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Video over IP. Tony Johnston Cable & Wireless Optus Principal Consultant Data & Business Services. Agenda. Evolution of Video over IP IP Data Transport Options Network QoS Requirements Video over IP services trialed by Optus Future Developments. We are Here!.

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Video over ip

Video over IP

Tony Johnston

Cable & Wireless Optus

Principal Consultant

Data & Business Services


Agenda

Agenda

  • Evolution of Video over IP

  • IP Data Transport Options

  • Network QoS Requirements

  • Video over IP services trialed by Optus

  • Future Developments


Evolution of video over ip

We are Here!

Evolution of Video over IP

Normal Technical Adoption Curve

%

Market

Share

Time

Early

Adoption

Mainstream

Adoption

Mature Market


Ip data transport options

IP Data Transport Options

  • Core Technology - (covered by Allan)

  • Access (Tail) technology

    ISDN xDSL

    Frame RelayATM

    Gig Ethernet

    etc…

  • Lots of Options now available


Network qos requirements

Network QoS Requirements

  • Packet loss

  • Network Delay

  • Priority for Real Time data.

  • Same issues as Voice over IP

Unlimited bandwidth is not

the only Solution


Video over ip tests

Video over IP Tests

  • Aim

    • As a carrier to understand the limitations and issues over core networks and platforms.

    • to compare Internet based services performance to ISDN based services.


Video ip equipment used

Video IP Equipment used

  • GVT supplied

    • PictureTel 900 Videoconference system

    • PictureTel 600 Videoconference system.

    • PictureTel 330 Multiconference Unit (H.323)

    • InnoMedia IP VideoPhone (2)


Video over ip

Carrier Services utilised

  • Internet Services (Optus ADSL).

    • 2 Melbourne locations

    • 2 Sydney locations

  • IP Datacentre with High speed connection to Internet. (Fibre)

  • Residential Internet services

    • Optus Cable modem

    • Telstra ADSL.


Video over ip

Cable

Modem

[email protected]

Cisco Systems

AGS +

Bigpond ADSL

ADSL

Modem

Optus, Sydney

Optus MDC Melbourne

ADSL

Modem

Optus, Melbourne

Video-conference

Bridge

ADSL

Modem

NetAccess ADSL

2 Mb/256K

5Mb

PVC(Internet)

NetAccess ADSL

2 Mb/256K

C&W Optus Internet

NetAccess ADSL

1 Mb/256K

NetAccess ADSL

1 Mb/256K

ADSL

Modem

ADSL

Modem

GVT, Melbourne

GVT, Sydney


Point to point tests

Point to Point Tests

  • Optus ADSL connected V/C units gave best performance at 128K throughput settings.

    • Capable at 256K but higher loss ratio

    • Included Netmeeting & IP Videophones

  • Residential Internet services

    • Optus Cable modem

      • PictureTel 900 - 128K quality

    • Telstra ADSL.

      • NetMeeting - 64K Quality


  • Multipoint tests

    Multipoint Tests

    • Videoconference Bridge connected and worked with all V/C units.

      • PictureTel 900 & 600 Videoconference systems, Optus ADSL and Cable modem

      • IP Video phone over Optus ADSL

      • Netmeeting over Otpus ADSL

      • Note: Telstra ADSL NetMeeting connection not tested in Mulituser session.

    • Best performance at 128K throughput settings.


    Future developments

    Future Developments

    All new Videoconference products are supporting functional IP based services.

    Carriers to consider implementing a Public Video IP network and ISDN Gateway links.


    Summary

    Summary

    • Latest versions of Videoconference devices are reliable and functional for IP.

    • Dedicated IP-VPN networks provide required QOS for a Video over IP Service

    • Internet services work, but are not yet of reliable QOS for commercial usage.

    • Future Plans for carriers may include a Video over IP Public IP-VPN and Gateway services.


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