michelsub2004 at gmail.com
Sat Nov 7 18:24:18 CET 2009
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On Sat, Nov 7, 2009 at 6:57 PM, Florent <fthiery at gmail.com> wrote:
> Since the topic was P2PTV, i wanted to know if the following case was
> part of a P2P approach.
> My company develops easy-to-use end-to-end video solutions that enable
> any place (concert place, conference room, school or even meeting
> room) to broadcast it's content to adequate specialized audiences.
> In short, our systems serve as a micro-audience-oriented video appliances.
> For instance, if there is a php conference in such a place, most of
> the watchers will be remote php advocates; in other terms, it lays on
> an intermediate level between user-based broadcasting
> (ustream/livestream/etc...) and broadast-grade content (hulu, ...).
> In the sense that our solutions'goal is to enable normal/individual
> people share their knowledge and events with other,
> similarly-interested individuals, should the process be considered as
> P2P ?
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