Different elements are required within your network to provide a solid base for efficient set-up of your video conference network. They all have to be matched to each correctly for you to gain maximum benefit from your video conference solution. The following example describes the infrastructure for a video conference solution and illustrates its importance:
When you buy a car, you assume that you will be able to use properly surfaced roads. This allows you to unleash your car’s full performance and drive in comfort from A to B. In some cases, you choose a main highway and in other cases a motorway. Whatever the case, the road network has to be well managed and maintained and equipped with road signs and traffic lights. The Police monitor for traffic offences and Customs ensures that traffic can cross the various borders safely without smuggling goods. If these elements are not properly arranged, your pleasure in driving your car will be short-lived. In fact, we can conclude that buying a car is a waste of money if the road network is not up to standard. The same applies to video conferencing.
In your video conference environment, you can see the car as your end-point. You can choose between different brands and classes. You can see the road network as your internal network where your system administrators take on the role of the Police and the firewall does the same job as Customs. You can also define different routes of differing quality in your network and you can ensure good maintenance and adequate capacity.
Our video conference specialists will be delighted to advise you on how your video conference infrastructure should be set up in order to achieve your objectives and fulfil your expectations. Please contact us.