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November 11, 2009


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I'm finding Cisco's video strategy pretty interesting these days.
It looks to me like they trying to bring as much video as possible to the workplace. What better way to get people to upgrade their switches and routers?

On the high end they just announced their new super video phone, the 9971 for use with their Unified Communications Manager IP PBX. Built in wi-fi, gigabit switch ports, video camera, bluetooth and USB ports!? (here is a quick link to info on their new phones http://uc500.com/introducing-new-cisco-8961-and-9900-series-ip-phones-video )

On the low end they are testing the ability to monitor their new IP Video surveillance cameras from the SPA525G phone on the UC500 SMB platform. That platform has also been certified for use with Skype for SIP. Skype for SIP doesn't yet support video but I can't help but wonder what the future holds.

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