Nov 2-3, 2017 | Hyatt Regency Huntington Beach


Enterprise & Education

Tuesday, November 1, 2017

11:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.

C102 - Streaming Deployment Architectures in Higher Education

In an attempt to facilitate new modes of teaching, such as online and flipped classrooms, the behind-the-scenes process of building a course has quickly changed. On-demand video portals, recording studios, and web-conference sessions are working their way into many universities. This session explores the workflow universities have developed to deliver their online and flipped classes, along with the tech they use to make it possible. It highlights what schools have found to be successful, efficient technologies, and lessons learned.

1:45 p.m. - 2:30 p.m.

B103 - Building a Streaming Solution Within the Firewall

Whether you want to broadcast a company-wPlatfiordmse meeting or new employee training, streaming it through your internal network saves on time, travel costs, and resources. This session looks at real-world architectures being used for distributing streams to all screens within an enterprise setting. Are newer peer-to-peer (p2p) or multicast technologies part of the answer? How do you also reach remote and mobile workers? Walk away with recommendations on achieving the best-possible quality and broadest audience reach, along with best practices and lessons learned. Join us for this information-packed session on building an internal streaming solution to fit your business needs.

2:45 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.

B104 - Building Streaming Workflows for K–12 & Higher Education

Education video usage both inside and outside the classroom is on the rise. The process of creating, managing, and delivering live and on-demand content continues to evolve. What technologies and best practices are schools using? This session explores successful workflows schools have developed to simplify video adoption and make the technology more transparent to educators and students. Our education panelists also recommend crawl-walk-run implementation steps and share lessons learned.

4:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.

D105 - HOW TO: Comparing AV1, VP9, HEVC, & H.264

Many content distributors and aggregators still use H.264 as their primary, if not exclusive codec, but the bandwidth savings incident to newer, more powerful codecs are alluring. Those considering a switch must evaluate at least three options; HEVC, VP9, and the Alliance for Open Media’s AV1 codec, which should be close to release by the close of 2017. In this session, codec specialist Jan Ozer evaluates the quality of these codecs and compares them to H.264. Learn how much bandwidth you can save with each and how the newer codecs compare from quality and implementation perspectives.

Wednesday, November 2, 2017

10:30 a.m. - 11:15 a.m.

B201 - Integrating Streaming, Video Conferencing, & Unified Communications Solutions

Traditionally in enterprises, video streaming and video conferencing have been deployed as two completely separate solutions. However, companies are figuring out that integrating these solutions provides tremendous value to their organization. This session discusses trends across unified communications, video conferencing infrastructure, and production studios and how it allows for streaming technology to be budgeted as part of a larger video communications platform.

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