Windows SIG: Windows Real Time Communications
Come hear about the RTC architecture that Windows XP and Windows .NET server provide, how you can develop RTC applications and how to extend the functionality of the Windows RTC server.
Kyle Marsh, Software Design Engineer -- Microsoft
Windows Real Time Communications
Microsoft includes extensive support for real-time communications (RTC) in its Windows family of operating systems. RTC is a set of technologies that allows communications between users on a real-time basis with text, audio and video. Microsoft's Real-Time Communications infrastructure in Windows .NET Server is built on the industry standard protocols, Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) and SIMPLE. As has been shown with the explosion of Instant Messaging, Real Time Communications will fundamentally change the way people communicate. This session details the RTC architecture that Windows XP and Windows .NET server provide, how you can develop RTC applications and how to extend the functionality of the Windows RTC server.
About the Presenter
Kyle has been a software design engineer at Microsoft for the last ten years. He has been part of the Windows, MSDN, and Office teams. He is currently working on the Windows Evangelism team concentrating on Windows XP and Windows Networking features.
Microsoft Technology Center - Silicon Valley
1250 Charleston Avenue
Mountain View, CA 94043
$15 at the door for non-SDForum Members
No charge for SDForum members and students with ID
No registration required
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