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Cisco puts Telepresence Interoperability Protocol in Tandberg server

The newly merged Cisco and Tandberg aimed to make a splash at this year's InfoComm. They came out promoting Cisco's recently announced royalty-free Telepresence Interoperability Protocol

AT&T offer Cisco Telepresence interoperability solution

Hello interoperability. Today AT&T revealed a network-based videoconferencing bridging solution allowing customers to use Cisco TelePresence to hold inter-company telepresence sessions with both

Cisco previews new enterprise collaboration tool- Quad

The Unified Communications (UC) wars are heating up. Cisco is tossing their hat in the ring with a new upcoming offering and they offered a preview of the system, giving us all a taste of what's to

More on Cisco's home telepresence

A little while back Cisco announced they were bringing telepresence into the consumer home. Looks like PCWorld has dug up some more details on the interesting offer... Article

Cisco posts 63% profit jump

Cisco posted some solid earnings for the quarter and the year riding the wave of the bounce back in the technology market. We've all seen reports of companies planning to upgrade their networks and

Cisco Quad could give SharePoint a run for its money

Even while Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT) is rolling out SharePoint 2010 this week, Cisco (NASDAQ: CSCO) released its own collaboration suite last year called Quad. From Cisco's perspective, companies

Cisco 3Q earnings call and 'Q in Review'

Ok, so Cisco hasn't announced their earnings yet, but it has been quite an eventful third quarter for the networking company. Nowhere more than IP communications are we aware of all the things Cisco

Polycom names new CEO

Polycom, a telepresence, video and voice communications solutions provider, has named Andrew Miller president and CEO of the company. Miller joined Polycom in 2009 as executive VP of Global Field

Rumor Mill: Cisco buying Nokia?

Ed Note: It appears this rumor is a bit 'old news' and since it's been so long and hasn't come true, I think it is safe to say that Cisco wont be purchasing Nokia. But, with HP buying Palm while

Channel partners feel pinched in vendors' competitive squeeze

Channel partners of Cisco (NASDAQ: CSCO) and Hewlett-Packard (NYSE:HPQ) are under pressure to convince their customers to pick gear from one vendor or the other, rather than any combination that the