On buffer requirements for store-and-forward video on demand service circuits

@article{Gelman1991OnBR,
  title={On buffer requirements for store-and-forward video on demand service circuits},
  author={Alexander D. Gelman and Shlomo Halfin and Walter Willinger},
  journal={IEEE Global Telecommunications Conference GLOBECOM '91: Countdown to the New Millennium. Conference Record},
  year={1991},
  pages={976-980 vol.2}
}
  • A. Gelman, S. Halfin, W. Willinger
  • Published 1991
  • Computer Science
  • IEEE Global Telecommunications Conference GLOBECOM '91: Countdown to the New Millennium. Conference Record
An investigation is made of the buffer requirements for a store-and-forward video on demand (VOD) service. In this service full motion video, compressed to about the 1.5-Mb/s rate, is stored in an information warehouse. It is then retrieved and delivered to the customer's local broadband integrated services digital network (B-ISDN) central office (CO) via 150-Mb/s trunks. In the CO the video information is buffered and is played to the customer in real-time at the DS-1 rate. The authors address… Expand
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