Tag Archive: h.323

Dec 09

Martini Video: Anytime, Anywhere, Any Place and Any Device

Using video conferencing on the mobile devices is creating a wide adoption and is already seeing a big market growth. How do you navigate yourself between the proper technologies and build yourself a roadmap for the coming next years.

Dec 06

Videoconferencing between iPhone4, desktop and video endpoints

One of reasons I was attracted to the iPhone4 was it’s videoconferencing capabilities. In the beginning you were only able to use the Facetime feature with other iPhone4 users and only if you were connected to wifi, not a 3G connection. But the world has been improving. I tested this a couple of times with …

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Aug 28

Unified Communications: the most open vendor takes it all

It’s been three weeks now that i have writing blogs on Djeek.com and my most inspiration currently comes from UC related topics.  Currently i see a market quickly evolving, takeovers, quickly enhancing product portfolio’s and partnerships. Enterprises today are really struggling with the UC topic. They have invested in different vendors in the past on …

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Aug 23

Where Microsoft OCS meets Standards based Video (SIP/H.323)

Microsoft a known player in the UC space for a while, started in the consumer area with MSN messenger, which they turned into a corporate product with LCS 2005 (Live Communications Server), which later involved into Office Communications Server. OCS had a couple of benefits, one of them being voice (well-known) but video is also …

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Aug 02

Video between Apple and the standards based world

A while ago (about 4 months ago), Tandberg R&D made attached videoclip, showing how it would look like how to experience video on the iPhone3. Of course this version did not have a front facing camera. Now Apple has released the iPhone4 with the video application called Facetime. Sadly this only works when someone is …

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Aug 02

Connecting the different corporate islands and services

Most of the corporate enterprise I visit talk a lot about Unified Communications, but that’s because they are definitely not. Typical case is:  The enterprise usually has an old PBX, has an audioconfering bridge or provider and has some legacy (5+ years old) video units. The corporation is thinking about rolling solutions for presence, desktop …

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