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[[File:Book-cover-highres.jpg | 200px]] This is the companion website for the book '''''Multimedia Networking Technologies, Protocols, and Architectures'''''. In this site, we will provide the complementary material that is needed to follow the activities proposed in the book. In addition, we will post additional resources that may be valuable for students, instructors, and interested readers. These include theoretical questions, exercises, and practical activities, as well as their corresponding solutions.   
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[[File:Book-cover-highres.jpg | left| 200px]] This is the companion website for the book '''''Multimedia Networking Technologies, Protocols, and Architectures'''''. In this site, we will provide the complementary material that is needed to follow the activities proposed in the book. In addition, we will post additional resources that may be valuable for students, instructors, and interested readers. These include theoretical questions, exercises, and practical activities, as well as their corresponding solutions.   
  
 
This practical resource provides a survey on the technologies, protocols, and architectures that are widely used in practice to implement networked multimedia services. The book presents the background and basic concepts behind multimedia networking, and provides a detailed analysis of how multimedia services work, reviewing the diverse network protocols that are of common use to implement them. To guide the explanation of concepts, the book focuses on a representative set of networked multimedia services with proven success and high penetration in the telecommunication market, namely Internet telephony, Video-on-Demand (VoD), and live IP television (IPTV). Contents are presented following a stepwise approach, describing each network protocol in the context of a networked multimedia service and making appropriate references to the protocol as needed in the description of other multimedia services.
 
This practical resource provides a survey on the technologies, protocols, and architectures that are widely used in practice to implement networked multimedia services. The book presents the background and basic concepts behind multimedia networking, and provides a detailed analysis of how multimedia services work, reviewing the diverse network protocols that are of common use to implement them. To guide the explanation of concepts, the book focuses on a representative set of networked multimedia services with proven success and high penetration in the telecommunication market, namely Internet telephony, Video-on-Demand (VoD), and live IP television (IPTV). Contents are presented following a stepwise approach, describing each network protocol in the context of a networked multimedia service and making appropriate references to the protocol as needed in the description of other multimedia services.

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This is the companion website for the book Multimedia Networking Technologies, Protocols, and Architectures. In this site, we will provide the complementary material that is needed to follow the activities proposed in the book. In addition, we will post additional resources that may be valuable for students, instructors, and interested readers. These include theoretical questions, exercises, and practical activities, as well as their corresponding solutions.

This practical resource provides a survey on the technologies, protocols, and architectures that are widely used in practice to implement networked multimedia services. The book presents the background and basic concepts behind multimedia networking, and provides a detailed analysis of how multimedia services work, reviewing the diverse network protocols that are of common use to implement them. To guide the explanation of concepts, the book focuses on a representative set of networked multimedia services with proven success and high penetration in the telecommunication market, namely Internet telephony, Video-on-Demand (VoD), and live IP television (IPTV). Contents are presented following a stepwise approach, describing each network protocol in the context of a networked multimedia service and making appropriate references to the protocol as needed in the description of other multimedia services.

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