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== PoC Proposal ==
== PoC Proposal ==
[https://docbox.etsi.org/ISG/MEC/IEG/05-CONTRIBUTIONS/2015/MECIEG(15)000049r1_Edge_Video_Orchestration_and_Video_Clip_Replay_via_MEC.docx MECIEG(15)000049r1_Edge_Video_Orchestration_and_Video_Clip_Replay_via_MEC.docx]
[https://docbox.etsi.org/ISG/MEC/IEG/05-CONTRIBUTIONS/2015/MECIEG(15)000049r3_Edge_Video_Orchestration_and_Video_Clip_Replay_via_MEC.docx MECIEG(15)000049r3_Edge_Video_Orchestration_and_Video_Clip_Replay_via_MEC.docx]
== PoC Topics ==
== PoC Topics ==
This PoC is WORKING on: [[PT01 - Demonstration of MEC Service Scenarios]]
This PoC is WORKING on: [[PT01 - Demonstration of MEC Service Scenarios]]

Revision as of 11:29, 18 November 2015

PoC Team



Smart Mobile Labs

Main Contact

Uwe Rauschenbach, Nokia uwe.rauschenbach@nokia.com

Dirk Lindemeier, Nokia dirk.lindemeier@nokia.com

PoC Demo

Connected Stadium Summit, Wembley Stadium, London, 24-25 November 2015


Through the Edge Video Orchestration application running on the MEC server, the end user is able to receive live video streams from professional stadium cameras in real time. The user can choose the camera angle and view video replays provided locally. All media is produced, injected and played out locally, without the need to modify core network elements. Backhaul and core capacity is not impacted.

PoC Proposal


PoC Topics

This PoC is WORKING on: PT01 - Demonstration of MEC Service Scenarios