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Enabling Video Integration


The world of video services within and to/from the Enterprise has changed. High-cost, high-touch video meeting rooms and meet-me services are being replaced by the pervasive availability of video options on desktops, laptops tablets, and smartphones. Client applications may be specific for video such as Vidyo Desktop, bundled video in a UC application such as Cisco Jabber and Microsoft Lync, or even free web conferencing using Google+ Hangout, Fuze, or Citrix’s GoToMeeting.

The video market will continue to fragment with enterprises having choices from new service providers and vendors challenging the incumbents, with new protocols enabling more diverse types of endpoints to be video-enabled, and with new business models forcing a re-thinking of pricing models. In the midst of these changes, Sonus will take care of the technology details to make sure video service is economical, secure, interoperable, scalable and delivered with expected QoS.

Sonus solutions provide several key functions in order to integrate the different islands of enterprise video:

  • Securely interwork disparate video applications and equipment across multiple technologies and vendors
  • Extend video transparently, and securely, to business partners as well as mobile and telecommuting employees
  • Be able to add video software to preserve and extend existing investments that may have been made if SIP trunking was already implemented
  • Optimize service availability and provides a high Quality of Experience on a per user, per session basis

The Sonus video solution assists the enterprise with the following:

Secure Video Service Delivery:

  • Protection from outside attack, such as DDOS or Registration floods
  • Network topology hiding to safeguard private network
  • Signaling and media encryption (IPSec, TLS, SRTP) to prevent intrusion and protect privacy

Interoperability:

Interoperability, as between video islands and with end users with multiple client applications.

  • Normalization of multiple protocols (e.g. SIP, H.323, WebRTC, BFCP, H.239), to manage cross-technology connectivity
  • Bandwidth and Call Admission Control to prevent network / server overload
  • Video codec transcoding

Real-time Quality of Experience:

  • Multi-protocol, multi-stream session management with traffic prioritization
  • Application aware session control
  • Codec policy enforcement and reordering

Flexible Capacity Configurations:

  • Common SBC software capable of running in a Virtualized Environment, on Commercial Off the Shelf (COTS) platforms
  • Ability to easily add video functionality, through licensing, to SBCs that were initially deployed for SIP trunking or Business Services.

The video market will continue to fragment with enterprises having choices from new eervice providers and vendors challenging the incumbents, with new protocols enabling more diverse types of endpoints to be video-enabled, and with new business models forcing a rethinking of pricing models. In the midst of these changes, Sonus will take care of the technology details to make sure video service is economical, secure, interoperable, scalable and delivered with expected QoS.

Figure 1: Enabling Video Integration

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