One unit of UVC videocenter can be delivered 1000 live-streamings.
Case : 15000 live-streamings on simultaneously.
Does videocenter support it as follows?
15 units of UVC Videocenter. Federation configuration.
In theory one Videocenter federated to 14 subscriber Videocenters could accomplish 15,000 streams however there are several caveats when federating (see below) and it would be a complicated deployment and difficult to maintain and manage. Available bandwidth throughout the deployment would also need to be considered. As of today Lifesize Cloud supports streaming up to 10,000 viewers.
Lifesize Live Stream Overview
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Even if you could get this to work, it would not really be advisable. It's far beyond the platform's design scope, and the number of licences required wouldn't make it cost effective compared to other solutions. I would stop at the 1000 limit of a single Video Center.
If you wanted to stream a multi-party video conference you could probably bridge a Lifesize endpoint or a software client onto some generic platform (even YouTube or Facebook) using some form of HDMI capture software or hardware. If you didn't need to stream a conference and just wanted to stream one site, you would be better not using any Lifesize components and using a smartphone or regular video camera or webcam setup with the dedicated streaming applications of the service you choose to use.
I'll just add my 2 cents as a Video Centre customer. This product hasn't been touched in years and I wouldn't recommend buying into a product that is likely not going to be developed further. I may be speaking out of turn but it appears to me that video centre is receiving very little attention if any.
I don't think anyone can really argue with what you say. Much like the 220 series, the Video Center is de-facto end of sale even if it isn't officially noted as such.
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