As Cisco recognizes its five year anniversary in telepresence, Cisco’s Vice President of TelePresence and Emerging Technologies, David Hsieh, reflects on the changes he has seen in the market and how technology has evolved. David also delves into the question “Why video and why now?” Watch David’s interview to hear more about the trends impacting the future of TelePresence and what’s next for Cisco.
Be sure to register for our live webcast on October 25 at 9:00 a.m. PT, where you’ll hear the latest Cisco TelePresence innovations and how we plan to redefine telepresence.
Residents in Songdo International Business District will soon be able to learn a new dish or take a yoga class in the comfort of their homes. A managed services company called U.Life Solutions has been set up by Cisco, Gale Internatonal, POSCO E&C and LG CNS to deliver Smart+Connected Community Services in the newly established city.
At the launch event for the new entity on July 4, 2011, celebrity Korean chef and restaurateur, Soojin Choi (picture below), taught the audience how to make a chicken salad over Cisco TelePresence.
In this historic ESPN special, Cisco’s TelePresence will connect the two most successful NCAA coaches to their fans & University from Penn State University, Duke University and back to ESPN’s HQ in Bristol, Connecticut.
Mike Krzyzewski, Duke’s Men’s Basketball Coach and Joe Paterno, Penn State’s Football coach will surface the secrets to their success in a 90-minute special June 30, at 6 p.m. EDT called Difference Makers: Life Lessons from Paterno and Krzyzewski. Paterno and Coach K are the two most successful coaches in their respective NCAA sports.
Difference Makers: Life Lessons from Paterno and Krzyzewski June 30 – 8pm – 9pm EDT -- ESPN
You heard it here first: a new space race has begun. Alright, maybe it’s more accurate to say it very well could begin, thanks to Australia’s new Pathways to Space program.
Hosted by the Powerhouse Museum in Sydney, the initiative aims to enhance Australia’s engineering and science education. Pathways to Space gives secondary school students the chance to develop space robotics and search for life on Mars. And, with telepresence, even students living deep in the outback can participate.