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Real Life Interoperability in SuperOP

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  • 1. Achieving Real Life Interoperabilityin IMTC SuperOP event
  • 2. Real Life Interoperability is simple!
    Organize an industry event.
    • Get all the engineers in one room to test interoperability.
    • 3. Test Interoperability, mix it with some fun.
    The world became a little more interoperable
  • 4. SuperConnect
    Bringing all the interoperable devices to a single room
    Over 50 endpoints by: Cisco, Vidyo, Radvision, Teliris, Lifesize, Magor, Polycom, Ericcson, Huwei.
  • 5. SuperConnect
  • 6. SuperConnect
    SuperConnect 2011 was accomplished in record time of less than 20 minutes. (SuperConnect 2011 took 37 minutes)
    For the first time ever, number of SIP connections were equal or > than the number of H.323 connections.
  • 7. TIP
    First ever Telepresence Interoperability Protocol interop testing event.
    Participating companies – Acme Packet, AT&T, Cisco, Huawei, Polycom, Radvision and Teliris.
    Over 200 calls performed during testing.
  • 8. SIP Parity AG
    Participating companies – Acme Packet, Lifesize, Bluejeans, Cisco, Huawei, Polycom, Radvision and Magor Corporation.
    H264 HD video on AVC and SVC profiles, BFCP, H.239, Multipoint Calls and more.
  • 9. PSS AG
    Participating companies – Alcatel-Lucent, Nexstreaming, NXT, Orange-FT, Packet Video, Qualcomm, Real Networks and Samsung.
    RTSP Basic and Advance, Apple Live Streaming and Microsoft IIS Smooth Streaming.
  • 10. SVC, METADATA AND Conferencing AG
    Ad-Hoc for H.323 based Videoconferencing.
    SVC – H.323 focused, mobile systems, co-op with UCIF.
    Metadata led by Fr. Andrea Basso from AT&T – focus on Video Conferencing and Telepresence.