Video traffic has the same requirements and design consideration as voice traffic does. Voice and video applications can be grouped in the multimedia traffic category, and in many cases, they should be treated similarly by network devices. This involves ensuring the necessary bandwidth and providing low delay, jitter, and packet loss.
Media applications underwent a significant development process regarding IP networks, resulting in many different combinations of audio, video, and data media. Video streams can range from low-definition webcams to high-definition enterprise-level videoconferencing systems. As demand for quality video increases, network infrastructure requirements must also increase.
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