Cisco Extends The Reach Of Video And Collaboration

Introduces new endpoints and Cisco TelePresence recording and analytics capabilities.

hidden February 26, 2011 12:41:29 IST
Cisco Extends The Reach Of Video And Collaboration

As part of its strategy to enable organisations to improve business collaboration and communication, Cisco today unveiled a host of new offerings designed to make it easy for anyone to be a video producer. Customers now have new ways to create and consume video across the enterprise.

With the new Cisco offerings, businesses can record and share videos and content on the fly from Cisco TelePresence or other video endpoints, easily extending the usability of live or stored video for events, training or organisational communications.

Users can enjoy search capabilities within videos themselves. Instead of wasting time scrolling through hours of video to find the right clip, users can now simply advance to the right spot - whether to a spoken word, phrase or desired speaker.

Cisco also announced a variety of innovations designed to give customers more ways to easily deploy video pervasively throughout their organisations, from the desktop to the conference room.
Cisco introduced a new 47-inch Cisco TelePresence endpoint, optimally designed for immersive communications in any office or small conference-room setting and a new user interface for Cisco TelePresence endpoints that combines the features of Cisco’s one-button-to-push technology and a touch-screen feature set.

Cisco also introduced the first line of Cisco Unified IP Phones that have cameras built in to the devices, offering customers an easy, affordable way to readily adopt and deploy video communications. These devices, which work with the entire portfolio of Cisco video endpoints, from the desktop to immersive Cisco TelePresence rooms, also contain a variety of energy-saving features.

"As the market transition to video takes place globally in the enterprise, we believe it's critical that our customers have the ability to easily work across the video workflow: from the creation and production of video, to consumption and sharing capabilities. We also believe that they should have access to devices and offerings that work together in a seamless and intuitive way. Cisco is committed to driving ongoing innovation that delivers on our vision for the pervasive deployment of video," said Marthin De Beer, senior Vice President, TelePresence, Emerging Technologies & Consumer Business, Cisco.

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