There’s something exciting happening to teleconferencing. It’s called Cisco TelePresence WebEx OneTouch and it extends Cisco TelePresence meetings to Cisco WebEx users. This is an ideal solution for business customers who want to maximize the power of their video communication.
To reduce network bandwidth, video is highly compressed. Any loss likely causes visible artifact for a varying amount of time. Watch this short video and see the impact of packet loss, jitter and delay on video.
Reading about the Bus funding crisis in California has ignited a number of discussions around how collaboration technologies could be used to soften some of the impact of losing the busing funds. We’ve talked here numerous times about how telepresence is being used to take students on field trips and connect them to new learning experiences, without the necessity of travel.
Field trips are often times students’ favorite memories from school. Who doesn’t love getting to leave the classroom for the day and explore what they’re learning hands-on? Unfortunately, there are a number of things that can prevent a good field trip experience in today’s educational environment – whether it’s the school’s rural location or the ever-decreasing school budgets. Read More »
Noah Kiser is six months into leukemia treatment at Dell Children’s Medical Center in Austin, Texas. Although Christmas is days away, he must remain hospitalized for the time of year when he loves “seeing other people jump for joy.”
But thanks to Cisco networking technology and some very tech-savvy elves, Noah was able to visit Santa this year without leaving the hospital.
How do you have an effective meeting of 100 people who are distributed around the globe? And have some seasonal fun at the same time?
The answer is Cisco TelePresence! Last week our global digital team — the folks who manage Cisco.com, mobile web and online social media — met for an end of year all hands. We had 14 TelePresence rooms situated globally. And in addition to some really productive planning, brainstorming and communication, the teams had a moment or two of fun, as evidenced by this “Reindeer Brigade” from one of our San Jose, California teams: