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Capacity Planning Challenges at Cisco

…g some significant problems with two new services in the future:  high definition desktop/laptop video, and home Telepresence.  Video has a significant impact on bandwidth use, and these two services threaten to place new demands on the network.  Home telepresence will place significant load on the Internet and on our enterprise Internet points of presence.  Currently our few Internet POPs don’t handle the sort of traffic that will be generated…

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Service Capacity Planning at Cisco

…e significant problems with two new services in the future:  high definition desktop/laptop video, and home Telepresence.  Video has a significant impact on bandwidth use, and these two services threaten to place new demands on the network.  Home telepresence will place significant load on the Internet and on our enterprise Internet points of presence.  Currently our few Internet POPs don’t handle the sort of traffic tha…

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Multiculturalism thanks to TelePresence

During the last Forum of the United Nations Alliance of Civilization (May 27th-29th) the Dialogue Café Association announced the launch of its first two cafes in Lisbon and Rio de Janeiro. Dialogue Café uses TelePresence technology from Cisco to enable face-to-face conversations between diverse groups of people from around the world so that they can share experiences, learn from each other and work together to make the world a bett…

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Unified Communications Server Architecture: Location Matters

…edicated clusters for the voice portion of Cisco WebEx conferences, and another dedicated cluster for Cisco TelePresence sessions. There’s nothing different about Cisco TelePresence that necessarily requires a separate cluster, but we decided to keep it separate for manageability. The Cisco TelePresence cluster is split between two data centers about 20 miles apart, for availability reasons. Finally, we have a few smal…

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Cisco Highlights the Role of Video in the Future of Business at InfoComm 2010

…at Cisco is fulfilling commitments to deliver immersive, multiscreen interoperability between Cisco and Tandberg TelePresence systems, and with other third-party systems, by integrating the Telepresence Interoperability Protocol (TIP) on Cisco’s newly acquired Tandberg TelePresence Server. This interoperability solution, which will be commercially available in late July, helps enable multi-screen, high-definition video collaboration be…

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