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Cisco TelePresence – New Options, Deeper Understanding

The phone lines are now open!  Actually, its a web page….but now you can register for our next Collaboration show on ‘The Engineering Behind TelePresence’ which will be live on February 18, 2010 with Q&A and everything!  How fancy is that!  Check out the trailer: In typical TechWiseTV fashion…this show has more detail and information than you would normally get…. Here is what we plan to cover:…


Networking in 2010 and Beyond — 3 Mega-Trends

…erywhere… and for Everyone Video is a game-changing technology in networking. Not only does video encourage enhanced network performance requirements, it also pushes new device requirements – not only in high-end telepresence rooms and private networks, but also across user desktops and public networks. There is indeed pressure at both ends of the video spectrum. At the high-end, session quality is already simply amazing, but even mo…


Marthin De Beer’s 3 Tech Areas to Watch in 5 Years

…n top technology picks for five years hence. When I put the question to De Beer, he kicked off his choice of technologies to watch with collaboration, and particularly… 1. Video Here we are not just talking about Cisco TelePresence, but advanced applications such as Cisco Show and Share, which allows users to easily edit and publish video presentations with an automatically generated searchable transcript that can be annotated by the autho…


It’s a Common Theme… Video, Video and More Video

…aboration, 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…


De Beer Announces End of the Word at Cisco Live

…t traveled along the same wire. It’s not a shift Cisco is worried about, though. On the contrary, the company is doing its utmost to help the process, fired up by the growth in demand for video-based tools such as Cisco TelePresence, which has been sold to 550 enterprise customers since its launch in October 2006. De Beer says video is “like chocolate”: once you try it it’s easy to get hooked. And getting people hooked dep…