I am excited to share that Cisco has received this year’s Frost & Sullivan Global Videoconferencing Infrastructure Market Share Leadership Award. According to Frost & Sullivan, the infrastructure market is growing at a blistering pace and is being reshaped by new opportunities and advancing technology. “Cisco has risen to the occasion to claim an undisputed ranking as the global videoconferencing infrastructure market-share leader.”
Why were we successful in the 2011 global videoconferencing infrastructure market? Among the key factors is Cisco’s ability to prove the value of:
- A true end-to-end collaboration portfolio
- Our leadership in all videoconferencing infrastructure segments of the market
- Our ability to successfully expand the role of video in the enterprise
- The continuous evolution of our videoconferencing solutions portfolio
Our introduction of new products including Cisco TelePresence Conductor and the Cisco TelePresence MCU 5300 is yet another step in defining our leadership role in videoconferencing offerings.
We continue to hear from our customers that it is about flexibility and choice. They need a variety of videoconferencing solutions for different business purposes, user roles and preferences, and environments. Interoperability is an absolute requirement across immersive telepresence systems, room systems, executive and desktop endpoints, as well as mobile clients. We stay committed to pervasive adoption of telepresence and video.
This Frost & Sullivan award is great recognition of Cisco’s accomplishments in the global videoconferencing infrastructure market. As we continue this journey, we’ll keep focused on driving forward videoconferencing as a critical part of the integrated collaboration experience.
You can find the full Frost and Sullivan report here. Or to learn more about the Cisco TelePresence product portfolio, visit: http://www.cisco.com/web/telepresence/products/infrastructure-network.html.