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White Paper

Video conferencing between two locations is no longer a problem. Simply connect two systems by IP, and you’re all set for “visual communication”.

This simplest video conferencing scenario is straightforward and quick to implement. But what if the number of systems increases?

What if IP connections are not so easy to establish, if firewall rules must be observed, or if there is no direct IP connection? What if the system also needs to be accessible to third party systems? And what about security?

Even with just a small expansion of the scenario, it quickly becomes clear that every installation, every solution and every video conferencing network is unique...

Videoconferencing Infrastructure MCU