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Introduction to our Videoconferencing, Webcasting and Satellite services.

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  1. 1. Since 1998
  2. 2. 1956 : AT&T builds the first Picturephone test system 1964 : AT&T introduces Picturephone at the World's Fair, New York
  3. 3. 1984 initial guidelines for implementing ISDN 1991 Sep : First commercial audio/video conference 1992 Sep : CU-SeeMe for Macintosh 1995 Aug : CU-SeeMe for Windows 1998 Aug : Microsoft NetMeeting –
  4. 4. 1998 July : Millennium Communications starts offering ISDN videoconference rentals in hotels and convention centers. 2000 Oct : First video cell phone 2001 Sep : World's first trans-Atlantic telemedicine gallbladder surgery 2001 Oct : TV reporters use portable satellite videophone to broadcast live from Afghanistan
  5. 5. May 2004 Millennium Communications offers videoconference over Internet T-1
  6. 6. Who is using Videoconferencing? The President of the United States
  7. 7. Military
  8. 8. Live Surgery
  9. 9. Videoconferencing New Environment Travel Budgets Have Been Slashed Hotels and Convention Centers are installing very fast High Speed Internet With Fiber Optics Meeting industry is embracing “Green Travel”
  10. 10. Videoconferencing Two Way Interactive Video and Audio ISDN Phone Lines Satellite Uplink/Downlink High Speed Internet Connection
  11. 11. Videoconferencing ISDN - Integrated Services Digital Network Point to Point or up to 20 Locations Using ISDN Phone Lines Similar To A Phone Call Via Public Phone Switch
  12. 12. Videoconferencing High Speed Internet Connection Connect By IP Address Instead of Phone Number Via the Internet
  13. 13. Videoconferencing Satellite Uplink/Downlink Broadcast Quality Video and Audio
  14. 14. Videoconferencing Other Methods Webcasting – One To Many Webconferencing – WebEx, GoToMeeting, Adobe Acrobat Connect Satellite – Broadcast Quality Video One To Many
  15. 15. Webcasting Broadcast on the Internet: Video Audio Power Point Media Server
  16. 16. Webcasting Planning A Webcast How Many People Will Log On? How Many Hours? Power Point? Real Player Windows Media Player? Archive For Future Viewing?
  17. 17. Videoconferencing Satellite Downlink Only In coming video and audio only Q and A over Telephone Hybrid
  18. 18. Videoconferencing A Green Travel Option Rising Fuel Costs Concern About The Environment Reducing Your Carbon Footprint
  19. 19. Videoconferencing A Green Travel Option CEO’s Keynote Speakers Regional Meetings Connected
  20. 20. High Definition Live Surgery What’s Next? High Definition Videoconferencing High Definition Webcasting
  21. 21. Millennium Provide Onsite Technician Contacting Technician on Farside Contacting Your Client to Assess needs Our Services Include:
  22. 22. Questions? 800-424-1517