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ConferenceXP is an open source video conferencing and collaboration platform, built on Microsoft Windows technology. A few highlights of ConferenceXP:

ConferenceXP is a community supported project ConferenceXP Architecture

The network architecture for ConferenceXP is peer to peer. The client application uses IP Multicast by default to communicate with other clients in a multicast group called a "ConferenceXP Venue". In addition to the ConferenceXP client, there are several services that are part of the platform:

ConferenceXP History

ConferenceXP originated in 2001 at Microsoft Research where most of the core development was done. In 2007 Microsoft Research External Research and Programs funded the Center for Collaborative Technologies at the University of Washington to continue work on the ConferenceXP platform and to apply the technologies to a wide range of educational and collaborative scenarios. In 2010, rights were transferred to the OuterCurve Foundation and the Apache Licence version 2.0 was applied.