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Sony PCS G-50 Bandwidth Requirements

Sony PCS G-50 Bandwidth Requirements

Sony PCS G-50 Bandwidth Requirements

I'm about to install a Sony PCS G-50 Video Conference systems at one of our European offices.  This office has a dedicated VPN back to our head office in London and also has a 2Mbps internet connection (ADSL I beleive).

The Video Conferencing system will primarially be used for having Video Conferences with our office in Tokyo (there is also a dedicted VPN from London to Tokyo).  What I need to decide is whether to build a VPN direct from Amsterdam to Tokyo or whether we should just utilize the current VPN by routing the traffic via London.

Can anybody give me any pointers as to what the deciding factors should be as video conferencing equipment isn't really one of my strong points.

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