• Endpoint VideoRoaming (with Centralized Media Relay)

    VideoRoaming routes traffic between two endpoints by selecting optimized Internet routes on both sides and Quality of Service (QoS) network between Access Points

    Traffic gravitates from the video endpoints to the QoS network over the closest Access Points by a Centralized Media Relay that the VideoRoaming endpoint is registered to. Both outgoing and incoming calls to/from a VideoRoaming endpoint wil lutilize the closest Access Point on each side. It is sufficient that one part is VideoRoaming enabled.

  • Endpoint VideoRoaming (with Distributed Media Relay)

    Video Endpoints with support for ICE (Interactive Connectivity Establishment) and STUN (Session Traversal Utilities for NAT) can connect directly to VideoRoaming's Distributed TURN (Traversal Using Relays around NAT) available in every Access Point.

    VideoRoaming's Distributed TURN ensures low latency as media traffic stays as local as possible while signaling traffic takes place between the endpoints and the Provisioning Server.

  • Enterprise VideoRoaming

    Enterprise VideoRoaming is typically enabled by connecting equipment at the company edge with infrastructure in the closest VideoRoaming access point, e.g. a traversal zone or a SIP trunk between the Enterprise edge and the closest VideoRoaming Access Points.

    The Enterprise can use VideoRoaming for both internal video calls (between the firewall exits) and external B2B video calls. VideoRoaming ensures optimized Internet routes locally and QoS between Access Points.

  • Virtual Meeting Room (VMR) with VideoRoaming

    Any Multipoint Control Unit (MCU) or bridge put on the VideoRoaming network gets a global footprint with optimized routing for any video endpoint calling to the VMRs.

    Traffic gravitates from endpoints to the QoS network over the closest Access Points as VideoRoaming enabled MCUs are announced locally in every region. Both outgoing and incoming calls to/from a MCU/VMR will utilize the closest Access Point to each endpoint.

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Combining a global QoS network with the reach of Internet

QA Internet + QoS Network

VideoRoaming combines Quality Assured Internet routing with a Global Quality of Service (QoS) network.

The Global QoS Network is provisioned by multiple international carriers in a meshed and redundant network topology.

VideoRoaming enabled devices connect to the Global QoS network over Internet through the closest of multiple Access Points in every region.

VideoRoaming ensures the most optimal Internet routing from availabe quality Internet Transit Providers and ISP Peering Partners at each VideoRoaming Access Point.

 

Centralized & Distributed Relays

Depending on the type of video conferencing system and infrastructure used by your organization or by your Service Provider, you have multiple ways to relay traffic over the VideoRoaming service:

Examples of centralized media relay include any type of MCU or bridge, Cisco VCS, Polycom VBP, and LifeSize UVC Transit.

 

 

Worldwide Access Points

VideoRoaming is setup with the following Access Points around the world:

North America Ashburn, Atlanta, Los Angeles, New York and San Jose.
Europe Amsterdam, Frankfurt, London, and Oslo
APAC Hong Kong, Singapore and Sydney.

We are building out the VideoRoaming service with new access points based on demand.

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