CHAPTER 9TelePresence Network Design Part 1: Availability Design


For TelePresence conferences to be natural, realistic, and effective, the network infrastructure must service the high-definition audio and video packets sent between TelePresence endpoints with high availability and quality.

From an availability standpoint, TelePresence is one of the most sensitive applications to packet loss on the network and is up to 100 times more sensitive to packet loss than VoIP. As such, networks supporting TelePresence need to have correspondingly higher availability built into their designs.

From a quality of service (QoS) viewpoint, TelePresence requires ...

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