Raise Your Voice: Accelerating Media Processing in IP Networks

Thursday August 1, 2013
2:00 PM ET/ 11:00 AM PT


This webinar addresses the voice and video processing needs of next-generation network applications, such as Voice over LTE and WebRTC.

The rush to LTE across most mobile networks is being driven by a demand for data services. But LTE is a data-only architecture, so support for Voice over LTE (VoLTE) over the IP data path is crucial to ongoing success.

The enhanced bandwidth of LTE also presents opportunities for both mobile operators and so-called Over-the-Top (OTT) service providers to expand service offerings beyond standard voice into high definition voice and real time interactive chat and video services.

The architectures used to access communications services are evolving too, with the emergence of WebRTC, and cloud-based Network Function Virtualization (NFV) expected to revolutionize service delivery architectures.

Attendees will learn about the media processing requirements of these advanced service offerings and see an efficient solution to the need to offer services at scale in server-based architectures, with minimum power and space.

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Brian Carr
Strategic Marketing Manager, Embedded Computing Emerson Network Power

Brian Carr is Strategic Marketing Manager for the Embedded Computing business of Emerson Network Power. He aligns market and application insight with technology advances to direct the company’s strategic roadmaps for AdvancedTCA and media processing solutions.

Carr joined Emerson with its acquisition of Motorola’s Embedded Computing Group in January 2008. His 25-plus years experience in the telecom industry began in R&D at BT Labs, where he helped develop a network embedded voice services platform and was technical lead on several related application deployments.

A widely published author and accomplished speaker on AdvancedTCA and media processing technology and applications, Carr has also represented Emerson on conference advisory boards and industry consortia. In addition to his 3 patents in the area of communications systems design, Carr holds masters degrees in Engineering from Cambridge University and in Information Technology from Essex University.


Doug Barney
TMCnet Editor at Large

Doug Barney has been a technology journalist for nearly 30 years. Doug was the founding editor of Redmond Magazine, Redmond Channel Partner, Redmond Developer News and Virtualization Review, and served as Editorial Director for Visual Studio magazine. Doug also served as Executive Editor of Network World, Editor in Chief of AmigaWorld, and Editor in Chief of Network Computing. Barney also reported for ComputerWorld and InfoWorld. Doug has been a frequent guest on CNN, CNNfn, NECN, and NPR commenting on PC and networking technologies.

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