“Making Real-time Video work over the Internet” is a Webinar which will be given Monday Oct 25, 2010 11am ET/ 8:00am PT. Visual communications “are becoming extremely popular, and the introduction of more and more video-enabled devices and video calling services is driving real-time video into new realms all over the world,” said Webinar officials in describing some of the areas which will be covered. “This proliferation of real-time video means that today’s video calling applications and services can no longer rely on dedicated, managed lines with guaranteed QoS, and must use the public Internet for video transmission.”
Sagee Ben-Zedeff will be one of the presenters. He has been developing products for real-time video for more than 15 years, and is an expert in video related technologies and product development. Ever since joining Radvision (News - Alert) in 2003, Ben-Zedeff has been leading development in the NBU R&D body, and currently heads research and development of new technologies for the company’s Video and Technology business units.
If you want to provide a quality experience even when network QoS is not guaranteed, it involves the implementation of new technologies and standards “which developers have to know and use, such as the bandwidth estimation and adaptation, forward error correction schemes and new coding technologies such as Scalable Video Coding,” Webinar officials said.
Amir Zmora is another presenter. He rejoined Radvision in November 2008 and is currently VP Marketing & Products of the Technology Business Unit. In his current role Zmora is leading the BU’s strategy, as well as overall product and marketing activities spanning from Voice and Video over IP developer solutions to high level HD video client frameworks.
Prior to rejoining Radvision Zmora was VP Business Development and earlier VP Marketing and Product Management for Surf Communication Solutions, responsible for defining Surf's new markets and products.
Attendees of the Webinar will get “an insider’s view of the challenges developers are facing when building real-time video applications for the Internet,” Webinar officials said.
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Edited by Jaclyn Allard