IP Centric Conferencing

The dramatic growth of the Internet and IP networks, together with the universal adoption of standards for multimedia conferencing over packet networks, have caused businesses to switch to voice and video conferencing over IP networks. The reduced cost of video conferencing equipment, affordable desktop stations, cheaper bandwidth, ever-improving video quality and the availability of enhanced video-related services are driving businesses to adopt IP Centric Conferencing as a cost-effective means to inter- and intra-organizational communications. Implementing IP-centric voice and video conferencing solutions is less complex than implementing ISDN-based solutions. Nevertheless, there are still careful choices that need to be made to ensure that the necessary infrastructure is in place to support IP Centric Conferencing or in selecting services from a Conference Service Application Provider. This paper aims to clarify some of the issues and technologies associated with IP Centric Conferencing.

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