5/19/2004 - Andrea Basso, System Architect at NMS Communications, will discuss the 3G-324M for wireless video messaging and streaming services, and the implications for the design of applications that run such services, at the upcoming International Multimedia Telecommunications Consortium (IMTC) Forum being held in San Jose, CA May 18 - 20. The IMTC is comprised of companies dedicated to the advancement of real-time rich media communications. The Forum is a periodic event focused on networking, technology updates and collaboration.
3G-324M is an umbrella standard for wireless video communications that was created to satisfy the stringent requirements of real-time, low-delay interactive conversational video services. Nevertheless it is, in practice, employed to enable a variety of multimedia services beyond conversational services such as messaging and streaming.
The unification of this variety of services under the same umbrella protocol has significance for the design of the supporting architectures and associated media and signaling components, as well as for the design of the applications that run such services. The talk will discuss the technical and market considerations surrounding the deployment of wireless video and messaging applications and identify optimal approaches for different circumstances.
IMTC Forum, San Jose, CA
2:15 pm, Wednesday, May 19, 2004
Andrea Basso, System Architect, NMS Communications
About the IMTC
The International Multimedia Telecommunications Consortium (IMTC) is an industry-leading non-profit organization whose mission is to promote, encourage, and facilitate the development and implementation of interoperable multimedia conferencing solutions based on open international standards. The IMTC hosts interoperability testing events and demonstrations throughout the world. Over the past three years the IMTC has hosted more than 20 interoperability-testing events to test H.323, H.324, SIP, T.120, H .320, and Voice over IP products and services with each other. The IMTC Board of Directors includes representatives from Cisco Systems, Dilithium Networks, Emblaze Systems, France Telecom, Level 3 Communications, MediaDigm Technology, Nextreaming Corp., Nokia, Nortel Networks, Polycom, RADVISION, Siemens AG, Sony, and Tandberg. The San Ramon, California-based consortium comprises approximately 70 member organizations from around the globe. Membership is open to any interested party, including vendors of audio, document, and video conferencing hardware and software; academic institutions; government agencies; and non-profit organizations. "The IMTC is making Rich Media happen Anywhere, Anytime." Further information on IMTC can be found at http://www.imtc.org.
About NMS Communications
NMS Communications (Nasdaq:NMSS) provides telecommunications equipment and solutions for enhanced services and efficient networks. NMS products enable and add value to enterprise and carrier networks and help customers—including application providers, system integrators and carriers—increase revenues and profitability by rapidly deploying new voice and data products and services. Visit www.nmscommunications.com for more information.
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