A tisztánlátás érdekében: Cisco TelePresence fejlesztések az egységes felhasználói élményért Bedő Norbert és Mihályfi Márton 2014. február 27. © 2014 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 1 Bedő Norbert kereskedelmi felelős firstname.lastname@example.org © 2014 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Mihályfi Márton termékspecialista e-mail chat (XMPP) videó (SIP) email@example.com Cisco Confidential 2 VCS / H.264SVC Virtualizált Cisco TP Server / új multiparty Cisco TelePresence Conductor funkciói és konfigurációi TC7.0 SW a végpontokhoz © 2014 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 3 Advanced TelePresence Media and Session Management Secure Firewall Traversal for B2B, B2C and Mobile Video Cisco TelePresence Video Communications Server WebEx OneTouch Integration Standards-Based Protocols and Interoperability Flexible deployment options for seamless Unified Communications © 2014 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 4 X8.1 even on appliances from 7 years ago Enhanced User Experience Standards Based Interoperability VCS Gateway functions support interworking with 3rd party video solutions – now including Microsoft Lync 2013 Advanced Security Features Enhanced security features: Intrusion Protection; Delegated Credential Checking; FIPS 140-2 compliance Flexible Deployment Options © 2014 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Enhanced VPN-Less mobile and remote worker access to Unified CM; local control of end-point views with ActiveControl pass-through Choice of dedicated appliance or virtualized application – now with S, M, L configurations Cisco Confidential 5 • VCS X8.1 Support for Mobile and Remote Access to Unified CM Jabber UC application access – without the need for a separate VPN client Secure video, voice, IM&P and content outside the firewall Compliments BYOD strategies, supporting a range of desktop and mobile devices Teleworker remote access also supported for Unified CM registered TC-series endpoints • VCS X8.1 Support for ActiveControl Pass-through Enables users to select their preferred conference view Requires TelePresence Server 3.1 or later and TC 6.2 or later endpoint software © 2014 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. TC 6.2 Cisco Confidential 6 • VCS Gateway functions for standards-based interoperability • Supports vision of pervasive, any to any video collaboration • Provides investment protection for existing video deployments • H.323 to SIP interworking H.323 to SIP Interworking for legacy and 3rd Party endpoints Integrated H.323 gatekeeper function • New in VCS X8.1 – Microsoft Lync 2013 H.264 SVC interoperability Interworks MSFT H.264 SVC video to widely deployed industry standard H.264 AVC Does not require a separate transcoding gateway Enables Business to Business video calls to third parties using Microsoft Lync 2013 Offers interoperability and investment protection for customers existing deployments © 2014 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 7 • Within your Organization • Business-to-Business • Business to Any User No Vendor Lock-in ! No B2B Islands ! Polycom BlueJeans Radvision Huawei Avaya LifeSize IM&P XMPP, SIP/SIMPLE Google Microsoft Web HTML5 WebRTC IBM / Lotus © 2014 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Video SIP, H323, BFCP, H239, H263, H264, H265, AVC, SVC Voice Nortel Alcatel Lucent SIP, QSIG, PSTN, etc Siemens Cisco Confidential 8 Beyond H.265 WebRTC H.265 Future H.264 SVC H.264 H.263 Legacy © 2014 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Next Step Emerging Present • • • Rigorous adherence to standards is critical But is not enough alone Requires an architectural strategy to manage the migration from today to the future Cisco Confidential 9 B2B & Intra-Enterprise Interoperability? Microsoft Lync 2013 Polycom Other Vendors H.264 SVC Status and Challenges - An emerging standard, loosely defined - Each vendor has a different SVC implementation – interoperability cannot be assumed - Cisco H.264 SVC interoperability tested with Microsoft Lync 2013 - No backward compatibility - H.264 AVC is the industry norm © 2014 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. *AMG: Cisco Advanced Media Gateway not required Cisco Confidential 10 Conference Resource Pool Lync 2013 Clients Cisco Jabber Lync 2013 Servers Cisco IP Video Phones Cisco Video Communication Server (VCS) as a Lync Gateway • • • • Cisco Unified Communications Manager Cisco TelePresence Room Systems VCS X8.1 enables Lync 2013 H.264 SVC to H.264 AVC interop when deployed as a Lync gateway Supports two-way 720p/30fps HD video, and one-way content sharing to Microsoft Lync clients using BFCP Cisco Advanced Media Gateway (AMG) is not required for Lync 2013 interop Consult the VCS deployment guide for recommendations on actual VCS configuration to support MS Lync 2013 © 2014 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 11 © 2014 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 12 TP Conference Conductor Lync Servers CUCM VCSc Video Phones Personal Legacy MXP, NonLegacy H.323 Cisco H. 323/SIP endpoint © 2014 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Room Immersive Jabber Cisco Confidential 13 TP Conference Non-Cisco H.323/ SIP endpoint Conductor Lync Servers CUCM VCSc Personal, legacy MXP Room Video Phones Immersive Jabber © 2014 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 14 • The Microsoft Interoperability option key is required for all types of communication with Lync 2013 (for the Lync GW VCS only) • Media Encryption (SRTP) is supported when TLS is used between VCS and Lync • Non-traversal call licences are required for the Lync GW VCS for calls between Lync client and other clients • ANY SIP and H.323 endpoint can make Calls via VCS Control to Lync clients Registered to Lync Server and vice versa • Lync clients can be added to MultiWay conferences. Lync client has to enable video again after joining conference • Cisco ‘C’ codec based enpoints support HD 30fps video and BFCP based presentation to Lync clients • Video from Tandberg MXP endpoints (announced in 2005) to Lync 2013 H. 264 SVC is limited to 15fps © 2014 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 15 • Broad set of video market trends at play ̶ ̶ H.264 SVC, H.265, WebRTC and HTML5 On-going need for H.264 AVC interop and Web conferencing • Cisco is uniquely positioned to interop and interwork evolving standards and multi-vendor environments • Plans for implementation of H.264 SVC in 2H CY2013 ̶ ̶ Interoperability to existing standards-based H.264 AVC endpoints and MCUs 720p HD Video interop without transcoding (no AMG required) • Cisco is committed to Interoperability ̶ ̶ A combination of standards and architecture Business to Business, Intra-Enterprise, and 3rd party – e.g. Lync 2013, PLCM … © 2014 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 16 • Cisco VCS Appliance 1U VCS Appliance Supports up to 2,500 registrations, 100 traversal calls & 500 non-traversal calls Ideal for customers requiring a dedicated, secure appliance • Cisco VCS Virtualized Application Run VCS as a virtualized application in VMware environments Runs on Cisco Unified Computing System (UCS) servers or spec-based 3rd party x86 servers Single .ova file configurable for small (eg. BE6k), medium (typical) and large video deployments Large version scales to support up to 5,000 registrations and 500 traversal or non-traversal calls Customer selects size option during setup © 2014 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 17 Feature Comparison Cisco VCS Family NEW - Cisco Notes ExpressWay Series N Expressway series assumes simplified deployment with all devices registered to Unified CM for consistent call control features on all endpoints. Registrations are supported in VCS as part of an integrated solution with BE6000 / Unified CM, or as standalone Video Application. Includes large scale TelePresence provisioning (with Cisco TMS). N Supported in VCS as part of an integrated solution with BE6000 / Unified CM, or as standalone Video Application Y Video / TelePresence Device Registration & Provisioning Y Video Session Management & Call Control Video Interworking (IPv4 to IPv6, H.323SIP, MS H.264 SVC-AVC, Standardsbased 3rd Party Video endpoints) Mobile and Remote Worker VPN-less Access Y Y Y Business to Business Video Business to Consumer / Public to Enterprise Access with Jabber Guest WebEx Enabled TelePresence Y Y Y Y Y N Enhanced Security Y N © 2014 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Y Requires BE6000 / Unified CM 9.1.2 for VPN-less Jabber UC client remote access. VCS also supports Jabber Video for TelePresence (Movi) remote access. Requires BE6000 / Unified CM WebEx Enabled TelePresence recommended deployment requires MCU / TelePresence Server registered to VCS. Expressway Series does not support registrations. VCS includes JITC, FIPS140-2 compliant modules for federal & security conscious customers. Cisco Confidential 18 Feature Comparison Cisco VCS Family NEW - Cisco Notes ExpressWay Series Y e.g. For calls between endpoints / users registered to BE6000 or Unified CM ExpressWay Mobile & Remote Access User Based Licensing (UCL Enhanced / UCL Enhanced Plus, CUWL Standard & CUWL Professional) ExpressWay Rich Media Session Licenses N N Y VCS Non-traversal concurrent call licenses VCS Traversal call licenses Separate charge for Server Licenses Y Y Y N N N Available as part of an Enterprise License Agreement (ELA) Y Y © 2014 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. e.g. Required for B2B calls to an endpoint / user not registered to BE6000 / Unified CM and interworked calls. e.g. for calls between endpoints with no interworking or firewall traversal e.g. for interworking and firewall traversal calls (e.g. B2B and remote calls) Expressway Series server licenses are zero additional cost with Unified CM 9.1.2 or later Cisco Confidential 19 X8.1 provides enhanced support for TelePresence users, mobile Jabber Video for TelePresence deployments and Jabber UC client pilots VCS leads in standards-based multi-vendor video inter-operability with H.323 <-> SIP, and H.264 <-> MS H.264 SVC interworking Supports pervasive video deployments and maximizes organizational reach, especially with WebEx Enabled TelePresence Learn more: www.cisco.com/go/vcs Market leading security features make VCS the number one choice for security conscious customers Increased deployment flexibility with physical appliance and new small, medium and large virtualized implementations © 2014 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 20 TelePresence Server • Cisco TelePresence Server is the core multiparty application for conferencing • Offers any to any device connectivity, from mobile to immersive, bringing together video, web, voice conferencing • Platforms to suit all deployment scenarios with a common application and industry leading user experience • Offers Cisco TelePresence Server application migration from supported TelePresence MCU hardware (53x0) platforms for FREE *Installation of TS software on platform, additional screen licenses may be required © 2014 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 22 Pla%orm type Typical Deployment HD ParEcipants per unit/ blade Max Conference Size (HD) Redundancy Key diﬀerenEators © 2014 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. TS on MPM 310/320 Stackable Appliance TS Virtual Machine Virtual TS MSE 8710 Large Chassis Service Provider / Large Enterprise Branch Oﬃce Data Centre 10/20 8-‐16 24 40 8-‐16 96 Low Small, low power Conﬁgurable Total Virtual SoluEon High Scale, Resilience Cisco Confidential 23 Port Capacity • Two different OVAs: All port numbers assume the following relationship between main video resolution and total capacity: 8-core/16vCPU 10-core/20vCPU Options for Deployment: 1 Full HD = 2 HD = 4 SD* = 8 nHD* ports *assumes A: vTS – 8 HD ports B: vTS – 8 HD ports vCPUs: Cores: vTS – 8 HD ports vTS – 12 HD ports C: 1 2 1 3 4 2 5 6 3 7 8 4 9 10 5 content in main video 11 12 6 13 ß 10-core is being deprecated, customers can migrate to new options 14 7 15 16 17 8 18 9 19 20 10 21 22 11 23 24 12 25 26 13 27 28 14 29 30 15 31 32 16 CPU #1 - E5-2680 @ 2.70 GHz CPU #2 - E5-2680 @ 2.70 GHz C240 M3 © 2014 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. or Spec based server Cisco Confidential 24 TS 4.0 - 1HCY2014 • Now vTS requires 1:1 mapping of physical CPU to vCPU and comes in two versions: 8-core/8vCPU 16-core/16vCPU Options for Deployment: A: vTS – 8 HD ports Other UC apps B: vTS – 8 HD ports vTS – 8 HD ports vTS – 16 HD ports C: vCPUs: Cores: 1 2 1 3 4 2 5 6 7 3 8 4 9 10 5 11 12 6 13 14 7 15 16 8 17 18 9 19 20 10 21 22 11 © 2014 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. 24 12 25 26 13 27 28 14 29 30 31 15 32 16 CPU #2 CPU #1 C240 M3 23 or BE6k (MD or HD) or Spec based server Cisco Confidential 25 • Scalability improvements Resource Optimization Improvements Ø TS 3.0 and TS3.1 uses endpoints maximum resolution advertised Ø TS 4.0 introduces a new method that compare the resources required for a particular call based on two aspects of the endpoint's advertised capabilities; the maximum resolution (TS3.x) and the receive bandwidth. optimizationProfile value Description maximizeEfficiency Screen licenses are conserved aggressively. This value gives the most calls for the available resources. favorEfficiency This is a balance of efficiency and experience that favors conserving screen licenses over attempting to grant the requested resolution. favorExperience Default. This is a balance of efficiency and experience that favors granting the requested resolution over conserving screen licenses. maximizeExperience Screen licenses are more readily allocated. This value gives the best experience of the four profiles. If you disable the optimization by bandwidth (by setting optimizationProfile to capabilitySetOnly), calls will be capable of higher resolutions at lower bandwidths but the inefficency in allocation could well outweigh the benefit. capabilitySetOnly This is the behavior of TelePresence Server 3.1. © 2014 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 26 TelePresence Conductor Cisco TelePresence Conductor Virtualized Back Dynamic Resource Orchestration • Simplifies conference administration • Allows for natural scaling of conference requirements • “Virtualizes” your pool of conference resources • Dynamic resource Immersive Multipurpose Solution Platform Personal Video Enabled Web Video Enabled Voice optimization makes most effective use of conferencing resources • Provides quality, consistent user experience • Improves conference resilience TelePresence • Conductor now available as an appliance or virtualized application © 2014 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 28 Solution requires TelePresence Server 3.0 or later and TelePresence Conductor 2.0 or later Example: Multiparty conference without content sharing With Conductor Without Conductor 12 Locally Managed Mode Once full, additional endpoints cannot join Full HD (1080p30) © 2014 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. HD (720p30) SD (480p30) nHD (360p) 22 TelePresence Server in Remotely Managed Mode Cisco Confidential 29 Simple Conference Provisioning Before… § Multiple user interfaces § Time consuming & complex to administer TelePresence Conductor…. ü Single UI for service provisioning ü Scalable – simply add more TelePresence Servers or MCUs without increasing provisioning overhead ü Supports number and URI dialling © 2014 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 30 • Right sized multiparty conference resource orchestration for pervasive conferencing • Simple, Natural Conferencing experiences • Upgrade path as deployment grows Suitable Suitable deployment deployment Total number Total number of of conference conference bridges bridges supported supported Maximum Maximum number number of of concurrent concurrent call sessions supported call sessions supported Clustering of TelePresence Conductors supported for resilience Access Access to to TAC TAC support support Available as as virtual virtual machine machine or or Available appliance appliance © 2014 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. TelePresence TelePresence Conductor Conductor Essentials Essentials (Limited (Limited capacity capacity virtual virtual application) application) Small Small TelePresence Conductor Select (Medium capacity virtual application for SMEs) TelePresence TelePresence Conductor Conductor (Full (Full capacity virtual capacity virtual application application or or dedicated dedicated physical physical appliance) appliance) Small to medium-sized Medium-sized Medium-sized to to large large 1 1 (standalone) (standalone) 30 30 30 The The number number of of calls calls supported supported by by the conference the conference bridge bridge 50 2400 2400 No Yes (limited to 2 medium capacity TelePresence Conductors) Yes (up to 3 TelePresence Conductors) No No Yes Yes Yes Virtual Virtual machine machine only only Virtual machine only Virtual Virtual machine machine and and appliance appliance Cisco Confidential 31 • 1-rack-unit (1RU) rack-mount chassis • 1.72 x 16.8 x 18 in. (43.5 x 426 x 457.2 mm) • Four 10/100/1000 BASE-TX Ethernet ports (RJ-45) (front) • One RS-232 console port (RJ-45) (front) • Each TelePresence Conductor appliance or cluster supports up to 30 TelePresence MCUs or TelePresence Servers or 2,400 calls • Up to three TelePresence Conductor appiances are stackable for even greater resilliance © 2014 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 32 Reference Model Cisco UCS Platform Spec Based Model 3rd Party Hardware SAVBU Support Contract VMW-VS-ENT VMW-VS-ADV © 2014 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. UCS Host Sourced from SAVBU directly No Cisco Support Contract ESXi4.1 (or better) Any VMWare Supported Host VM z VM y Conductor 1 Conductor 2 VM x 3rd Party Co-resident apps Essential Operate Support Contract VM y VM x Essential Operate Support Contract Conductor 1 Conductor 2 UCM-1 Co-resident apps Sourced from VMWare or other Cisco Confidential 33 Ad hoc calls by CUCM registered endpoints use conductor to find a multipoint resource SIP Trunk(s) configured in CUCM to Conductor CUCM Certain users are configured with custom conference experiences (specific layouts, resolutions, port limits) Conductor Conductor added as a “conference bridge” in CUCM Pools of MCUs and TelePresence Servers sit behind Conductor VCS-C Endpoints registered to VCS can still use Multiway to invoke a Conductor behind CUCM © 2014 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. SIP H.323 HTTPs Cisco Confidential 34 Simple : Total solution streamlines Multiparty Conferencing Natural: Provides a seamless and personalized user experience Reliable: Protection against conference bridge failures Flexible: Physical or Virtualized options to suit customer priorities Optimized: Resource orchestration ensures cost effective utilization Scalable: Pervasive Conferencing for mid-market to enterprise © 2014 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 35 § Multiparty conferencing is elevated to a new level by ensuring a reliable and consistent conference experience: • Pooled conferencing resources and their capabilities • Intelligent multiparty conference placement • Flexible, extensible and scalable conferencing • Personalization to satisfy user preferences • Service level differentiation maximizes value from conferencing resources • Enterprise conferencing components working Simple, Natural Conferencing together in harmony © 2014 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 36 • B2BUA enhancement • Support for H.264 - SVC signaling passthrough *This will be used when TS supports multistreaming and hybrid functionality • Support for H.265 passthrough *For future enhancements in TS software • Support for Encrypted iX passthrough • Certificate management • CA certificates has been improved, allowing you to view, upload and delete individual CA certificates • New installations of TelePresence Conductor software now ship with a temporary trusted CA © 2014 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 37 TelePresence végpont újdonságok TC based endpoints (SX/EX/MX/C series) CTS/TX endpoints (all run TC software) C20 C40 SX20 CTS 500-32 CTS 1100 C60 TX 13x0-65 C90 EX60 CTS 3xx0 TX 9xx0 Profile 42 Latest Endpoint Release: CTS: 1.10.3 (41) Nov 2013 TX: 6.1.0 (90) Nov2013 © 2014 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. EX90 Profile 55 Profile 65 MX200/300 Latest Endpoint Release: TC: 7.0.2 Jan 2013 Cisco Confidential 39 Jabber for iPad Cisco TelePresence Server Cisco Touch 8 Jabber for Windows “The user is being trained, but in a way that seems natural.” Cisco Touch 12 Consistent user experience is more intuitive Users require less training for new rollouts, reducing time and resources normally needed for user training © 2014 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 40 © 2014 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 41 Series Product Family Endpoints TX Immersive TX9000, TX9200, TX1310 MX Multipurpose MX200, MX300 SX Solutions SX20 EX Executive EX60, EX90 DX Smart Desk Phone DX650 C Integrator C20, C40, C60, C90 What we’ve kept from the CTS and T3: ü Spatial wideband audio ü 65” Plasma displays ü 2-seat table segments ü One Button to Push ü SIP and TIP over SIP support ü Allows up to 18 participants with TX9200 ü Central wiring tray to avoid trenching ü Front panel access to codecs and cabling Supported on CUCM 8.5 and above What we’ve improved on: § Flat reflective light panel § Less-intrusive camera cluster § Choice of table color: Maple or Dark Walnut § 42” LED content screen § Easier assembly § Easier access to power and network connections © 2014 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 42 • What is it? The newest IP phone from Cisco (it also does video!) Main features: § 7-inch multitouch screen § Bluetooth § 2 USB 2.0 ports § HDMI output up to 1920 x 1200 § Android 4.1 § PoE § 1080p30 Full HD video Supported on CUCM 7.1.5, 8.5, 8.6, 9.0 and above © 2014 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 43 Available Now! Main features: • 55” screen with 1080p60 video resolution • Multisite capable (3+1) (requires option key) • Dual display output • New Touch 10 Interface 10” bright & sharp (IPS) screen Hard buttons for easy access • Wheel base, Floor stand, Wall mount • Based on SX20 codec Supported on TC7 and later © 2014 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 44 Main features: • Superior HD video quality – 1080p60 • Exceptional zoom capability – 10x optical, 20x with digital • Low latency, direct switching between speakers • Both cameras can be used independently when Speaker Track 60 is off • Exceptional accuracy in tracking of active speakers, including facial recognition Recognition of partial faces Vertical and horizontal tracking Dual hunting camera capable © 2014 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Will be Supported with C40, C60 and C90 codecs on TC 7.0.1 or later Cisco Confidential 45 © 2014 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 46 Thank you.