Our continuous presence video conferencing feature delivers an open standards-based approach for application developers to offer feature-rich video conferencing services.
HILLSBORO, Ore. (PRWEB) June 11, 2008
Commenting on the announcement, Andrew W. Davis, Managing Partner at Wainhouse Research said "Multi-service IP media servers play an important and growing role in service provider Voice over IP (VoIP) and IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS) deployments. Adding video mixing capabilities such as continuous presence video conferencing, and enabling the control of these capabilities through open standards-based interfaces, brings significant benefits to application service providers who wish to add video conferencing capabilities rapidly to their unified communications solutions."
David Smith, General Manager of the Media Service Business Unit at RadiSys, explained "RadiSys continues to build out its vision of the IP media server being a versatile, shared media processing platform in a multi-service VoIP and IMS deployment. This new video feature is yet another example of RadiSys' penetration into a broader range of VoIP and real-time video communication markets." Smith added, "Our continuous presence video conferencing feature delivers an open standards-based approach for application developers to offer feature-rich video conferencing services."
Support for Continuous Presence Video Opens Window of Opportunity
Continuous presence video adds a new mode of video conferencing support for video conferencing application developers. The RadiSys Convedia CMS-9000 media server already supports Voice-Activated Switching (VAS) so that all video conference participants see an identical real-time video stream of the active speaker. VAS is particularly beneficial for participants using mobile handsets where limited screen size makes multi-pane display impractical. With the new CP video conferencing capability, which includes parameters to specify border size and colors, as well as active speaker highlights, RadiSys now offers an alternative video conferencing capability ideally suited for immersive desktop unified communications offerings.
Open, Standards-Based Solutions to Drive Collaborative Multimedia Conferencing Deployments
The RadiSys approach of offering video mixing capabilities through an open standards-based Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) and Media Server Markup Language (MSML) interface offers distinct benefits compared to traditional Multimedia Conferencing Unit (MCU) products. RadiSys Convedia media servers bring to SIP audio application developers the opportunity to economically add video features to their solutions, accelerating their ability to introduce and integrate feature-rich IP video conferencing capabilities into a unified communications solution. The result is an improved business case for the widespread rollout of video conferencing capabilities. Better economics will drive the migration and benefits of collaborative multimedia conferencing solutions out of the purpose-built, expensive video conference rooms of the past, and towards the desktops, mobile laptops, and 3G mobile phones of future video-enabled organizations and online communities.
Video conferencing capabilities supporting both H.263 and H.264/MPEG4 (Part 10) video codecs are available immediately for the RadiSys Convedia CMS-9000 media server.
Additional Information Resources
Convedia Media Servers Data Sheet
Convedia Video Conferencing Solutions Sheet
About RadiSys Convedia Media Servers
Ranked the market leading IP media server vendor for four consecutive years by market research firms Infonetics and iLocus, RadiSys Convedia media servers support a broad set of IP media processing features essential for next-generation VoIP conferencing applications in conference service provider (CSP) and enterprise conferencing environments. The RadiSys Convedia CMS-9000 Media Server delivers optimal performance and reliability, scalability, and a low total cost of ownership for media-intensive IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS) networks and services. These media servers enable fixed mobile convergence by delivering a shared IP media processing resource for any access network, including wireless, broadband, cable, PSTN or satellite. The system's multi-service versatility enables revenue-generating IMS applications, including multimedia conferencing, IP Centrex, ringback tones, network gaming, video communications, and complex audio/video transcoding.
Nine of the top ten CSPs worldwide deploy RadiSys Convedia media servers in their networks.
About RadiSys Corporation
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