Martina Angela Sasse, Louise Clark, and Colin Perkins
Proceedings of the UKERNA Networkshop, Aberdeen, UK, April 1998.
The paper gives an introduction and overview of the activities conducted under the PIPVIC (Piloting IP Videoconferencing) project. The partner sites – who represent a range of UK Higher Education Institutions - are using IP multicast conferencing tools to support a range of collaborative teaching, research and administrative activities over a period of 5 months. The aim of the project is to understand the potential issues involved in running a large-scale IP videoconferencing service, and to document working local set-up and support requirements for sites using such a service.