[AG-TECH] AG with HDV ... -> uncompressed HDTV
swhan at netmedia.kjist.ac.kr
Sat Sep 11 17:44:06 CDT 2004
Thank you for your concern about our work.
Our group have interested in HDTV over IP and is performing ongoing projects about it.
Information of this is available from:
Actually, we have been concerned about Ultra Grid .
So, your comments cheers up our group and we expect to do some works with Ultra Grid and your team.
>From now on, I am going to test the Ultra Grid and read the documents about it .
Thank you for your concern again.
From: Ladan Gharai [mailto:ladan at isi.edu]
Sent: 2004-09-11 (토) 오전 7:00
To: SangWoo Han
Cc: Colin Perkins; <ag-tech at mcs.anl.gov>; NetMedia - Group - ACE
Subject: Re: [AG-TECH] AG with HDV ... -> uncompressed HDTV
Excellent work! I'd also like to bring to your attention related work
UltraGird is a high definition collaboration tool. UltraGrid nodes can
send/receive close to ~1 Gbps of uncompressed HD content (we are now in
the process of building UltraGrid nodes with 10 GigE NICs to
accommodate full uncompressed HDTV).
We have also integrated UltraGrid with AccessGrid with the following
two services: uvRecevierService and uvSenderService.
This code is available from the project web-site:
On Sep 8, 2004, at 8:34 PM, Sangwoo Han wrote:
> Dear all,
> In the September Townhall meeting, we presented two applications for
> Access Grid: Access Grid with HDV and AG Monitor.
> Access Grid with HDV contains new services:
> ExtentedVideoProducerService and ExtendedVideoConsumerService for
> high-quality video service over Access Grid.
> Using these services, High-defition Video (19.2Mbps 1280x720) and
> Digital Video (30Mbps 720x480) streaming with real-time encoding are
> These services will be released with AGTk 2.3 final version.
> In addition, AG Monitor is a tool to monitor system(CPU, Memory) and
> network resource(jitter, loss, bandwidth) based on hybrid monitoring
> scheme. This application is used for checking whether nodes have
> enough resource to provide high-quality video service or not. Now
> stand-alone version is developed and coded by Java and MFC on Windows
> platform. We are going to extend AG Monitor to Shared Application for
> estimating AG resource status.
> The above application is now available from:
> If you have any comments or questions, please let us know.
> Sangwoo Han
> swhan at netmedia.gist.ac.kr
> Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology
> Networked Media Laboratory http://netmedia.gist.ac.kr/
> Phone: +82-62-970-3136
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