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ALSO CALLED: Real-time Collaboration, Conferencing Software, Real Time Collaboration, Real-time Conferencing Software
DEFINITION: Real-time communications (RTC) is any mode of telecommunications in which all users can exchange information instantly or with negligible latency. In this context, the term "real-time" is synonymous with "live."RTC can take place in half-duplex or full-duplex modes. In half-duplex RTC, data can be transmitted in both directions on a single carrier or circuit but not at the same  … 
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REAL TIME CONFERENCING SOFTWARE DEFINITION (continued): …  time. In full-duplex RTC, data can be transmitted in both directions simultaneously on a single carrier or circuit. RTC generally refers to peer-to-peer communications, not broadcast or multicast.In RTC, there is always a direct path between the source and the destination. Although the link might contain several intermediate nodes, the data goes from source to destination without having to be stored anyplace. In contrast, timeshifting communications always involves some form of data storage between the source and the destination.Real-time communications can include: Telephony in the conventional … 
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