[Nanog] ATT VP: Internet to hit capacity by 2010

Williams, Marc Marc.Williams at neustar.biz
Tue Apr 22 13:14:04 CDT 2008


The OSCAR is the first H.264 encoder appliance designed by HaiVision
specifically for QuickTime environments. It natively supports
the RTSP streaming media protocol. The OSCAR can stream directly to
QuickTime supporting up to full D1 resolution (full standard
definition resolution or 720 x 480 NTSC / 576 PAL) at video bit rates up
to 1.5 Mbps. The OSCAR supports either multicast or unicast
RTSP sessions. With either, up to 10 separate destination streams can be
generated by a single OSCAR encoder (more at lower bit
rates). So, on a college campus for example, this simple, compact,
rugged appliance can be placed virtually anywhere and with a
simple network connection can stream video to any QuickTime client on
the local network or over the WAN. If more than 10
QuickTime clients need to view or access the video, the OSCAR can be
directed to a QuickTime Streaming Server which can typically
host well over 1000 clients 

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Brandon Galbraith [mailto:brandon.galbraith at gmail.com] 
> Sent: Tuesday, April 22, 2008 1:51 PM
> To: Joe Abley
> Cc: nanog at nanog.org; Joe Greco
> Subject: Re: [Nanog] ATT VP: Internet to hit capacity by 2010
> 
> On 4/22/08, Joe Abley <jabley at ca.afilias.info> wrote:
> >
> >
> > On 22 Apr 2008, at 12:47, Joe Greco wrote:
> >
> > >> You mean a computer? Like the one that runs file-sharing clients?
> > >
> > > Like the one that nobody really wants to watch large 
> quantities of 
> > > television on?
> >
> >
> > Perhaps more like the mac mini that's plugged into the big plasma 
> > screen in the living room? Or one of the many 
> stereo-component-styled 
> > "media" PCs sold for the same purpose, perhaps even running Windows 
> > MCE, a commercial operating system sold precisely because 
> people want 
> > to hook their computers up to televisions?
> >
> > Or the old-school hacked XBox running XBMC, pulling video over SMB 
> > from the PC in the other room?
> >
> > Or the XBox 360 which can play media from the home-user NAS in the 
> > back room? The one with the bittorrent client on it? :-)
> 
> 
> Don't forget the laptop or thin desktop hooked up to the 
> 24-60 inch monitor in the bedroom/living room to watch 
> Netflix Watch It Now content (which there is no limit on how 
> much can be viewed by a customer).
> 
> -brandon
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