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Networking Solutions for High-Volume Video Traffic Jams
With video being created and shared in so many ways, the volume is wreaking havoc on clients’ networks. This webinar offers valuable tips on how to manage the traffic.
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CI Webinar 0718 - Networking Solutions for  High-Volume Video Traffic Jams
Event Date: July 18, 2012
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Moderator: Tom LeBlanc, Editor, Commercial Integrator
Presenters: Mark Coxon, Business Development Manager, Orange ProAV.; Kevin McCarron, Atrion Networking

Video is everywhere, literally everywhere, and it wasn’t like this just a few years ago. The paradigm shift in the way video is used has changed everything about being a commercial integrator.

There is a need and an expectation that companies be able to create and share videos through their network for communication and training purposes just as easily as it is for a father to share a video of his son making a nice catch in a Little League game.

Here’s the thing though — companies’ appetites for creating and sharing videos can end up being bigger than their networks can stomach. They’re not set up for the volume of content that is now being distributed.

Meanwhile, there’s the well-documented convergence of A/V and IT. Integrators are adding video to their clients network switches through the use of HD over IP, IP surveillance cameras, and video teleconferencing (VTC) and telepresence systems.

As video is added to companies’ network traffic, A/V and IT integrators need to be able to advise them on some strategies to keep things moving and to avoid bottlenecks.
This free webinar, which features both A/V and IT integrator panelists, offers concrete solutions for helping their clients focus on their use of video without worrying about traffic volume.

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