Our Cisco TelePresence multipoint solutions are recognized by customers as robust, reliable, and highly scalable. They trust that our solutions deliver the highest quality of features with an impressive lifecycle. Cisco is excited to announce that we are expanding our multipoint offering & launching new advanced Telepresence MCU capabilities.
The new MCU 4.3 software release further extends the functionality of our field-proven and highly configurable Cisco TelePresence MCU.
The trend to increase workforce mobility has accelerated, more customers are proactively empowering employees to work wherever and whenever they have access, to increase productivity and streamline their business. This growing number of employees being set up with video-enabled tablet devices and video endpoints however has added to the burden of IT management; especially massive user, device and phone book provisioning from hundreds of devices to tens of thousands of devices—and across geographic regions and firewalls.
Specifically for telepresence, IT resources have been focused on helping an increasing number of mobile and remote users configure and personalize their devices, endpoints settings, and preferences. Fueled by this demand, Cisco is excited to introduce Cisco TelePresence Provisioning 2.0.
On the heels of the fifth anniversary of Cisco TelePresence, we recently released our latest telepresence solution, which speaks directly to Cisco’s goal to bring the “Power of In-Person” to everyone, everywhere. The Cisco TelePresence SX20 Quick Set is a follow-on product to the popular Quick Set C20. With the SX20 Quick Set, we’ve taken flexibility and performance up a notch while preserving the affordable price points to ensure customers of all sizes can benefit from the power of telepresence.
Cisco simplified how you can make and manage your video calls with Cisco TelePresence Touch 8, a touch-based user interface. Now, we are extending Touch capabilities to the entire TelePresence endpoint portfolio with the Touch 12.
The Cisco TelePresence Touch 12 is now shipping with the new CTS 1300 47, a team system that brings the in-person, 3 camera experience of the immersive products to a smaller, more flexible room. Even better, this 12 inch Touch is also shipping with all CTS products. Check out this video to see it in action and learn more!
Imagine you are 17 years old, you live in Kenya, and you are deaf. In this part of the world, deaf and disabled people are considered “cursed.” Your family is ashamed of you. You can’t communicate with them or with anyone else. Nor can you go to school, see a doctor, get a job, or make friends. You are alone, with little hope that your life will ever change. Now, imagine being able to personally help teenagers like this, without even leaving your office building.
Karim Remu, a Cisco systems engineer in Toronto, is doing it — by mentoring a group of deaf students who participate in a Cisco Networking Academy program in Nairobi, Kenya designed just for them. If you aren’t already familiar with Cisco Networking Academy, it is a global program that teaches students how to design, build, manage, and secure computer networks. Networking Academy helps fill a mounting demand for network professionals worldwide, and also provides a path to a career and financial independence for participants.