See Active Speakers Up Close and Personal with SpeakerTrack 60

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SpeakerTrack 60 is a dual-camera system that uses microphone triangulation and facial recognition to automatically track down the active speaker in a meeting room and provide the far end participants a much better view of the speaker. An unparalleled dual-camera approach has one camera trained on the current active speaker while the other camera readies to seek and present the next active speaker, resulting in a smoother, uninterrupted conferencing experience.

Extension Mobility Turns Shared Cisco TelePresence Endpoints into Personal Devices

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With Extension Mobility enabled by Cisco Unified Communications Manager, you can take your preferences, call history, and identity with you even when away from your office and using a shared Cisco TelePresence device. This means you can just log in and have your personal telepresence experience wherever you are.

Share Content on your Mobile Devices with Intelligent Proximity

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Intelligent Proximity allows your Cisco TelePresence endpoint to sync with your cell phone, laptop and tablet when in close proximity to view content on the mobile device and leave the telepresence screen real estate dedicated to video. This is a technology preview, it is not a product you can get from Cisco right now.

Video Enable Every Meeting Room with the Cisco MX300 G2

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Scandinavian simplicity with Californian approachability creates a sleek, new MX300 G2, which brings together aesthetics, functionality, and ease of use. Support for dual display lets users add an additional monitor for content viewing, and optional embedded four-way conferencing that lets users add three additional parties to a call without the need for an MCU.

Tabletops in other finish what maple- or walnut-finish in your TX9000 room?

Can´t you sell TX9000 to you’re customers do to that they don´t like maple- or walnut-finish tables? Does it not match to the client’s interior designer, or their corporate design lines?


I had a customer there was building a completely new HQ building in Copenhagen, and their interior designers only wood choice was oak to all types of interior in the new HQ building.

On the same time they installed TX9000 in the first 3 sites, in a worldwide implementation and of course one of the rooms was in this new HQ building. So the interior designers were all over the worldwide implementation of TX9000 and made a separate design guide for TX9000 room’s whit oak as the only option, for all the rooms worldwide, to get the same field and touch in all rooms.

We used a lot of time to tell that the only option from Cisco is maple- or walnut-finish. If we could not deliver them, they want to have them made specialty from a local contractor so they need some measurements of the Tabletops and they will then install them after the room was finalized from Cisco AS.

We call the BU to get the measurements of the tabletops, they asked of course way we need that information. We told them about the customer, and they suggested us instead to try to contact Cisco´s supplier of the tabletops.

The supplier is Woodtech in Oakland, California and the customer made a connection to med CEO of woodtech and they now buy their tabletops direct form the same supplier as Cisco.

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We got Cisco AS to install new tabletops as part of the installation on the customer sites. But you still have to buy a maple- or walnut-finish tabletop from Cisco but you can just install the new instead or alternative after Cisco AS has finalized the room. And the TX9000 also looks really good, whit an oak tabletop.


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