TelePresence Server Conferencing Capacity on Various Platforms

Call Type DescriptionScreen Licenses Required Per CallMaximum Calls by Hardware Type (with Licenses to Provide 100% of Capacity)
Main VideoAudioContent8 core Virtual Machine10 core Virtual MachineMedia 310 or MCU 5310Media 320 or MCU
5320
7010MSE 8710 or MCU
MSE 8510
Biggest Appliance Cluster (Two Appliances)Biggest Blade Cluster (Four Blades)
4 Screen Licenses6 Screen Licenses5 Screen Licenses10 Screen Licenses12 Screen Licenses12 Screen Licenses20 Screen Licenses48 Screen Licenses
Mono1/52104*104*104*104*104*104*104*104*
360p30MonoIn main video324841819797104*104*
480p30MonoIn main video¼16242040484880104*
480p30Stereo720p512181530363660104*
720p30Stereo720p5½812102024244096
720p30Stereo720p3014651012122048
1080p30Stereo720p1514651012122048
720p60Stereo720p1514651012122048
1080p30Stereo720p301 ½2436881232
Three-screen720p30Multichannel720p52436881332
Three-screen720p30Multichannel720p3022325661024
1080p30Stereo1080p302232466824
Dual-screen1080p30Stereo720p302232466824
Three-screen1080pMultichannel720p303121244416
Three-screen1080pMultichannel1080p304111233412
Four-screen1080pStereo1080p304111233412

 

* 104 is the maximum number of calls that is possible on a TelePresence Server.

 The TelePresence Server needs the Third Party Interop feature key to host conferences with multi-screen endpoints that are not third party interoperable. This includes all multi-screen endpoints except the Cisco TelePresence System T3 and TIP-compatible endpoints.

 Requires TelePresence Conductor.

Note: The table above assumes that calls of one type are being used to reach these maximum values. To calculate the total number of licenses required for a variety of concurrent calls, sum the screen licenses required for each concurrent call.