Transition to Cloud Video Conferencing

Video conferencing is finally coming of age. Cisco forecasts that business video conferencing will grow six-fold over the forecast period between 2011 and 2016. End users, with ubiquitous connectivity and increasing choice across a growing number of mobile devices and video calling and conferencing clients, are ready to push the limits of what’s possible. This trend is expected to boost demand for cloud video conferencing.

A variety of video conferencing solution alternatives exist to fulfill this growing demand. Historically, business video conferencing infrastructure was largely based on multipoint control unit (MCU) architectures. These products were designed as customer premise equipment for the meeting room and executive desktop. Video conferencing is increasingly one of many services packaged in modern Enterprise Unified Communication (UC) offerings, while Over-The-Top (OTT) solutions offer consumer-oriented video calling and conferencing on a best-efforts basis. More recently, a new approach based on scalable video coding (SVC) has emerged that pushes more of the processing from the network center to the client.

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