by May 18, 2012 0 comments

its Annual Cisco Collaboration Summit 2012, Cisco introduced new
people-centric innovations aimed at making it easier to collaborate
anywhere, anytime in the post-PC era. The new Jabber and TelePresence
offerings, which include a new TelePresence system with optimized
collaboration capabilities are completely integrated, giving
customers more mobility options while also extending the reach of
their telepresence investments.

of the collaborations solutions announced at the event include:

    Powerful tools
    to extend the reach of TelePresence:
    Cisco is extending Cisco
    Jabber to iPad and Windows, buildi
    ng on its extensive
    Jabber portfolio for Android, iOS, Mac, BlackBerry and Cisco Cius Tablets. With this
    development, Cisco is enabling Jabber customers to collaborate from
    anywhere and across the most popular operating systems utilizing high
    definition video, voice, presence, instant messaging, desktop sharing,
    conferencing and visual voicemail. Cisco is also expanding native
    integration between Jabber and TelePresence, giving mobile users a way
    to initiate and connect into a TelePresence session whether in the
    office or on the go.

    Jabber for
    To further advance the collaborative workspace and make
    collaboration more pervasive for customers around the world, Cisco is
    offering presence and instant messaging (IM) capabilities and Cisco
    Jabber clients available to all Cisco Unified Communications Manager
    customers at no additional cost. With this development, Cisco is now
    providing its customers a way to simply and cost effectively make
    presence and IM available across a plethora of devices – including
    Windows, Mac, iPad, Cisco Cius, iPhone, Blackberry, and Android (later
    in 2012) – while also ensuring they deploy a unified communications
    client that is BYOD-ready.

    A new
    three-screen immersive TelePresence platform.
    Called the Cisco
    TelePresence TX9000 Series which delivers the quality video experience
    along with collaboration capabilities, further building on

    Cisco’s wide array of TelePresence endpoints for customers of all sizes. The TX9000 integrates
    with collaboration tools like Cisco WebEx with One-Touch simplicity and
    is also designed to be interoperable with all standards-based endpoints
    from other vendors.

to the press
Tantzen, Senior Director, Collaboration, Cisco

said, “The post PC era is requires a workspace that is more mobile,
social, visual and virtual. Customers need secure, enterprise-class
options that enable employees to interact across a broad range of
tools. We at Cisco understand this and are delivering on the need of
people-centric collaboration experiences that offer anytime and
anywhere communications.”

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