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Australia is First Federal Government in the World to Deploy Cisco TelePresence Across the Nation

Almost one year after announcing that the Australian Federal Government would be implementing Cisco TelePresence in 20 sites around Australia, the Government has reported that Cisco TelePresence systems have been deployed by Telstra and current sites in operation include the Commonwealth Parliament Offices in Melbourne (Victoria), Brisbane (Queensland), Perth (West Australia) and Hobart (Tasmania), as well as a number of sites in the nation&rsqu…


Telepresence Comes Knocking

       If you are reading this, there is a good chance you have used a Cisco Telepresence system to make sales calls or review details with clients. The effect that Telepresence has had on the corporate world has been undeniable.  The unprecedented success of Cisco Telepresence is now expanding outside of the corporate office and into a living room near you.   Recently, at Cisco Live Europe Barcelona, Cisco VP…


Interoperability is the key

…aversal are some of the most important features of our VTC solutions. In fact, TANDBERG was first to deliver a telepresence solution that could interoperate with third-party systems, the first to enable high-definition video between Microsoft Office Communicator and multi-screen telepresence, and the first to deliver HD telepresence and video conferencing solutions that can interoperate with any other standards compliant systems. Interoperabilit…


Cisco TelePresence – New Options, Deeper Understanding

…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:   eWeek: “Cisco Expands TelePresen…


Networking in 2010 and Beyond — 3 Mega-Trends”>Cisco

…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 more realistic interactions are coming (Have you seen the Cisco remote speaker TelePresence demonstration?). At the…