A solution for partial video voice over IP session transfer and retrieval

Abstract : Ubiquitous digital devices with rich media processing and networking capabilities open an avenue for enriching user experiences, especially in video voice over IP communication sessions because a communication session can be transferred partially to multiple devices that are in the vicinity of caller and (or) callee. Then, the transferred partial session can be retrieved back to the original place. For supporting partial video voice session transfer and retrieval, the solution needs a proper orchestration for the media channels. However, existing media orchestration mechanisms are separately and independently deployed on the user side (i.e. user agent) and network side (i.e. application server); thus, they increase the development and deployment complexity. Moreover, these solutions do not completely support seamless partial session transfer and retrieval at the caller and callee side. To overcome these problems, this paper proposes a solution for partial session transfer and retrieval (PSTR) that takes advantage of natural convergence of Web and communication services. Our solution supports any number of PSTRs at the caller and callee side without adding development and deployment complexity
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Sivasothy Shanmugalingam, Vincent Verdot, Noel Crespi, Paul Labrogere. A solution for partial video voice over IP session transfer and retrieval. WPMC 2011 : 14th International Symposium on Wireless Personal Multimedia Communications, Oct 2011, Brest, France. pp.1-5. ⟨hal-01303623⟩

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