Alan Clark, Telchemy

The Impact of IP impairments on VoIP and IP Video applications

Date: 2006 Sep 20
Time: 4:00 - 5:00
Location: Cherry Emerson 322

Abstract

This seminar discusses the nature of IP impairments and their effect on real time applications such as VoIP and IP Video. Topics include the sources and time varying nature of jitter and loss, the use of time series models to simulate and emulate IP behvavior, the interaction of jitter with jitter buffers, and approaches to real time performance monitoring of VoIP and IPTV services.

Speaker Bio

Dr Clark is the Founder and CEO of Telchemy. He was previously CTO of Hayes, Director of Research for Dowty Communications and System Architect with British Telecom. Alan has a Ph.D in Information Theory, has driven the development of the performance management framework for VoIP within IETF and ITU, was the developer of the V.42bis compression algorithm, has twelve granted patents and has been actively involved in the development of networking and telecom technology for over 20 years


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