The world’s leading ICT networking company, Cisco has announced a new video and collaboration solutions designed to put high-quality video atthe fingertips of enterprises and multinational cooperation.
The systems will allow people to effectively share video and content in rooms of any size depending upon their needs as well as the setup ofthe room.
These fully integrated systems combine a sleek, award-winning design with a simple and intuitive user experience.
General Manager Cisco, Nigeria, Ghana, Liberia and ierra-Leone, Mr. Dare Ogunlade, said “Previous attempts to deliver collaboration have been incremental and good. But the cold, hard truth is thattoday’s collaboration tools are forcing users to do today’s jobs with yesterday’s technology. It is time for a change. The industry is ready for agreat leap forward, and Cisco is making that leap. These new products representthe first phase of a multi-phase rollout in how Cisco isre-imaginingcollaboration and setting the foundation for a revolution in the industry; staytuned for more.”
In its second generation, the Cisco TelePresence® MX200 is optimal for smaller rooms, is value-priced to scale, is incredibly easy to install, and offers premium HD resolution out of the box.
The Cisco TelePresence MX700 and Cisco TelePresence MX800 represent the performance line and are ideal for medium- to large-sized rooms.
These integrated systems come equipped with premium HD resolution and support H.265, which will give users incredible quality at halfthe regularly-needed bandwidth.
Cisco added that there are no compromises between price and performance hence costing less than the price of a PC. The Cisco TelePresence SX10 Quick Set builds upon elements many companies already have in smaller meeting spaces—flat panel displays—to create incredible video meeting spaces.
Sure to be popular with SMBs, this system turns any standard flat panel display into an HD video collaboration system in 10 minutes or less.
By making such a high-quality experience available at such an attractive price point, Cisco aims to make video the de facto collaboration tool for every conference room.
On video call via webcam, Cisco announced two new offerings in this category, both of which work with many of the solutions.
The Precision 60 offers the industry’s best image quality (1080p60), is highly adaptable to varying light conditions, and has a large zoom range, ensuring that the entire view is captured.
The SpeakerTrack 60 gives everyone the best seat at the table; based on the Precision 60, it is a unique dual camera system that intelligently finds the active speaker in larger meeting rooms and quickly zooms in to show his or her image.
Also, The Cisco TelePresence SX80 is an ideal solution for integrators looking to equip large, unique spaces with video.