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The use of Telecom network services to deliver multimedia applications

Val Kangsanant
National Manager, Applications
Telecom Network Services
Advanced Telecom Network Services such as ISDN and broadband technologies provide ideal infrastructure for the support of multimedia.

Multimedia databases development is being driven by new technology such as the optical disc technology. Advanced Telecom public network services allow the benefits of database centralisation to be achieved via the ability to offer cost effective remote networking and access.

At present, the full potential of the advent of the CD-ROM allowing storage of text, data, sound and images on a single disk is limited by existing transport network capabilities. For example the speed of sending video data to the computer is limited by the low bandwidth of existing transmission technologies. Telecom network services can provide high speed, high bandwidth capabilities to alleviate this problem and provide for better resolution quality in a switched, on demand environment.

The paper highlights a few interesting multimedia application including telemedicine, telelibrary, telepolicing and telepresentation.

This paper will be presented by Loris Colla

Author: Val Kangsanant joined Telecom Australia as Planning Officer in the Business Development Directorate and since then has spent twelve years in a range of commercial activities. Among the Product Manager positions she had held have been those for Satellite Services and PABXs. Prior to her present appointment, Val was National Manager - Telecom ISDN and played a key and leading role in the successful development and introduction of ISDN into Australia. In her current position as National Manager - Telecom Network Services Applications, Val Kangsanant is responsible for leading the business development and commercialisation of a large portfolio of Telecom advanced Network Services covering narrow and broadband network services through the development of tailored customer applications.

Val holds a Degree of Bachelor of Economics from the University of Western Australia, and a Master of Arts Degree (Business Studies) from the University of Sheffield, UK.

Please cite as: Kangsanant, V. (1992). The use of Telecom network services to deliver multimedia applications. In Promaco Conventions (Ed.), Proceedings of the International Interactive Multimedia Symposium, 361-362. Perth, Western Australia, 27-31 January. Promaco Conventions. http://www.aset.org.au/confs/iims/1992/kangsanant.html

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