New capabilities on the Cisco TelePresence Server include optimized video screen layouts for high-quality telepresence viewing on single-screen devices such as tablets, and increased scalability to further enable reach anywhere, at any time.
Cisco has also made enhancements to the VCS Expressway by enabling “encrypt on behalf of” to now provide encryption of data regardless of the endpoint’s own encryption capabilities, eliminating the need for additional VPN security.
Jack Welch famously said, “When you’re number four or five in a market, when number one sneezes, you get pneumonia. When you’re number one, you control your destiny.”
Well we’re the big boy in the toddler room, and we’re passing around the germs. The market is the digital signage market — small and young, yes, but with enormous potential. As in more than $1.1 billion last year and growing at a 13.3% CAGR.
Frost and Sullivan recently published their highly-anticipated annual “Global Digital Signage Systems Market“, and it pegs Cisco at number one in the market with 14.2% of the market. And this excludes displays used for corporate communication applications. Here are a few more delectable tidbits:
We’ve come a long way since the days of analog and, at Cisco, we’ve delighted in the journey to high definition (HD). It’s our goal, after all, to bring high-quality, true-to-life video to individuals and organizations around the world.
Video is transformative, but bad video quality is disruptive, so we are pleased to announce that Cisco is enabling the industry’s broadest application of 1080p60 video and 1080p30 content sharing – the highest video resolution available today. This is the result of Cisco’s latest telepresence endpoint software updates: TC 6.0 for our codecs and group systems and TX 6.0 for our immersive product line.
Enterprise video content solutions help you use video in new ways, from organizational communications to training and live events. In particular, training is an ideal use case for video—participants in a live training can go back and review the material at a time and place that’s convenient for them.
Join Cisco and Dr. Susan Holliday, Executive Director, Technology & Information Services, Capistrano Unified School District, for a videocast on June 19, 2012, 10:00 am Pacific, to hear how they are using video for professional development. Serving 53,000 students in grades pre-K–12, Capistrano Unified School District (Capistrano USD) has 56 campuses spread over 195 square miles in Orange County, California.
Dr. Holliday will cover how the district first put the Cisco video content solution to work capturing and sharing professional development sessions on defining effective instruction and student engagement, for district principals and their site leadership teams.
Things are heating up. The Oklahoma City Thunder are heading to the NBA Finals, and global IP traffic is heading into the zettabytes.
Is there a connection between these two developments? Absolutely. And if you’re following the NBA on a mobile device, then you are attuned to the trifecta of elements that is now a staple of the fan experience: the explosion of sports-focused media content, the networks that carry that content, and the evolving array of mobile devices that receive it.
Take a look at this video to see how the NBA is heating up the fan experience: