom Room Systems and MCU integrated natively to Lync 2013 Microsoft Lync 2013 Environment Webcam Active Directory HDX Lync Pool VTC (HDX, GS rooms) Lync Edge Server ( MS-SIP; MS-RTV, H264 SVC ) Front End Server Contoso Webcam HDX (H323, SIP; H264) HDX Other Third Party Room Systems none integrated natively to Lync 2013, like H323 endpoints, can join the same conference directly via Polycom Signaling Media Authentication External VTC HDX External HDX or GS Rooms Provisionning External Remote Lync User
    18. 18. Architecture pour Lync On-premise Polycom Room Systems and MCU integrated natively to Lync 2013 Microsoft Lync 2013 Environment Webcam MCU (RMX) ( MS-SIP; MS-RTV, H264 SVC ) Active Directory RMX HDX VTC (HDX, GS rooms) GateKeeper (DMA) ( MS-SIP; MS-RTV, Lync Pool CSS Lync Edge Server H264 SVC ) Front End Server Contoso Webcam HDX (H323, SIP; H264) HDX Other Third Party Room Systems none integrated natively to Lync 2013, like H323 endpoints, can join the same conference directly via Polycom Signaling Media Authentication External VTC HDX External HDX or GS Rooms Provisionning External Remote Lync User
    19. 19. Intéroperabilité Polycom avec Lync Office 365 Lync On-Premises (Hosted/Managed) Lync Online company.com company.com Lync Edge Server Lync Hybrid vmr1@company.com RMX CX7000 Registration HDX hdx1@company.com Call Direction lync1@company.com CX5000
    20. 20. *Concept Image Only
    21. 21. CX5000 HD (2012) New CX5500 and CX5100 Active Speaker Video 720p/15fps 1080p/30fps Panoramic Video 1056 x 144 1920 x 288 Audio 150 Hz – 7.5 kHz 160Hz to 22kHz Telephony Analog (POTS) or USB CX5500 – USB (via Lync client) or SIP Telephony CX5100 – USB only (via Lync client) USB USB 2.0 USB 3.0 Privacy Cap None NEW Locking Captive Privacy Cap 2X video improvement with highest Polycom audio quality

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