What Is Cisco Announcing This Morning To "Forever Change the Internet"? A Foursquare-Enabled Jet Pack?
Kara Swisher, On Tuesday March 9, 2010, 8:15 am Bright and early this morning at 8 am PT, BoomTown will be jacked into the matrix for an invitation-only media and analyst briefing to hear exactly what the heck Cisco (CSCO) has been yammering on about of late. Last month, the networking giant said in a mysterioso email that it would be making “a significant announcement that will forever change the Internet and its impact on consumers, businesses and governments.”
Cisco bringing high-end videoconferencing to homes 10-Jan-10 11:58 am Cisco bringing high-end videoconferencing to homes
By Ritsuko Ando and Sinead Carew Ritsuko Ando And Sinead Carew – Wed Jan 6, 2010
NEW YORK/LAS VEGAS (Reuters) – Network equipment maker Cisco Systems Inc plans to begin selling later this year a long-awaited, affordable home version of its TelePresence videoconferencing system for corporations.
Cisco said it would team up with phone and Internet service provider Verizon Communications Inc to install the system in U.S. homes. Field trials begin this spring, it said.
Cisco opens up videoconferencing protocol 30-Jan-10 09:51 am
Cisco opens up videoconferencing protocol
By Matthew Broersma, ZDNet UK Thursday, January 28, 2010 10:43 AM Cisco has released a teleconferencing interoperability protocol into the public domain, as part of an effort to stimulate the growth of multi-screen telepresence systems.
On Tuesday, at its Networkers Live 2010 conference in Barcelona, the company announced it will license the Telepresence Interoperability Protocol (TIP) royalty-free, and would seek to make TIP into an open industry standard