Mar 30, 2009
Download Like voice, video is a real-time communications medium with stringent performance requirements. Unlike voice, however, video can also consume large amounts of bandwidth, and video networks may also be architected differently from voice networks. As a result, enterprise managers face many new concerns when configuring a network infrastructure to support video, from quality of service to overlay networks and from global connectivity to inter-company connections. John Bartlett helps you understand why video needs a different network, and give you concrete information on how to structure the right network for your video deployment.