It’s pretty safe to say Cisco digs video. Additionally, it’s pretty safe to say we don’t discriminate when it comes to market segments and enabling them to utilize the power of video for collaboration, communications and entertainment. Our goal is to make video pervasive across all facets of people’s lives.
On to the topic at hand. Yesterday, we announced some big news on the TelePresence (Collaboration / Video) front. First, we announced the release of an interoperability protocol to the public domain that allows multi-screen TelePresence systems to interoperate. This is a very significant step in creating a new open standard for TelePresence, similar to other industry video standards. Secondly, we announced two new endpoints (Cisco TelePresence System 3010 and 3210) that offer better energy utilization and data-sharing experiences. Lastly, we announced five new Cisco TelePresence experiences designed for teaching; brainstorming, design meetings and other active collaboration sessions; remote demonstrations; concierge services; and webcasting and session recording. Pretty big steps for Cisco in continuing to drive the TelePresence (Collaboration / Video) market.
For the complete press release, please click on the link below.