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The Update on Video Interoperability: What’s coming at InfoComm 2011

- June 10, 2011 - 0 Comments

The countdown continues – only a few more days until InfoComm begins in Orlando, Florida! We asked Cisco TelePresence VP/ GM Thomas Wyatt to take a few minutes and talk about a topic on every video customer’s mind: interoperability.

In the video below, Thomas describes the customer feedback he’s been hearing, including their biggest pain points when it comes to deploying and using video solutions, as well as his vision for interoperability in the future. Where do we see interoperability in the next 2-3 years?

As you can watch in the clip, Thomas discusses how crucial interoperability is to increasing video adoption across an organization – making it as simply and as seamless as a phone call.

He also describes recent industry advancements in interoperability, including Cisco’s leadership and innovation when it comes to driving telepresence interoperability, through initiatives such as the TelePresence Interoperability Protocol (TIP). Cisco’s commitment to video interoperability makes the calling circle that much larger and furthers overall video use across enterprise organizations. Finally, he mentions some of the new announcements about interoperability you can expect to hear from Cisco next week at InfoComm.

Visit the Cisco TelePresence Virtual Launch Experience to register for the live New TelePresence Announcements Webcast on June 14 at 9:00 a.m. PT,  interact with product experts and peers through an online forum and blogs, watch videos of newly-announced products, and find comprehensive details about Cisco activities at InfoComm 2011.  If you are going to InfoComm, register now for 1-on-1 meetings with Cisco executives and private booth tours.

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