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  1. Internet2 Commons Integrating Real-Time IP Communications

  2. The Internet2 Commons Jonathan Tyman Tyman@internet2.edu Cheryl Munn-Fremon OSU/OARnet Bob Dixon Megan Troyer Gabe Moulton Commons Management Team Site Coordinators!!!

  3. The Internet2 Commons Mission • Promote and facilitate remote collaboration throughout the Internet2 research and education community by means of innovative and integrated, standards-based Internet technologies. • Build on useful technologies to create collaboration services that are: reliable, sustainable, scalable.

  4. The Internet2 Commons Videoconferencing Service Goals: • Accelerate adoption of Remote Collaboration • Respond to member input • Promote open-standards • Make it reliable, sustainable, scalable The mission of the Internet2 Commons is to promote and facilitate remote collaboration throughout the Internet2 research and education community by means of standards-based, integrated Internet technologies. • Make it EASY for the user • Train 100s of site coordinators • Make it all work…for 10 cents/port minute…

  5. H.323 Multipoint Videoconferencing Commons H.323 service offers: mature technology, accepted standards, multiple vendors, installed base, + SIP • Advanced features in multiple MCUs • Ad hoc/scheduled conferencing • Streaming/archiving of conference • Display options galore • Firewall traversal • Diagnostic tools, and… • Help! when you need it…and before.

  6. Internet2 Commons • H.323 (+ SIP) MCU Service • Polycom, Radvision, • Tandberg, VCON • Streaming/archiving,H.264, H.239 • 24/7 help desk VERY successful • $2,000 for 300 port/hrs or $1,000 for 100 port/hr backup • Five 2004 Site Coordinator Trainings • Hosting Environment: Wave 3, inSORS, VRVS, Conf XP, Marratech…

  7. R-T Collaboration Technologies: “3-D Communication” Voice – ubiquitous deployment but underlying infrastructure is moving from POTS to cellular for convenience and VoIP for cost, quality, and additional features. Video – videoconferencing is still a new application to most people and is only now becoming easy and reliable enough for casual users to experience, even with assistance. Data – the “content” of communication is often conveyed in graphic form, requiring shared applications; eg., text, spreadsheets, white boards, IM, presence, simulations…

  8. R-T Collaboration Technologies: The Challenge of Integration Internet2 has Working Groups in the areas of Presence, VoIP, Instant Messaging, Videoconferencing Middleware, and high-end Video over IP applications, as well as H.323 Videoconferencing services. How are these efforts to be coordinated and integrated?

  9. R-T Collaboration Technologies: The Challenge of Integration • Howdo we get fromhere…

  10. R-T Collaboration Technologies: The Challenge of Integration • …to Here?

  11. Real-Time Collaboration Advisory Group RTC-AG, chartered by the Applications Strategy Council to: • Align Working Groups • Recommend production services, research and development projects • Set priorities and generate roadmap • Identify standards required for inter-operability and integration of RTC apps • Chaired by Tyler Johnson, UNC

  12. Driving Visions for Human-to-Human Communication Welcoming… (CIO virtual roundtable)

  13. Driving Visions for Human-to-Human Communication • Simple, Global…

  14. Driving Visions for Human-to-Human Communication Enabling Virtual Educational Events…

  15. Driving Visions for Human-to-Human Communication • With Total Interoperability…

  16. Driving Visions for Human-to-Human Communication Ever-increasing Quality…

  17. Driving Visions for Human-to-Human Communication • Connectivity Everywhere…

  18. Driving Visions for Human-to-Human Communication • …and infinite Flexibility.

  19. Data Collaboration Presence Instant Messaging Whiteboard Real -Time Communication Services Internet2 Commons Middleware Voice/IP Data Sharing H.323 Room Videoconferencing SIP Desktop Suites (Wave 3) Grid-enabled (VRVS, AG) MIddleware MPEG2 Voice/Videoconferencing DVTS, HD