Ståle Hansen - Understand how video works in lync and how video interoperability can be utilized

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Ståle Hansen - Understand how video works in lync and how video interoperability can be utilized

  1. 1. Ståle Hansen Understand Lync Video and Interop @ @NICconf
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  3. 3. • • • • • • • • • 1964 1971 1988 1994 1996 2002 2005 2007 2013 – – – – – – – – – AT&T Picturephone Ericsson first trans-atlantic video telephone (LME) call H.261 ratified CU-SeeMe for MAC and Windows H.320 ISDN, H.323 RTPIP, H.239 presentation, H.263 H.263 ratified LCS with H.261 and RDP for presentation OCS adding RTV and software based MCU Lync 2013 adding H.264 SVC @ @NICconf
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  5. 5. Scope Lync Server Lync Hybrid Lync Online Lync Server Private cloud / dedicated Single domain & directory Users split – server / online Office 365 Lync Online Hosted multi-tenant @ @NICconf
  6. 6. Session Objectives And Takeaways • Session Objectives: • What’s new in Lync 2013 Video • Lessons learned with Lync Room System (LRS) • Latest news in Lync video interoperability • Key Takeaways • SVC is the new video codec, RTV is legacy • Pexip and Acano solves desktopsharing in interop scenarios @ @NICconf
  7. 7. WHAT’S NEW IN LYNC 2013 VIDEO? @ @NICconf
  8. 8. Lync 2013 Video Improvements • Collocated • 4000 concurrent users per pool with 12 Front Ends • 250 within a single conference • 375 per Front End • Dedicated for large meetings • For 250-1000 concurrent users @ @NICconf
  9. 9. Lync 2013 Video Improvements • Point-to-point • Up to HD 1080p • 2 CPU cores • H.264 (up to HD 1080p) • RTVideo (up to HD 720p) or • Panoramic video (up to 1920x288, also available in multi-point) • Conferences • H.264 (up to 1080p) • RTVideo (up to VGA) • Up to 5 active speakers @ @NICconf
  10. 10. What about mobility? • Lync 2010 Mobile • • • • • • • No Voice/Video over IP experience Point-to-point video Multi-party video (Gallery View) Leveraging H.264 SVC H.264 encoding within ARM chipsets • • • • Point-to-point video Multi-party video (single active speaker) Leveraging H.264 SVC H.264 encoding within ARM chipsets Windows 8/RT Modern UI Lync 2013 Mobile @ @NICconf
  11. 11. HOW DOES LYNC 2013 VIDEO WORK @ @NICconf
  12. 12. Lync 2010/Office Communications Server Active Speaker Traditional Video Conferencing Lync A/V MCU VC MCU Previous Speaker Other Attendees @ @NICconf
  13. 13. 1 User 1’s Lync client sends low + high res streams MCU sends full stream to User 2 6 2 User 2 puts User 1 in full screen 5 3 Initially, all users are sending a single stream of video and receiving streams of up to 5 other participants 4 MCU continues to send low resolution streams to all other users @ @NICconf
  14. 14. Video codec Resolution and aspect ratio Maximum video payload bit rate (Kbps) Minimum video payload bit rate (Kbps) Typical bit rate (Kbps) H.264 320x180 (16:9) 212x160 (4:3) 250 15 200 H.264/RTVide o 424x240 (16:9)) 320x240 (4:3 350 100 280 H.264 480x270 (16:9) 424x320 (4:3) 450 200 350 H.264/RTVide o 640x360 (16:9) 640x480 (4:3) 800 300 640 H.264 848x480 (16:9) 1500 400 1200 H.264 960x540 (16:9) 2000 500 1600 H.264/RTVide o 1280x720 (16:9) 2500 700 2000 H.264 1920x1080 (16:9) 4000 500 3200 H.264/RTVide o 960x144 (20:3) 500 15 400 H.264 1280x192 (20:3) 1000 250 H.264 1920x288 (20:3) 2000 500 @ @NICconf
  15. 15. Gallery View @ @NICconf
  16. 16. Video Cropping Control Copped at client side No cropping for conferences SIP SRTP / RTCP @ @NICconf
  17. 17. LYNC ROOM SYSTEM (LRS) @ @NICconf
  18. 18. • Familiar • Native Lync • Windows Embedded 7 Standard @ @NICconf
  19. 19. • Joining the LRS to a domain is optional • • • • • Requires manual import of certificates (for example, trusted root). Easy certificate import. Easy management by assigning Active Directory groups and domain users administrative rights. Joining to a domain has benefits When joining LRS to a domain, pay attention to • • • GPOs (Group Policy objects) assigned to the OU (organizational unit) create a separate OU if possible. Block Inheritance and No Override can cause unwanted effects - check! Also settings for auto lockout, power management, additional authentication, access to local drives, auto start of applications, and so on. @ @NICconf
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  21. 21. LRS and bandwidth • Fullscreen video, 1080p • 1920x1080 (16:9) • Typical 3200 kbps • Bigger multiview • Conferencing is the norm @ @NICconf
  22. 22. LYNC 2013 AND INTEROPERABILITY @ @NICconf
  23. 23. Lync conferencing @ @NICconf
  24. 24. P2P Native SVC @ @NICconf
  25. 25. Conferencing Native SVC @ @NICconf
  26. 26. Interoperability partners • • • • • • Polycom Cisco Radvision Lifesize Pexip Acano @ @NICconf
  27. 27. Polycom • Released firmware 8.1 for Polycom RMX MCUs (video bridges) compatible with Lync 2013 • http://downloads.polycom.com/bridging_collab/rmx/relnotes/RMX _Release_Notes_V_8_1_CP.pdf • Released firmware 3.1.2 for Polycom HDX family (video terminals) compatible with Lync 2013 • http://downloads.polycom.com/video/hdx/ReleaseNotes/hdx_RelN otes_3_1_2.pdf • Currently in the process of certification of these solutions in UCOIP @ @NICconf
  28. 28. Radvision • Committed to providing Lync 2013 video interoperability • Radvision Scopa Video gateway certified for Lync 2010 version 7.7 expected to work with Lync 2013 (using RTVideo and Lync 2010 level features) • http://www.radvision.com/NR/rdonlyres/A4A8D519-AEFF415B-AFFF3B1DF56E903D/0/LyncDeployment_Guide_for_SCOPIA_Vid eo_Gateway_for_Microsoft_Lync_Version_77_Updated.pdf @ @NICconf
  29. 29. Lifesize • Lifesize UVC Mutlipoint bridge claimed compatible with Lync 2010 and 2013 • http://www.lifesize.com/en/products/videoconferencing-infrastructure/software-based-bridge @ @NICconf
  30. 30. Pexip and Acano • • • • Interop bridge between Lync and the rest Support all clients, even webRTC Support for RTV and SVC Clients need to join separate MCU @ @NICconf
  31. 31. Application Sharing solved! @ @NICconf
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  33. 33. Pexip/Acano Transcodes to requested codec With application sharing @ @NICconf
  34. 34. Pexip • Software based • Can be virtualized with Vmware • Hyper-V on the roadmap • Own client and room to control meeting @ @NICconf
  35. 35. Active Speaker Video endpoint 1 HD (previous speaker) + 2 PIP (1,2 HD) Lync Pexip Conf US Lync 1 HD (active speaker) + 2 PIP (1,2 HD) Pexip Conf NO Lync Lync @ @NICconf
  36. 36. Acano • Hardware optimized • Can be virtualized • Own client and room to control meeting @ @NICconf
  37. 37. Interoperability “built in” to Lync • Lync P2P video calls to VTC • VTC P2P call to Lync • Lync invites VTC to spontaneous or “Meet Now” Lync meeting (via Lync AVMCU) • VTC is able to join a scheduled Lync Meeting via “Join Lync Meeting” invite @ @NICconf
  38. 38. Session Objectives And Takeaways • Session Objectives: • What’s new in Lync 2013 Video • Lessons learned with Lync Room System (LRS) • Latest news in Lync video interoperability • Key Takeaways • SVC is the new video codec, RTV is legacy • Pexip and Acano solves desktopsharing in interop scenarios @ @NICconf
  39. 39. Lync vide at #LyncConf14 @ @NICconf
  40. 40. Questions? @ @NICconf
  41. 41. Please evaluate the session before you leave Thank you  @ @NICconf

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