A videophone is a telephone with a video screen, and is capable of full duplex (bi-directional) video and audio transmissions for communication between people in real-time. It was the first form of videotelephony, later to be followed by videoconferencing, webcams, and finally telepresence. This book is your ultimate resource for Video Telephony. Here you will find the most up-to-date information, analysis, background and everything you need to know. In easy to read chapters, with extensive references and links to get you to know all there is to know about Video Telephony right away, covering: Videophone, 3G, 3G-324M, Adobe Connect, Aethra, American Telemedicine Association, AMSN, AOL Instant Messenger, Applied unified communications, Association of Telehealth Service Providers, Asterisk (PBX), Avaya, Avaya Application Server 5300, Camfrog, Cisco Systems, Cisco TelePresence, Common Intermediate Format, Communication Service for the Deaf, CoroWare, Creative Technology, CU-SeeMe, D-Link, Datapoint, Michael Dertouzos, Dimdim, Ekiga, Emesene, Empathy (software), Enhanced Data Rates for GSM Evolution, FaceTime, FaceVsion, Features of Skype, FedEx Office, FocusVision, Gateway (telecommunications), Glance Networks, Glowpoint, GNU Gatekeeper, Google Talk, Elisha Gray, H.225.0, H.239, H.245, H.263, H.264/MPEG-4 AVC, H.320, H.323, H.323 Gatekeeper, H.323 Gateway, H.324, Hama Photo, Hercules (corporation), High Efficiency Video Coding, I6net, IBM Lotus Sametime, IChat, Instant messaging, Integrated Services Digital Network, InterCall, International Imaging Industry Association, IP Multimedia Subsystem, IPhone 4, Iris 3000 Videophone, ISight, Jitsi, KYE Systems Corp., Labtec, Leadtek, Lenovo, LG Prada II (KF900), LG-Ericsson, Librestream, LifeCam, LifeSize, Lindbergh Operation, Linksys, List of Hewlett-Packard products, List of video telecommunication services and product brands, Magic W3, MeBeam, Mechanical television, MegaMeeting.com, Microsoft Lync, Microsoft NetMeeting, Microsoft Office Live Meeting, MIL-STD-188, Mirial s.u.r.l., Mobile collaboration, Mobile phone, Motorola E770, MPEG Industry Forum, MPEG-2, MPEG-4, MPEG-4 Part 2, Multipoint Control Unit, Nokia E66, Ontario Telemedicine Network, OoVoo, PaltalkScene, Personal im, Personal message, PEVQ, Philips, PictureTel Corp., Pocket computer phone, Polycom, Polycom VSX 7000, Press videoconferencing, QuickCam, QuteCom, Radvision, Remote surgery, RHUB Inc., Samsung Electronics, Scalable Video Coding, Session Initiation Protocol, Session Initiation Protocol (Java), SightSpeed, List of SIP software, Skype, Sony, Stickam, Tandberg, Tandberg Movi, Tatung Company, Telecollaboration, Telectroscope, Telemedicine, Telenursing, Telephone interpreting, Telephonoscope, Telepresence, Televideo (disambiguation), Telexistence, Telio, Teliris, TokBox, Trust (electronics company), Two-way television, U.S.-Soviet Space Bridge, Ubiquitous Communicator, Unified communications, Unified Communications Interoperability Forum, Universal Mobile Telecommunications System, USB video device class, VeaMea, VenueGen, Video codec, Video Coding Experts Group, Video compression, Video Relay Service, Video Remote Interpreting, Video teleconferencing unit, Videoconferencing, Videotelephony, Vidyo, Virtual hands on training, VoATM, Voice over IP, VzRoom, Webcam, WebEx, WebM, Windows Live Messenger, Yahoo! Messenger, YXA This book explains in-depth the real drivers and workings of Video Telephony. It reduces the risk of your technology, time and resources investment decisions by enabling you to compare your understanding of Video Telephony with the objectivity of experienced professionals.It was the first form of videotelephony, later to be followed by videoconferencing, webcams, and finally telepresence. This book is your ultimate resource for Video Telephony.
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