Next Generation Immersive TelePresence

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Next Generation Immersive TelePresence

  1. 1. Next GenerationImmersive TelePresenceCisco TelePresence Technology GroupMay 2012
  2. 2. TelePresence Redefined Deliver the Power of In-Person For Everyone, Everywhere Putting People at the A Solution that Scales Center of Collaboration
  3. 3. Cisco TelePresence Immersion Curve Business use case determines the immersive needs and product selectionBusiness Critical TelePresenceEx Individuals Connected Team Operations Strategic Decisions tensions Enhanced personal presence Face-to-face interactivity for In-person collaboration in the office, home or on the road better team execution for strategic meetings Video-enabled web and voice Personal Multipurpose Immersive Immersion
  4. 4. Cisco’s TelePresence Market Momentum 2,000+ customers with 21,000+ dedicated/multipurpose rooms and 90,000+ personal endpoints  75% of the Fortune 500  The top twelve global investment banks  100+ high-tech companies  90+ Service Providers  Five of largest WW pharmaceuticals  50+ global energy companies  80+ healthcare companies  90+ public sector/education customers  65%+ immersive endpoint market share*  3500+ 3-screen customer systems deployed  250+ 3-screen systems in largest single customer deployment Sources – Wainhouse Research Multi-codec Market + Cisco Sales Data
  5. 5. Cisco’s Immersive Values – The Key to Success
  6. 6. The Total TelePresence ExperienceThe Paradigm for Business Transformation Immersive • In-person experience for strategic meetings • Immersive codec capable of 1080p60 Video and 1080p30 content sharing • One button to push with Cisco TelePresence Touch • Platform for the future – from immersive video to immersive collaboration CTS 500 TX1310 TX9000 & 9200 • Fully-integrated immersive room system on 65” plasma or • The new immersive benchmark – state of the art industrial 47” LCD display design • Guaranteed, in-person immersive experience for 6 to 18 • Voice-activated switching for 4-6 participants participants • Supports bullet or round/square tables for a great in-room • Accelerated deployment through reduced installation time, and across-the-table experience complexity and effort
  7. 7. Cisco TelePresence TX SeriesThe New Immersive Benchmark #CiscoPlusCA
  8. 8. The Challenge - The Best of Both Worlds…and Better for the Next Generation The best of both worlds? Better than both worlds? …
  9. 9. Industrial design – FuturamaCommitment to user experience
  10. 10. Cisco CTS - TX9000
  11. 11. TX9000 - Cisco is the Immersive Choice
  12. 12. TX9000 highlightsThin light reflector(Textural facetstechnically angled toreflect light back to theusers)Top mountedspeakers (for betteraudio)Lowered screens(optimize visualreal estate)
  13. 13. TX9000 highlightsFabric Bezel(for a continuous andseamless feel)Integrated bezels(ties the screens,creating a unified look) Horizontal product architecture (3 unified screens for aFabric bezel better immersive Product lightness(matches top bezel) experience) (Floating created by gaps)
  14. 14. TX9000 highlights Integrated camera (unobtrusive camera cluster) Floating LED display 1 Light reflector, 2 set ups (wall mounted or freestanding) Thinner profile
  15. 15. TX9000 highlights Easy access panels (for serviceability) Cable cover (no exposed cables)
  16. 16. TX9000 highlightsThin table(warm and approachable) Sleek, high quality table legs
  17. 17. TX9000 highlights Minimally exposed venting Clean facades (no exposed hardware)
  18. 18. TX9000 highlights Inviting touch points (discrete integrated table mics)
  19. 19. TX9000 highlights Inviting touch points (simple integrated cable management, familiar Touch UI)
  20. 20. TX9000 highlights Easy light bar access (for serviceability) Easy camera access (for serviceability) Unified and discrete camera cluster
  21. 21. TX9000 Dual-row solution Up to 18 seats with audio, power and ethernet
  22. 22. TX9000 Portfolio Design Consistency DESIGN AWARDSTX9000 is ultimate experience within a continuum of Cisco TelePresence solutions
  23. 23. Out-of-the-box Immersive Capabilities on the TX Codec4 TX codecs as standard capable of- 1080p60 video- 1080p30 content- No compromise video and content supportThe platform for the future- Performance headroom - The horse power for the future of collaboration - Virtual canvas…
  24. 24. Looking Ahead to Immersive CollaborationQSR Applied to the Virtual Canvas
  25. 25. Cisco TelePresence TouchConsistent, intuitive control today; rich media advances in the future Touch Today Touch Evolution Touch Future Control (today) Presentation & Collaboration Web Applications • Consistent touch interface across • Variety of sizes to meet future use the entire telepresence portfolio case needs • One button to push for scheduled Personalization • Rich media / collaboration meetings • 3rd party device considerations for • Global directories at the touch of a graphics, control and call transfer finger for ad hoc meetings Future Vision Future Vision
  26. 26. Looking AheadExpanding Application Integration - Webex Simple, Intuitive Collaboration between WebEx & TelePresence Scheduled & Ad Hoc meetings WebEx OneTouch functionality Future Software Development - WebEx App on Cisco TelePresence Touch • Rich WebEx Features without a PC
  27. 27. AnnotationUsing the Virtual Canvas to Make Your PointFuture Vision Highlight your talking point…
  28. 28. Content Rich CollaborationContent’s rising importance requires a strategy today for tomorrow’s collaboration Future Vision Sharing content flexibly and interactively for multi-user, multi-location and multi-source requires support to: Control content naturally and intuitively Drive placement of content locally while ensuring The best layouts for other locations Search, share and send content© 2010 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 29
  29. 29. Content DirectorUsing the Virtual Canvas for Content-Rich Meetings Maximize screen real estate for both video and contentFuture Vision See the people talking and what they’re talking about.
  30. 30. TX9000 Bandwidth RequirementsHighest quality 1080p30 with lowest bandwidth, most adaptive in the industry! Resolution Minimum Recommended Maximum 1080p30 7.9 Mbps 9.1 Mbps 10.3 Mbps 720p30 3.1 Mbps 4.3 Mbps 6.1 Mbps • 20% reduction in bandwidth consumption! • Smart Media adapts to network latency, jitter and loss • Quote average bit rate, NOT max • Apple to Apple comparison with Polycom’s recommendation • Extends to all CTS endpoints* Average bit rate per second including audio, video and presentation streams. Does not include network encapsulation overhead which according to the type of physical network the traffic traverses
  31. 31. Cisco is the only immersive choicePeople first experience The technology disappearsThe New Immersive Benchmark Out-of-the-box 1080p60 video and 1080p30 content – no compromises Remove interop boundaries - SIP, BFCP, H.264, TIPTCO disruption Bandwidth requirements – Best in the market and most robust Installation time twice as fast as any other product in the market Integrated Immersive solution - no added lighting or audio requiredThe Portfolio Solution Consistent user experience Consistent design philosophy OBTP integration with collaboration…Growth and performance headroom The future of the Immersive – the Virtual Canvas vision
  32. 32. Cisco TX Series – The New Immersive Benchmark
  33. 33. Q&A #CiscoPlusCA
  34. 34. We value your feedback.Please be sure to complete the Evaluation Form for this session. Access today’s presentations at cisco.com/ca/plus Follow @CiscoCanada and join the #CiscoPlusCA conversation

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