At Cisco we truly believe that anyone, anywhere should have the ability to collaborate and participate in face-to-face interactions wherever, however and with whomever they choose. We therefore focus on delivering innovative new technologies that further enhance and enable interoperability between our existing industry leading collaboration solutions, providing our customers with a high quality collaborative meeting experience wherever and whenever they wish.
Cisco TelePresence® WebEx® OneTouch 2.0 gives customers the ability to extend telepresence and WebEx capabilities through their entire organization in one simple conferencing experience. The technology provides interoperability between Cisco TelePresence and Cisco WebEx Meeting Center, enabling two-way video, audio and content sharing between attendees using any type of telepresence endpoint and any WebEx conference participants – including mobile users.
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Tags: Cisco TelePresence, clus12, collaboration, InfoComm12, one touch, WebEX
We’ve come a long way since the days of analog and, at Cisco, we’ve delighted in the journey to high definition (HD). It’s our goal, after all, to bring high-quality, true-to-life video to individuals and organizations around the world.
Video is transformative, but bad video quality is disruptive, so we are pleased to announce that Cisco is enabling the industry’s broadest application of 1080p60 video and 1080p30 content sharing – the highest video resolution available today. This is the result of Cisco’s latest telepresence endpoint software updates: TC 6.0 for our codecs and group systems and TX 6.0 for our immersive product line.
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Tags: 1080p60, c-series codecs, Cisco TelePresence, clus12, HD video, InfoComm12, SX20 Quick Set, TC 6.0, TelePresence, TX1300, TX6.0, TX9000
At Enterprise Connect in March, we announced a number of collaboration innovations, including a new telepresence concept called high-intensity collaboration. High-intensity collaboration describes a meeting environment where people can interact with content in ways not previously possible during a telepresence meeting, while still maintaining the highest degree of visual immersion. These features include the ability to annotate on content, move content to any of the three main screens, share content from multiple sources, and whiteboarding on the big screens (future software development).
In March, we unveiled the Cisco TelePresence TX9000 Series, our next-generation, fully immersive room-based system. At the time, we previewed new features, with a promise that high-intensity collaboration would be fully realized over the next 18-24 months. With the soon-to-be released TX 6.0 software update, we’re about to deliver on some of these exciting new capabilities across the TX9000 and TX1300 product lines, our triple-screen and single-screen immersive systems, respectively.
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Tags: Cisco TelePresence, clus12, collaboration, high intensity collaboration, InfoComm12, Snorre Kjesbu, TelePresence, TX6.0, TX9000
Throughout its history, Hollywood has been known for using and featuring some of the most advanced technology in its films. On May 18, Universal Studios’ latest film, Battleship, will be next on the list to showcase how far technology has come – featuring Cisco TelePresence front and center to connect scientists, NASA and the U.S. Air Force when it really matters. Take a look for yourself:
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Tags: Battleship, Battleship movie, Cisco, Cisco TelePresence, collaboration, TelePresence, video collaboration
Productivity and flexibility are key words that we hear many times in the work place.
What do they mean to IT administrators in relationship to telepresence meeting room scheduling? In the past this was a complicated process that meant that Microsoft Exchange server had to be taken off line to do this type of upgrade. Now with a new feature capability from Cisco TelePresence TMSXE, IT administrators can install TMSXE quickly and easily with step by step instructions without impacting Microsoft Exchange during the upgrade. This means there is no impact to end-user’s productivity because the upgrade is seamless and transparent to them. TMSXE continues to empower end users by giving them more control and flexibility to schedule telepresence meeting rooms when and where they need without needing IT support to do so. TMSXE frees up IT resources to focus on more pressing issues vs. having to be the telepresence meeting room scheduler for an organization. Read More »
Tags: Cisco TelePresence, infrastructure, Microsoft Exchange, Microsoft Outlook, TelePresence, TelePresence Management Suite, TMSXE