Video Conferencing Are you thinking about it? Diane Richter AT&T Agenda Video Conferencing, why now? Questions to ask yourself Components of a video network Video Hardware ISDN video conferencing IP video conferencing What is driving the growth of Video Conferencing
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Are you thinking about it?
Legal, Depositions & Partner meetings
It is all about getting the right person
in the right place at the right time
New systems or procedures?
Are you happy with web training or teletraining?
What about your sales meetings?
How often do you meet face to face?
Would it help to meet more often?
Project planning meetings?
If you met more often and spent less time traveling, would you be able to get a product developed more rapidly?
How much new revenue do you think you could generate if you traveled less but met more often?
Meetings with key customers and suppliers?
Would it help to have better access to your suppliers?
Do you know if they have video conferencing?
Tell me about your travel policy and budget
Is your company under pressure to reduce expenses?
Has your travel budget been affected by the weakened economy?
Do you have any new security policies that affect business travel?
Have the new airport security measure impacted the productivity of your traveling employees?
Where does your travel department report into? Is that department interested in reducing expenses?What is your business need?
The technology is constantly improving. If it has been > 1years, it is better, less expensive and easier to manage and use now.
Are most of your meetings internal or external?
Internal, you can utilize your existing IP network
External we offer a secure gateway that allows you to call to either ISDN or IP endpoints without investing in the hardware
What type of LAN/WAN network do you have in place?
Video can run effectively over MIS, ATM and IPeFR, as well as ISDN.
Public internet is not a business quality alternative.
Did you know that 84% of all video hardware is capable of either IP or ISDN calling?
You may not need to covert your existing video hardware, it could be IP capable today.Consider…
BRIVideoconferencing Network Components
With a service provider
Within your own network
IP enabled Frame Relay
MISAT&T’s Video GatewaySafe, secure communications between public and separate private networks
Private Networks Public Networks
IP/VC-Based Enterprise Videoconferencing Network
H.323 Group System
What is the effect of...
Delay < 150 ms. end-to-end
Jitter < 150 ms
Packet loss < 1-3%
DataHow Much Bandwidth Do You Need?
Video Data Rate + 20% = Bandwidth Required
Video Data RateBW Required
128kbps = 153kbps
384kbps = 460kbps
< 33% of Link
512kbps = 614kbps
768kbps = 921kbps
< 75% of Link Capacity
1.5Mbps = 1.8Mbps
Built into all Cisco Routers and Switches with Cisco IOS™
Managed Bridging Services
What does AT&T Offer?
ü = AT&T offers
üConsulting - Fee-based Advice on videoconferencing over IP
Videoconferencing Rooms - Fully equipped and supported videoconferencing room rental
üEndpoint Equipment - Camera/codec/screens for PCs or videoconferencing rooms
(Co-marketing with Polycom)
üPremise Based Gateway Equipment - IP - ISDN protocol conversion equipment
operating on customers premise (Co-marketing with Cisco)
üNetwork Based Gateway Equipment - IP - ISDN protocol conversion equipment
operating in the network (AT&T Video Gateway Service)
üNetwork Services - ISDN, ATM, Frame, MIS supporting videoconferencing
(AT&T network services)
üVideoconferencing Mulitpoint Bridging Service - Provides call set-up and
hands-on support of a customer’s videoconferencing multipoint calls/events;
(AT&T Video Bridging Service)