Hands-on with Google’s new “Chromebox for meetings”

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People love Google+ Hangouts for meetings. People also love big LCD screens in conference rooms for meetings. What if they both moved to California and got married?

We’re in luck – today Google announced “Chromebox for meetings” – their first foray into the world of room-based video conferencing, with CDW as a launch partner.

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Extend your H.323-based applications by using NON-STANDARD messages

Extend your H.323-based applications by using NON-STANDARD messages

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Comparing to SIP protocol or RTSP protocol, H.323 protocol is a strict one, which has its own working flow control, and every bits in it's protocol buf has its meaning. However H.323 provided a NON-STANDARD message machenism to allow users to extend your own bussiness rules. This document is discribing a example extended H.323 bussiness by using NON-STANDARD message of H.323. And also could be a guide of how to start your own NON-STANDARD message for your H.323-based applications.

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