RADVISION INTRODUCES VIAIP MULTI-SERVICE PLATFORM TO THEASIAN-PACIFIC MARKET AT TELECOM ASIA 2000 IN HONG KONG.
RADVision (Nasdaq: RVSN RVSN Radvision (stock symbol)
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RVSN Raketnye Voiska Strategicheskogo Naznacheniya (Russian strategic rocket forces) ), has introduced its chassis-based viaIP multi-service platform to the Asian-Pacific market. The viaIP platform is being showcased at Telecom Asia 2000 in Hong Kong Hong Kong (hŏng kŏng), Mandarin Xianggang, special administrative region of China, formerly a British crown colony (2005 est. pop. 6,899,000), land area 422 sq mi (1,092 sq km), adjacent to Guangdong prov. , a leading telecom conference targeting service providers, next generation telcos, and large enterprises from December 4-9. RADVision's viaIP all-in-one solution integrates multimedia gateways, multipoint conferencing Same as teleconferencing. This is a rather redundant phrase, because conferencing implies three or more participants, rather than point-to-point between two people. , data collaboration See data conferencing. , and gatekeeper intelligence into a single, standards-based platform. This cost-effective, Voice and Video over IP (V2oIP solution provides the scalability and proven interoperability needed for deploying IP-centric voice, video, and data services on large-scale IP communication networks.
"The Asian-Pacific market is experiencing a significant growth in large-scale video and voice over IP networks, especially in countries such as China, Taiwan, and Korea," said Dan Hochberg, Manager of RADVision Hong Kong, a RADVision subsidiary established earlier this year to provide sales and marketing support for the growing needs of the expanding Asian market. "RADVision's viaIP sets a whole new price/performance standard for high-capacity, IP-centric multipoint/gateway platforms. It supports the greatest number of concurrent users, conferences, and participants, and is simply the most cost-effective, flexible, user-friendly solution available today."
RADVision is presently introducing the viaIP at major events and road shows around the world. Following its initial U.S. introduction at ISPCON ISPCON Internet Service Provider Convention (The Golden Group, Inc.) and the Asian-Pacific showcase at Telecom Asia, RADVision will present the viaIP platform throughout Europe, January 15-18, 2001, at its European Road Show in London, Paris, and Munich.
Scheduled to begin shipping in Q1/2001, the viaIP-400 is the first version of the viaIP platform to be introduced. It is a 4-slot Compact PCI (1) (Payment Card Industry) See PCI DSS.
(2) (Peripheral Component Interconnect) The most widely used I/O bus (peripheral bus). (cPCI) chassis that supports hot-swappable, mix-and-match functionality. This highly configurable and scaleable design supports MCU (1) (MicroController Unit) A computer on a single chip. See microcontroller.
(2) (Multipoint Control Unit) A device that is used to moderate a videoconference of three or more end points (users at computers or groups of users cards for multipoint V2oIP conferencing functionality for 30, 60, and 100 conferencing ports per card and high performance Windows NT application server cards for running Data Collaboration Server (DCS (1) See also DSC.
(2) Digital Cross-connect System) A network switching and grooming device used by telecom carriers. See digital cross-connect. ) and Enhanced Communication Server (ECS See eComStation. ) applications. DCS provides T.120 data sharing capabilities. ECS provides advanced gatekeeper functionality for managing H.323 network resources, implementing policies, and call control for real-time voice and video traffic. Multimedia Gateway cards with two PRI PRI: see Institutional Revolutionary party.
(Primary Rate Interface) An ISDN service that provides 23 64 Kbps B (Bearer) channels and one 64 Kbps D (Data) channel (23B+D), which is equivalent to the 24 channels of a T1 line. interfaces per card for translation between H.320 and H.323 will be introduced Q2/2001.
RADVision is a leading provider of products and technology that enable real-time voice, video, and data communications over packet networks, including the Internet and other networks based on the Internet protocol or IP. RADVision's products and technology are used by RADVision customers to develop systems that enable enterprises and service providers to use next generation packet networks for real-time IP communications. RADVision is actively involved in the development of the industry standards that are driving the emergence and growth of the use of packet networks for real-time communications, and was the first-to-market with enabling technology and the products required for the transmission of real-time voice, video and data over packet networks. As a result, RADVision is well positioned to lead the market with products and technology that enable enterprises and service providers to migrate their voice and video communications from traditional telephone networks to next generation packet networks.