65″ LED TV w 120Hz using Cisco or Linc video-conference system…… Would a 240 Hz TV make a real difference in videoconferencing quality?
Answer Question | April 23, 2013 1:09 AM
Cisco, Linc, Video conferencing
Our company want to make a new part of the user experience, so I would like to ask that if there are anyone who used our product and would you like to tell me how is your feeling. I would like to put the experience in my site. So is there anyone?
Answer Question | April 12, 2013 11:55 AM
Video conference software, Video conferencing
Hi, Is it possible to have a structured P2P network with a peer that is a real server? If so can this “peer” simultaneously multicast and unicast its video content to the rest of the peers? In such a model can a root peer manage churn and also manage the mixing of video data streams? [...]
Answer Question | March 19, 2013 7:07 PM
P2P, Video conferencing
I am looking for a vendor solution that would permit a call to be placed to a cell phone and then a video solution or VOIP solution for conferencing to be performed over a wireless laptop. Obviously, this involves smartphones like iPhone and Blackberry. The ability to have multiple persons involved with streaming video would [...]
Answer Question | March 8, 2011 4:10 PM
Unified Communications, Unified Communications Hardware, Unified Communications Trends, Video conferencing, VoIP, Windows Vista, Wireless, Wireless in 2010
Hi, I am a network engineer working with a solution company.The question is about the requirement of one of my client.Their requirement is to discuss the medical treatment with their clients by showing the videos of the treatment. clients are actually the public , they need to talk with the doctor and watch the videos [...]
Answer Question | May 25, 2010 7:58 AM
SharePoint, Video conferencing, web based video conferencing
What are the varoius Quality of Service (QoS) anomallies encountered when implementing video conferencing over ISDN
Answer Question | April 29, 2010 5:03 PM
ISDN Configuration, Polycom, QoS, Quality of Service, Video conferencing
i just purchased web cam not so long ago but every time i use it in a call i do not see clear picture of the person who i am talking to. the colors are all too bright, movements come up late and overall experience is bad. on the other side people see me very [...]
Answer Question | March 15, 2010 12:11 AM
Video conferencing, Webcam
I am configuring a video conferencing by NetMeeting through a BSNL broadband connection. My call goes through, but I can’t receive calls. I used a Huawei modem. I enabled the NAT option in my modem, but can’t enable NetMeeting and the UTP port in my modem. How do I enable those options?
Answer Question | December 17, 2009 7:22 PM
Broadband, Netmeeting, Networking, Video conferencing
In this project i need to design a network for (SMG) that needs to set up 6 clinics on one WAN, allowing them to share same server for email, talk directly with doctors at other locations, on central network to access client information, they have a data exchange of 1.5MB/second at any given time, the [...]
Answer Question | March 31, 2009 11:49 PM
Branch Office networks, Fiber optic networking, Firewalls, Network design, Routers, Video conferencing, WAN design, Windows Server 2003
As the question says i need, to take multiple inputs and split them on my monitor for easy viewing
Answer Question | December 2, 2008 9:10 PM
Video, Video conferencing, Video Inputs
When you are using ip and h.323 to place a video call from one company to another over the public internet do you need to convert the call back to voice or is it ip all the way through?
Answer Question | February 10, 2009 3:22 PM
H.323, Video conferencing
We have just installed new Polycom HDX 8002 video conference units in several offices across our company. I have a remote employee that wants to join a monthly video call from his house via his webcam. Is this even possible? If so, how do we go about facilitating this? Thank you!
Answer Question | August 20, 2008 3:05 PM
Polycom, Polycom HDX 8002, Video conferencing, videoconferencing, Webcam
1. What is the risk with allowing the usage of video conference or web conference within an organization? 2. given this context, any sample of security policy?
Answer Question | July 26, 2008 1:52 PM
Risk management, Security policies, Video conferencing
Okay so I have a huge issue in my company right now. We have ordered quite a few massive teleprescence rooms from cisco and they are a huge hit. The problem is that since we are offering it to our business units for free initially they are overbooking the rooms which means that they sit [...]
Answer Question | July 17, 2008 6:40 PM
Cisco, Cisco TelePresence, IT budgeting, Video conferencing
To have a live Video Meeting what is the best solution Without useing a third party
Answer Question | May 22, 2008 8:49 PM
Video conferencing, Video Meeting
What type of severs, routers, bridges, switches and cables are suitable for videoconferencing? Also, how do you design a network for videoconferencing for a campus? Please help me. Thank you.
Answer Question | April 8, 2008 7:27 PM
Channel, Network design, Networking Channel, Routers, Servers, Switches, VAR, Video conferencing