multipoint conferencing


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multipoint conferencing

A somewhat redundant term, because conferencing implies three or more participants, rather than point-to-point between two people. See teleconferencing.
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Madge's LAN Video Gateway Token Ring and companion products comprise the only standards-based, single-vendor solution on the market that provides all components necessary to build a scaleable, cost-effective video network: WAN switching, LAN-to-ISDN interworking, multipoint conferencing and call control.
The solutions include telepresence, conference room and desktop video for multipoint conferencing, video network management and scheduling, and recording, streaming and archiving of video conferences and content.
Designed for enterprises that run their videoconferencing sessions over the LAN and have a data connection into the public IP network, the INVISION 100/Mv is a plug-and-play device that features an integrated video net-work-management solution, as well as multipoint conferencing functionality, without the added expense of ISDN interfaces.
(Nasdaq:RVSN) has announced SIP functionality in its popular viaIP MCU (Multipoint Conferencing Unit).
This means disparate client software such as Microsoft Corp's NetMeeting and Intel Corp's NetStation can now link into White Pine's MeetingPoint Server which has a H.323 Multipoint Conferencing Unit (MCU).
This system offered flexibility in terms of audio-visual integration, powerful functionality, future-proof technology and all the functions a video conference system should have.<p>JU also deployed Polycom's RMX2000 Real-time media conference platform to allow for multipoint conferencing with other campuses and connect more than 10-12 classrooms at the same time, thus expanding the universities capabilities for distance learning.
The INVISION 410 includes the integrated functionality of a gateway, gatekeeper and multipoint conferencing bridge.

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