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Understanding and Troubleshooting Videoconferencing Networks - UW Course

August 31, 2010

The University of Wisconsin-Madison will offer its very popular course Understanding and Troubleshooting Videoconferencing Networks on November 2-3, 2010. The course will be held on the University campus in Madison, WI and will also be available via live videoconferencing.

By attending this course, you will master the H.323 standard and embedded protocols and then extend this understanding to SIP based and proprietary systems. Topics include:

• H.323 standard: components and functions • Call signal processing and audio/video data flow • QOS: options, implementation issues • How ITU H.323 relates to IETF SIP and MGCP/Megaco • Options for handling firewalls in the network • Addressing and directory services • Performance characteristics of various audio and video codecs • Network security and other advanced features • High definition videoconferencing options and content display • Troubleshooting and analysis tools and techniques • Understanding audio and video compression technology

Your course instructor, Gary Thom, is President of Delta Information Systems, a recognized expert in the field of videoconferencing, and the author of versions 1 & 2 of the H.323 standard.

Reserve your space today! Call toll-free 1-800-462-0876 Or online at

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