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Santa Visits Children’s Hospitals Across North America using Cisco Video Technology


December 2, 2014 - 2 Comments

December is here and that means that Santa Claus is putting the final touches on his list and checking it twice. For the eighth year, Cisco is teaming up with medical centers across North America to provide children who are hospitalized during the holidays the opportunity to show Santa what good little boys and girls they’ve been (and let him know what tops their wish list). From Canada, down to the United States and Latin America, Santa will virtually visit hospitals from his post at the North Pole, making cyber-stops by way of the magic of the latest mobile and collaboration technologies.Santa Connection 2014

Approximately 50 hospitals throughout the Americas, with the help of Cisco and our partners, will bring a live feed of the North Pole to their patients – using either an iPad, or a video monitor and web-enabled camera. Santa will visit with children in the hospital’s playroom, and for those who don’t feel well enough to leave their room, a mobile cart or iPad enabled with Cisco Jabber software will help Santa travel for a bedside visit.

Much like children who are able to sit on Santa’s lap, patients will have the opportunity to pass along their wishes this holiday season in plenty of time for St. Nick to make his list and check it twice.

Cisco is proud to be able to touch the lives of these children with the hope and happiness of a personalized visit with Santa using Cisco technologies.

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2 Comments

  1. Nice content about Santa Visits Children’s Hospitals Across North America using Cisco Video Technology. I raelly appreciate that type of video creativity.

  2. The Cisco technologies demonstrate how easy it is to bring people together. This is a fantastic programme, bringing hope and happiness at a time of year that can be very difficult for some. Feeling very proud to be a Cisco partner.