Is Your School Ready for An Access Grant? Tommy Whitten & Nathan Curry Madison County Schools. Is Your School Ready for An ACCESS Grant? Presented By Tommy Whitten, Technology Coordinator Nathan Curry, Network Specialist
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Is Your School Ready for An ACCESS Grant?
Tommy Whitten, Technology Coordinator
Nathan Curry, Network Specialist
With some information lifted from the Alabama Supercomputer Authority’s presentation to the ACCESS Task Force, July 23, 2007
Alabama Educational Technology Association
Fall Symposium 2007
Orange Beach, Alabama
ITU (International Telecommunications Union) standard for videoconferencing over local area networks and packet-switched networks generally. It is based on a recognized real-time standard and is commonly used with video over the Internet to ensure that users can communicate with each other, as long as they are using videoconferencing software which complies with the standard.
The Tandberg and Polycom systems used with ACCESS comply with the H.323 standard for videoconferencing.
*All ACCESS labs will be using H.323 standard, but other systems outside of the ACCESS cloud could still use ISDN. Bridging will be necessary when connecting to a system using the H.320 standard.
* Power strips/uninterruptible power supplies (UPS) can be used in the VTC lab for conditioned power and to reduce the number of physical outlets needed.
(Benjamin Moore color code # 2128-50)