I've seen the new info on the PVDM3 cards, but I want to find firm numbers for the conferencing and transcoding support.
I just want a table that shows the number of everything per module. They have it for voice ports/transcoding, but just general 'up to' support numbers for conferencing. It would be nice if there were a reverse DSP calculator. You put in what you have, and it spits out what it can support.
I'm specifically looking for how many transcoding and conferencing sessions (medium complexity) a 3945 with 1 PVDM3-64 and 1 PVDM3-128 can support
It looks like the 64 supports 42 Med complexity voice channels and the 128 supports 96 of the same. Now, what about conferencing? From the DSP calculator, I'm estimating 10 for the 64 and 20 for the 128. That's just playing around with the numbers.
Maximum Number of Channels in Low-Complexity Codecs
Maximum Number of Channels in Medium-Complexity Codecs
Maximum Number of Channels in High-Complexity Codecs
16-channel high-density voice and video DSP module
32-channel high-density voice and video DSP module
64-channel high-density voice and video DSP module
128-channel high-density voice and video DSP module
192-channel high-density voice and video DSP module
256-channel high-density voice and video DSP module
Any help is appreciated!
Same here... what is the maximum number of conference participants and max number of conferences for a PVDM3-64? I'm having trouble finding that information.
Thanks Gsidhu! That's great
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