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Motorola, Polycom to offer HD telepresence on Xoom tablet

Motorola Mobility Holdings and Polycom have partnered to deliver Polycom's high-definition personal telepresence on Motorola's Xoom tablets. The devices featuring the telepresence video application

Polycom launches Open Telepresence Experience 300 and H.264 High Profile compression support

Polycom made a few announcements this week with the launch of a new telepresence solution and support for a more efficient video compression technology. Polycom's Open Telepresence Experience (OTXTM)

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

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

Managed video services heat up at LifeSize

It used to be that if a business wanted to get into teleconferencing it meant they needed to buy a room full of technology and devote a conference room to using it. With the advent of managed

Radvision demos new telepresence solution

At this week's Interop trade show, RADVISION is unveiling its new SCOPIA XT1000 high definition video conferencing room system as well as a video conferencing control and management app for the iPad.

Could Cisco Telepresence enhance your online dating experience?

Cisco recently ran some interesting experiments with their Telepresence products--enhancing online dating with life-like interaction. They dubbed the behavior teleflirtation. Article

Volcanoes: A new business case for UC

Sure the swine flu had us all hunkered down in our biohazard bunkers using Cisco Telepresence to weather the flu season, but a new and unexpected threat has reared its ugly head. Volcanoes! Yes,

Report: Telepresence sales will hit $2.7 billion in 2015

Say what you want about the economy effecting business spending, telepresence was still a hot sales item in 2009. According to the latest report from ABI Research telepresence hardware, software and

AT&T spending $1B for enterprise service enhancements

AT&T announced it will spend $1 billion in 2010 to expand its application, mobile and cloud service capabilities to cater to the enterprise. On the enterprise mobility application side, AT&T