Cisco Makes Video Easier

Extends the Reach of Video and Collaboration

By Lori Shepherd
Updated: March 01, 2011

Cisco Makes Video Easier

Cisco is perfecting the telepresence and video conferencing space by making video production more accessible and easier for business owners, in house media managers, and anyone responsible for delivering meetings, trainings, and a host of other events within a business setting.
The company’s suite of services and products improve the process of creating, watching, sharing, storing, and managing videos, which enhances how users ultimately deploy video throughout their organizations, whether the end point is a desktop or conference room. These services and products support Cisco’s commitment that all new enterprise collaboration endpoints will be video-enabled. What business owners seeking Cisco solutions will find which make for easier video conferencing are:

  • A 47-inch Cisco TelePresence endpoint compatible for any office or small conference-room setting.
  • A 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® Unified IP Phones that have cameras built in to the devices, offering users an easy, affordable way to adopt and deploy video communications. These devices work with the entire portfolio of Cisco video endpoints, and also contain a variety of energy-saving features.

Considering Cisco’s Telepresence Content Server 5.0, its MXE Media Experience network appliance, and its Digital Signs solution greatly improves business user’s ability to greatly and use videos anywhere
 

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