Further evidence of Vidyo’s long term leadership in bringing standards and interoperability to H.264 SVC-based systems! RFC 6190 is more than random letters and numbers… RFC stands for “Request for Comments” – which is what a finalized standards specification is named to indicate that it is “fixed” (will not change) and can be implemented. This particular RFC was accomplished, in large part, due to the efforts of two renowned Vidyo technologists, Dr. Alex Eleftheriadis and Dr. Stephan Wenger, who were among the 4 experts in the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) who co-authored the specification.
Posts Tagged "interoperability"
Vidyo Integrates with Microsoft Lync, Delivering its VidyoConferencing to Lync Users Anywhere, Anytime
Interoperability is currently at the core of an important debate in the video conferencing industry which will surely escalate in the coming months as more and more players in the market start to embrace standards such as the new extensions to Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) and the H.264 SVC standard (scalable video coding). Vidyo, as always, is in the thick of this discussion and we’ve been doing our part to further interoperability in this market. Yesterday, we released the latest in a series of announcements we’ve made over the past six months that demonstrate our focus on interoperability and unified communications: a new Plug-In for Microsoft Lync.
Vidyo welcomes COMM-TEC GmbH, one of the largest distributors of communication technology in Europe, who recently became the latest in a growing number of important international distributors that are offering Vidyo’s full range of products.
Vidyo announced today its membership of the Unified Communications Interoperability Forum (UCIF), a non-profit alliance of worldwide technology leaders. The objective of the UCIF is to work together towards reaching the full potential of unified communications.
At Vidyo we often get asked if we can integrate with Skype. Lots of people already have this application loaded on their computer and use it for IM, voice and even video calls. Everyone says that quality of the video experience varies, and this has a lot to do with packet loss over the Internet—exactly where VidyoConferencing™ excels.
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