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Video Conferencing Demo April 4, 2008 State of Oregon – DAS Polycom. Agenda. Introductions Video Conferencing Possibilities and Ideas Camera and Display Options Putting it all Together with DAS Services ……..and the Future. DAS – Technology Support Center – Staff and Help Desk
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Video Conferencing Demo April 4, 2008 State of Oregon – DAS Polycom

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Agenda Introductions Video Conferencing Possibilities and Ideas Camera and Display Options Putting it all Together with DAS Services … ..and the Future

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DAS – Technology Support Center – Staff and Help Desk Polycom Department of Education Oregon State Police Department of Corrections Department of Human Services Department of Forestry Oregon Judicial Department Douglas ESD Clackamas County Multnomah ESD Umatil la-Morrow ESD Southwestern Oregon Community College Department of Revenue Oregon Department of Transportation Who is Here?

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What is Video Conferencing? Video conferencing utilizes broadcast communications of sound and video to bring individuals at various locales together for a meeting. This can be as straightforward as a discussion between two individuals in private workplaces ( indicate point ) or include a few destinations ( multi-point ) with more than one individual in huge rooms at various locales. Other than the sound and visual transmission of individuals, video conferencing can be utilized to share records, PC showed data, and whiteboards. H.323 (convention of how the parcels of substance go amongst focuses and how cameras and systems administration segments speak with each other) depicts how video conferencing works over the Internet (TCP/IP or just IP, much the same as how your desktop PC imparts). Multipoint Conferencing Units ( MCU s - Bridging ) handle the movement stream in multi-point video gatherings

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Why video conferencing? a live discussion is required; visual data is a critical segment of the discussion; the gatherings of the discussion can\'t physically go to similar area; or the cost or time of travel is a thought. Cases of how video conferencing is Used by Customers Meeting were sellers or temporary worker are in another urban areas and travel is costly Advisory Committee and Stakeholder Meetings Training – Where collaboration is required yet the students are found everywhere throughout the state, nation… Classes and Distance Learning – Students, Teacher, Special Content Interviewing possibility for open positions in your association To be a piece of a procedure – declaration is court, Judge, DA\'s and Inmates Services from a main issue to individuals in various areas – directing and therapeutic counsel Agency or Division meeting where not all staff can go to

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What do You Need to Conduct a Video Conference Basics Network Bandwidth (standard versus top notch) and trusted status with firewalls to interface with alternate gatherings (video firewall) Bridging Services (3 or more gatherings in the meeting) Camera with Speaker Display (TV)

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Agenda Q & A… … .. Proceeding with the Agenda… … Video Conferencing Possibilities and Ideas Camera and Display Options Putting it all Together with DAS Services … ..and the Future

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Polycom – Welcomes The State of Oregon - DAS The VSG Solution

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Trends Driving Mainstream Video Adoption User Experience Video Content Sharing Video Content Management Video Conferencing and Collaboration Technologies Enabling Video IP Broadband HD Industry Standards Market Trends Distributed Workforces Globalization Mobility Rich Media Environmentalism 9

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Requirements for Mainstream Adoption Ubiquitous Connectivity Common Interfaces Quality of Service High Definition Siren 22 Lost Packet Recovery User Experience Modular Design Widely Deployable Customizable Integrated Security Common Directory Central Management Video and Audio Quality Communication Infrastructure Usability/Scalability/Reliability 10

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Polycom Video Solutions

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Polycom Video Solution 1 Video Endpoints

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Polycom Video Conferencing Solutions Group Systems Desktop Professional/Integrated HDX 9000 TPX™/RPX™ HDX 4000 HDX 7000 HDX 8000 Telepresence VSX 6000 VSX 7000s VSX 3000 VSX 5000 VSX 7000e VSX 8000 PVX V700 V500 Essential 13

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Polycom Video Solutions 1 Video Endpoints 2 Conference Bridge

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2 Polycom Conference Bridges– MGC and RMX Polycom RMX 2000 is the "cutting edge" gathering span reason worked for rapid IP systems Optimized for IP (H.323, SIP) systems Supports high data transfer capacity applications (HD and past) Supports on-board PSTN (ISDN Q2 08) Provides ideal convenience with "on-request" conferencing Web-based administration Polycom MGC/MGC+ is the demonstrated workhorse of the business, appropriate for claim to fame or legacy situations Offers choices for repetition, inner door, interior firewall, V.35/serial interface Or where clients are searching for a well known stage

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Polycom Video Solutions 1 Video Endpoints 2 Conference Bridge 3 Management & Scheduling

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Polycom Video Solutions 1 Video Endpoints 2 Conference Bridge 3 Management & Scheduling 4 Video Recording, Streaming & Content Management

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Network open IP video meeting recorder – records video, sound, and shared substance Captured occasions are accessible by video on request or live gushing (unicast or multicast) Operates in secure environment Conference Room Server Room Polycom Endpoints Polycom RSS 2000 4 Polycom RSS TM 2000 Recording and Streaming Server Recording over the system

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Manage, Protect, Leverage all video in the association Live or on-request spilling to a great many viewers Archive content in devoted and secure vault Leverage existing video base Polycom VMC 1000 Publish, Access, Report Live Streaming and Video on Demand Polycom Video Media Center TM - VMC 1000 Polycom endpoints Polycom RSS 2000 Create Capture

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Secure course through any corporate firewall Allows anybody, anyplace to join a multipoint meeting Optimizes video quality by organizing video parcels Connects IPv4 to IPv6 by means of new entryway ability Polycom V 2 IU – NAT/Firewall Traversal 5 Corporate HQ IP Partner Hotel (H.460 endpoint)

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Polycom Video Solutions 1 Video Endpoints 6 Partner Integration 2 Conference Bridge 3 Management & Scheduling 4 Video Recording, Streaming & Content Management 5 Video Firewall Security & NAT/FW Traversal

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Polycom Partner Integrations 6 Integration into industry-driving desktop, work process and IP communication applications Video-empowers venture interchanges situations Proven interoperability crosswise over gadgets, foundations, and applications Desktop and Mobile Devices IBM Avaya Microsoft

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Polycom Video Solutions 1 Video Endpoints 6 Partner Integration Global Support & Professional Services 2 Conference Bridge 3 Management & Scheduling 4 Video Recording, Streaming & Content Management 5 Video Firewall Security & NAT/FW Traversal

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Polycom Services Portfolio Support Services Enterprise Services Professional Services Learning Center Premier Plus Elite Maintenance VoIP Support Implementation Telepresence VNOC Resident Engineer Customized Services Other Portfolio Offerings Network Consulting Project Management Strategy, Management & Operations Services Green Assessment CVE Program Technical Training System Administration Training End User Training Customized Training Certification Courses

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Polycom Video Solutions Portfolio Complete and coordinated arrangement of video conferencing, cooperation, and substance administration arrangements Offerings for the desktop, official office, meeting & preparing rooms, and immersive situations Advanced and adaptable structures for speedier organizations and rearranged IT mix Global support and expert administrations

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Polycom HDX Series - Positioning

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Industry Standard Terms and Resolutions

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Sustainability - Initiative

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Polycom Green January 2008

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Environmental Agenda Building Momentum Significant Worldwide Awareness Global warming Greenhouse gasses More Companies Going "Clean/Green" Stakeholder weights Corporate subject obligation Political Pressure Changing corporate and individual propensities to lessen CO 2

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Why CO 2 ? Why CO 2 ? CO 2 is biggest giver to nursery gasses Burning fossil fills: gas, diesel, stream fuel Transportation: autos, trucks, aircrafts Average .44 lbs CO 2 for every air mile flown: Average .9 lbs CO 2 for every auto mile: Natural gas use with apparatuses Use of power, a large portion of which is produced by fossil energizes Benchmarks vitality effectiveness and effect of dirtying powers in single measure Kyoto Protocol Reduce CO 2 emanations 5% by 2010 California: Governor Schwarzenegger Reduce outflows 10% to 2000 levels by 2010 Reduce discharges 20% to 1990 levels by 2020 80% beneath 1990 levels by 2050

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What Can Companies do to Reduce CO 2 ? Best Recommended Steps to Reduce CO 2 Energy effective offices Product plans (vitality proficient) Manufacturing forms HR/Employee situated projects Travel arrangements IT authority Power sparing server farms Extend system to home specialists Collaboration and substance sharing devices (video and voice conferencing) as contrasting option to travel

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Video and Voice Conferencing: a Green Technology Rich Communication, Collaboration, and Content Sharing Global undertakings interface without travel Meet and team up basically Enable scattered workgroups Foster ongoing coordinated effort for expanded efficiency Substantially Reduces Carbon Footprint Green gatherings Allow participants to be earth well disposed Reduce the need, expenses, and CO 2 of travel "Utilizing (video) conferenc

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