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cascading

In videoconferencing systems, cascading is the term used to describe the method for allowing multiple participants to enter the conference beyond what a single multipoint control unit (MCU) can support. Cascading usually means to connect two separate MCUs, where the second MCU acts and is treated as other participants. The host MCU will send the joining MCU the processed data streams which are then distributed to its the videoconference participants.







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