TelePresence over DOCSIS (2009)

By John T. Chapman, Harsh Parandekar, Cisco and Jeffrey Finkelstein, Cox Communications

This paper describes methods for extending telepresence to locations served by a DOCSIS access network, such as executives’ homes. The challenges of delivering telepresence over DOCSIS networks are investigated, and potential solutions for addressing these challenges are proposed.

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