Cisco TelePresence SX
Cisco Telepresence is a business-quality video collaboration system designed to meet the needs of your organisation—from small huddle spaces to large, customised board rooms at a highly scalable price.
They include the Cisco TelePresence SX20 Quick Set and SX10 Quick Set.
The Cisco TelePresence SX10 Quick Set offers:
- Business-quality video, priced to scale at roughly the cost of a PC
- Camera and codec in a single compact device that sits on top of your standard flat-panel display
- Cisco Intelligent Proximity support for content sharing to mobile devices and wireless sharing from Macs and PCs
- Simple, elegant cabling that connects through a single-cable system for both power and Ethernet connectivity
- A wide-angle field of view that provides exceptional visibility, even in small spaces
The Cisco TelePresence SX20 Quick Set can transform any flat panel display into a high-definition telepresence system. It also offers:
- Embedded Cisco MultiSite technology for adding three more participants to a call
- Support for Cisco Intelligent Proximity for content sharing to mobile devices and wireless sharing from Macs and PCs
- Support for switched conferencing for enhanced layouts and video on both screens of dual-screen endpoints
- Simple, intuitive connections for simple setup
An app-centric cloud-based service that allows you to meet, call (voice and video), message, share content no matter where you are.
With the Cisco Spark solution:
Meetings: Every meeting is video-centric. You can invite others to join meetings from their desk, a branch office, at home, or on the road. Makes collaboration effortless and get things done easily.
Messaging: Break down communication barrier and provides you the ability to exchange messages and share files with another person or a group of people. You can message anyone or choose someone from your company directory or simply enter anyone's email address and start messaging customers, partners, anyone you need to work with.
Calling: You can make calls to any other Cisco Spark user in any company via SIP dialing, as well as calling regular landline and mobile phones via the PSTN.