Remote Access for Live-Streaming
This year’s stellar Conference Schedule is packed with plenary keynotes, panels, and talks covering the most pressing topics and latest innovations in real-time communications, presented by an impressive lineup of leading subject matter experts. While we hope you’ll take advantage of the opportunity to learn from, and share and network with your peers by joining us in Chicago next week, we recognize that is not feasible for all. For those unable to attend, we’re excited to still be able to share the entire conference content via Youtube live stream.
We know there is no substitute for being here! However, if you can only stay for part of the conference or if you are unable to attend this year, you may want to follow one or another of the tracks or pick up a particular talk, panel or keynote. The url’s for the livestream channels are listed at the end of this mailing.
This is the final mailing in a series that has provided highlights of the various tracks and
keynotes within the IIT RTC Conference.
Real-Time Multimedia Software Defined Networks (RTM SDN) and Cloud Communications Track
This track is focused on ways to use Software Defined Networking (SDN) as a powerful and flexible solution to address the challenges of deploying and supporting a high quality and reliable user experience for real-time media. Allowing real-time media applications to dynamically interact with the network using a set of machine-to- machine APIs, helps ensure that application-level quality of experience and performance requirements can be met and automatically optimized by the underlying network infrastructure, without human intervention. RTM SDN provides visibility and automation to enable the rapid deployment of complex ecosystem of networks, real-time media applications, devices and services end-to- end.
Cloud-native Applications for Telco Programmable Networks – Bithika Khargharia, MEF
OpenDaylight as a Platform for Network Programmability – Charles Eckel, Cisco Systems
How SDN can help RTC in a modern enterprise environment – Gert Vanderstraeten, Microsoft
Beyond YANG models to a universal OS for virtualized Infrastructure.– Joe Ruffles, Riverbed Technology
Delivering Performance and Security for Real-Time Communications in the Cloud – Kevin Isacks, Sonus Networks
Using SDN to Manage Multimedia Sources and Switches – Mathieu Lemay, Inocybe Technologies
Remote Access to Livestream
Throughout much of the day there will be three simultaneous feeds corresponding to the concurrent tracks underway. Just choose the desired content from the Conference Schedule, and point your browser to correct url from the day and room list below:
Tuesday September 26th
West: Alumni Lounge Break-Out Sessions – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TopxCpxTFd0
East: Hermann Lounge Break-Out Sessions – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AJWAWZOt5u4
Middle: McCormick Ballroom Keynote and Break-Out Sessions – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4EgRkjiCV1Q
Wednesday September 27th
West: Alumni Lounge Break-Out Sessions – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z-oHjTOv82Q
East: Hermann Lounge Break-Out Sessions – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=naMYNl8yjZo
Middle: McCormick Ballroom Keynote and Break-Out Sessions – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Eso7Kzw7kUA
Thursday September 28th
West: Alumni Lounge Break-Out Sessions – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tPd3GdiRYlI
East: Hermann Lounge Break-Out Sessions – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n3sQo9WxrE0
Middle: McCormick Ballroom Keynote and Break-Out Sessions – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tCXzEsmALN0
The IIT RTC Conference is a globally recognized collaborative event, where industry and academia connect. Leveraging its unique academic setting, this annual conference
brings together technical professionals and business executives from the data and telecommunications industry, standards bodies, policy and regulatory institutions, and academic educators and researchers to promote an open exchange of ideas to lead future development in the rapidly changing field of real-time communications.