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Jonathan Rosenberg

Cisco Fellow and Vice President

CTO for Cisco's Collaboration Business

Jonathan Rosenberg is a Cisco Fellow and Vice President and CTO for Cisco’s Collaboration business. Jonathan is an industry veteran, having worked in IP communication and collaboration for 18 years. He has authored many of the Internet standards that define modern telecoms, including SIP, SIMPLE (SIP for presence and IM), and ICE. He has held numerous leadership positions in the IETF, is the fourth most prolific author of Internet standards of all time (with 70 RFCs), holds 52 granted US patents, has served on advisory boards of numerous startups, given nearly a hundred industry talks, and has received several industry awards, including being named to the Technology Review TR100 in 2002 – the 100 most innovative young technologists in the world. Prior to Cisco he was Chief Technology Strategist for Skype.

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March 2, 2015

COLLABORATION

Project Squared: You Asked, We Listened

When we launched Project Squared in November of 2014, one of the things that was really important to us was to listen to our customers, and to use the things we heard to adjust the experience. We established several “listening posts” – ways for us to get feedback. Analytics and metrics were one way. Another […]

January 26, 2015

COLLABORATION

A Magical Squared Moment

One of the problems we’re working to solve with Project Squared is to enable teams to work much more flexibly – any time, any place, any device. We believe that ad-hoc conferencing is a key part of this, which is why it features prominently in the application right now. I had a great experience – […]

December 18, 2014

COLLABORATION

Project Squared Update: Secure Media

The cloud is software in motion. Our recently announced Cisco Collaboration Cloud did not stop moving once we launched it on November 17. We’ve been pushing code into the cloud multiple times per day and have release several client updates since we launched. The great thing about this model is that we can be delivering […]

December 15, 2014

COLLABORATION

Under the Hood: Cisco Collaboration Cloud

It’s been two weeks since the launch of Project Squared and the Cisco Collaboration Cloud. We’ve received fantastic feedback and great uptake. And we’re really happy that so many people are using Project Squared – and liking the experience. I’d like to take you on a little behind-the-scenes tour and shed some light on the […]

November 18, 2014

COLLABORATION

Industry First: h.264 Video endpoint calls Firefox via Webrtc-enabled Project Squared

Yesterday on stage at Cisco Collaboration Summit, I demonstrated an industry first – the first non-transcoded video call between a webRTC application and an existing video endpoint. Why is this significant? WebRTC is an exciting new technology, enabling real-time voice and video calling natively in the browser. Up until now WebRTC-enabled applications have not been […]

November 17, 2014

COLLABORATION

What Is the Cisco Collaboration Cloud?

Today at Collaboration Summit, we announced a bunch of really exciting stuff: the IX5000, the Project Squared client, and...

October 14, 2014

COLLABORATION

Cisco’s OpenH264 Now Part of Firefox

Voice and video communications over IP have become ubiquitous over the last decade, pervasive across desktop apps, mobile apps, IP phones, video conferencing endpoints, and more.  One big barrier remains: users can’t collaborate directly from their web browser without downloading cumbersome plugins for different applications.  WebRTC – a set of extensions to HTML5 – can […]