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Today Cisco is introducing new Pervasive Conferencing capabilities that further simplify and enable video collaboration for everyone.  It’s about increase in scale throughout your organization along with greater efficiencies and affordability.  Consider doubling the number of endpoints while keeping costs at a few dollars per user per month.

Enhancements across our collaboration portfolio make it easy to migrate, upgrade or implement a new deployment, and give you flexibility to customize solutions for what your business specifically needs. Let me share a few announcement highlights:

It’s the best of all worlds—we’re bringing together proven, widely-deployed unified communications, video and web conferencing solutions to enable a unified user experience from any location, on any device, and on any platform.  You have complete and intelligent collaboration from the network to the endpoint.

I invite you to watch the video below in which my colleague Jacob Nordan, Senior Director of Product Management of Cisco Collaboration Infrastructure, discusses the new Pervasive Conferencing announcements in more detail at Infocomm 2013. As always, I welcome your feedback and look forward to us staying engaged.

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  1. Michael Clark

    Good article. Cisco WebEx is a leader in conferencing solutions. Additionally, other players such as RHUB appliances, MegaMeeting, Anymeeting etc. are also being used by various businesses, individuals, etc. in order to conduct web conferences, online meetings online presentations etc.


  2. Justice Gosling

    am happy i joined Cisco Social Rewards


  3. Very interesting, I hope to see validated designs that show the scalability.

    Ray Aragon


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