SAN DIEGO July 14, 2011 video conferencing
Nefsis provides multipoint HD video conferencing for desktops and boardrooms, with a full suite of live collaboration tools. Historically, video conferencing applications tended to consume bandwidth similar to web browsing, web conferencing, desktop sharing, and VoIP, but the continuous nature of video presents a new challenge. As the demand grows for video conferencing, ensuring that bandwidth requirements don’t exceed network capacity is vital. The Company’s QoS-compatible approach to cloud-based video conferencing lets users easily test and manage the application to ensure bandwidth is monitored within their existing networks. Network re-engineering and additional video conferencing infrastructure hardware are not necessary. Nefsis adapts to bandwidth availability as needed, in real time.
"Especially with cloud-based solutions, QoS mechanisms are important to IT staff in SMBs and distributed enterprise networks who need to monitor bandwidth usage and uptime," added Mr. Drennan. "Our QoS, built-in diagnostics, and dynamic scaling provide the peace of mind to both individuals and organizations that the benefits they receive with cloud-based video conferencing isn’t delayed or prevented by major network upgrade requirements. We’re in a unique position to provide this value proposition to customers, especially those looking to leverage their existing networks."
Nefsis’ bandwidth-efficient approach to video conferencing via the cloud includes:
- Tagging data packets so traffic is managed on QoS-enabled network segments
- Compatibility with QoS policy controls that reserve resources
- Negotiating a network connection to determine if adequate bandwidth is available, receiving admission and adapting bandwidth consumption as required
- Lowering bandwidth consumption – on a per connection basis – if network conditions degrade via Nefsis’ dynamic video scaling to avoid glitches in the service
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