Data Sheet
Cisco DX80
Product Overview
Discover a delightful new approach to working that is simple-to-use and offers a no-compromise collaboration
experience. Upgrade your desktop with a virtual collaboration experience so stunning you will feel as though you
and other participants are in the same room. Say goodbye to desktop clutter with a sleek Cisco® DX80. Say hello
to all-in-one desktop collaboration featuring high-definition (HD) video, unified communications features, a display
for your laptop, and expanded capabilities. The DX80 offers:
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A dedicated, always-on HD video communication system
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An IP phone that provides essential features for knowledge workers
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A high-quality audio system for speakerphone
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A 23-inch 16:9 screen that provides an engaging experience for video calls
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A multitouch capacitive touchscreen that provides an elegant and powerful user interface
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A self-provisioning device that is simple for users to take out of the box and start using quickly
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Easy “one-button-to-push” (OBTP) calling that integrates with common calendaring programs
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Flexible registration models on-premises and in the cloud
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Ability for administrators to use Cisco Expressway™ Series for the secure connection of their remote
workers
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Features and Benefits
Table 1 lists the features and benefits of the Cisco DX80.
Table 1.
Features and Benefits
Feature
Benefit
Design features
● Ability to install in minutes: The DX80 is an integrated device with fully touch-based on-screen controls. Just plug in the
power cable and network. Get started with a simple set-up wizard. Authenticate to complete the setup.
● In-person video: With a large 23-inch screen and best-in-class video and audio capabilities, the DX80 allows for life-like
experiences.
● Top-notch monitor: You can use the DX80 as an external monitor when plugged into a laptop. It has a high-contrast
LED panel with a wide viewing angle and a full touch surface.
● Document camera: You can tilt the camera located on top of the DX80 down to allow sharing of physical content and
drawings.
● Inclinable screen: The DX80 accommodates users who want to sit and use it at a reclined angle to type or draw at their
desk comfortably. You can easily pull the device toward yourself; it reclines to a 40° angle to the table.
Content-sharing
features
● Share multimedia and presentations at the touch of a button: While on a call, you can see the laptop screen and share it
instantly in full HD with the on-screen control bar.
● Enjoy the easy on-screen control interface accessible with a single tap on the screen.
Performance
features
● The system offers simultaneous HD video and content sharing.
● Audio is communicated through full-duplex, full-band audio (CD quality).
● Provisioning and configuration are easy with Cisco Unified Communications Manager or with Cisco TelePresence®
Video Communication Server (VCS) and Management Suite (TMS).
● The DX80 registers to Cisco VCS and Session Initiation Protocol (SIP)-based call controls, Cisco Unified
Communications Manager, and the Cisco Hosted Collaboration Solution (HCS).
● The phone is enabled for Cisco Spark™ room service.
Registration
models
Product Specifications
Table 2 lists the specifications of the Cisco DX80.
Table 2.
Product Specifications
Feature
Benefit
Components
Fully integrated unit including:
● Codec
● Camera
● Display
● Microphones and loudspeaker
Included: Screen cleaning cloth, HDMI cable (2m), USB cable (2m), Ethernet cable (2.9m), and power supply.
Display
● 23-inch (0.58m) LCD monitor
● Resolution: 1920 x 1080 (16:9)
● High-contrast IPS LED panel
● Contrast ratio: 1000:1 (typical)
● Viewing angle: +/–178 degrees (typical)
● Response time: 5 ms (typical)
● Brightness: 215 cd/m2 (typical)
● Color depth: 16.7 million colors
● Color gamut 72% (of NTSC)
● 10-point multitouch surface
Supported PC
input resolutions
Ergonomic design
Up to 1080p
● The stand is retractable in the upright position for easy transportation
● You can tilt the screen from an angle of 11° to 50° from the vertical
● You can tilt the camera from an angle of –5° to 70° from the display
● You can lift the connector lid fully and lock it to the back of the unit with magnets
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Feature
Audio
Benefit
● The loudspeaker is mounted on the front panel and faces you
● Four digital microphones are mounted in two arrays
● Loudspeaker frequency range: 70 Hz to 20 kHz
● Microphones frequency range: 100 Hz to 20 kHz
Front camera
● 63° horizontal field of view
● 38° vertical field of view
● Resolution: 1080p30
● F 2.2
● Privacy shutter
Processor
TI OMAP 4470 1.5-GHz dual-core ARM Cortex-A9 processor
Storage
8-GB eMMC NAND flash memory (embedded multimedia card; nonvolatile)
Memory
2-GB RAM; Low Power Double Data Rate Synchronous Dynamic Random-Access Memory (LPDDR2 SDRAM)
Ports and slots
● High-Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI) type A port for PC or Mac video input
● HDMI type A port output (reserved for future use)
● High-speed USB 2.0 ports:
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◦
◦
◦
Three standard type A ports enable wired or wireless (dongle) headsets and handset use
One standard type B port (reserved for future use)
One Micro-B USB port with native RS-232 (serial port, intended for service only)
Maximum of 500-mA power output at 5V or 2.5W for each USB port
Physical buttons
● Volume up/down
● Mute
Visual indicator
● Camera LED indicator (incoming calls and camera activation)
● Microphone LED indicator (mute)
● Power button LED indicator (power on, sleeping, message waiting, and error)
Physical
dimensions
(H x W x D)
20.2 x 22.2 x 3.5 in. (51.2 x 56. 5 x 8.9 cm)
Weight
15.65 lb (7.1 kg)
Power
Rated: 60W maximum
Low-power standby mode
Physical security
Compatible with Kensington Security Slot
Connectivity
Ethernet
● Internal 2-port Cisco Ethernet switch allows for a direct connection to a 10/100/1000BASE-T Ethernet network
(IEEE802.3i/802.3u/802.3ab) through an RJ-45 interface with single LAN connectivity for both the phone and a colocated PC
● The system administrator can designate separate VLANs (IEEE 802.1Q) for the PC and phone, providing improved
security and reliability of voice and data traffic
Accessories
Cisco VESA
mounting kit
The optional mounting kit includes an adapter that replaces the DX80 foot stand and provides mounting points for 75- x 75mm and 100- x 100-mm VESA, allowing the use of third-party mounting solutions or the basic flush wall-mount included with
the kit.
Temperature Range
Operating
temperature
● 32° to 104°F (0° to 40°C)
Relative humidity
● 10% to 90% (noncondensing)
Storage
temperature
● –4° to 140°F (–20° to +60°C)
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Feature
Benefit
Approvals and Compliance
● Directive 2014/35/EU (Low-Voltage Directive)
● Directive 2014/30/EU (EMC Directive) – Class A
● Directive 2014/53/EU (Radio Equipment Directive)
● Directive 2011/65/EU (RoHS)
● Directive 2002/96/EC (WEEE)
● NRTL approved (Product Safety)
● FCC CFR 47 Part 15B (EMC) – Class B
● FCC Listed (Radio Equipment)
Firmware Options and Features
The Cisco DX70 and DX80, MX, and SX Series all support the Collaboration Endpoint (CE) Software. CE software
is configurable for the Cisco Spark service and for both Cisco HCS and on-premises deployments (registered to
Cisco Unified Communications Manager, Cisco Video Communication Server, or even standalone with H.323). For
the time being, the capabilities offered by these configurations do vary. Table 3 describes the capabilities common
to both. Table 4 lists the additional on-premises features, and Table 5 lists the major differences for the Cisco
Spark Service. Table 6 lists W-Fi features and specifications for the Cisco Spark service and on-premises
registered endpoints.
In addition, the DX Series can run on Android-based software. This software is compatible only with Cisco Unified
Communications Manager. Tables 7 and 8 summarize the Android-based software.
The DX70 and DX80 are planned to ship with CE software by default starting in the second half of 2016.
Table 3.
Features Common to the Cisco Spark Service and On-Premises Registered Endpoints
Feature
Cisco CE 8.3.0 Software for Managed and Hosted
Video inputs
Support for formats up to maximum 1920 x 1080 @ 30 fps (HD1080p30), including:
● 640 x 480
● 720 x 480
● 800 x 600
● 1024 x 768
● 1280 x 720
● 1366 x 768
● 1920 x 1080
High-definition inputs use progressive video formats
Extended Display Identification Data (EDID)
Live video
resolutions
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●
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●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
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176 x 144 @ 30 fps (QCIF) (decode only)
352 x 288 @ 30 fps (CIF)
512 x 288 @ 30 fps (w288p)
576 x 448 @ 30 fps (448p)
768 x 448 @ 30 fps (w448p)
704 x 576 @ 30 fps (4CIF)
1024 x 576 @ 30 fps (w576p)
640 x 480 @ 30 fps (VGA)
800 x 600 @ 30 fps (SVGA)
1024 x 768 @ 30 fps (XGA)
1280 x 1024 @ 30 fps (SXGA)
1280 x 720 @ 30 fps (720p30)
1280 x 768 @ 30 fps (WXGA)
1920 x 1080 @ 30 fps (1080p30)
1440 x 900 @ 30 fps (WXGA+)
1680 x 1050 @ 30 fps (WSXGA+)
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Feature
Cisco CE 8.3.0 Software for Managed and Hosted
Audio features
● Up to 48-kHz sampling rate
● High-quality 20-kHz stereo audio
● Acoustic echo cancellers
● Automatic Gain Control (AGC)
● Automatic noise reduction
●
Wi-Fi
ee Table 6
Language support Arabic, Catalan, Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, Finnish, French, German, Hebrew, Hungarian, Italian, Japanese, Korean,
Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese-Brazilian, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Swedish, Traditional Chinese, and Turkish;
depends on software version. For regions that support Cisco Spark service, please visit: cs.co/geos.
Table 4.
Software Features for Endpoints Registered On-Premises or Cisco HCS
Feature
Cisco CE 8.3.0 Software
Bandwidth
H.323 and SIP: Up to 3 Mbps point to point
Minimum
bandwidth for
resolution/frame
rate
720p30 from 768 kbps
Firewall traversal
Cisco TelePresence Expressway technology
Video standards
H.263, H.263+, H.264, and AVC (H.264/MPEG-4 Part 10 Advanced Video Coding)
Video features
1080p30 from 1472 kbps
● On-screen layout control for video and presentation
● Active control (participants list, active speaker and content sharing, end participant call, and muted participants)
● Layout controls
● Self-View
● Far-end camera control
Audio standards
● 64- and 128-kbps AAC-LD, OPUS, G.722, G.722.1, G.711mu, G.711a, G.729ab, and G.729
Audio features
● Active lip synchronization
Dual stream
● H.239 (H.323) dual stream
● Binary Floor Control Protocol (BFCP) (SIP) dual stream
● Support for resolutions up to 1080p (1920 x 1080)
Multipoint
support
Embedded
encryption
Cisco Ad-Hoc Conferencing (requires Cisco Unified Communications Manager, Cisco HCS, Cisco TelePresence Server,
and Cisco TelePresence Conductor)
● SIP point-to-point
● Standards-based: Advanced Encryption Standard (AES)
● Automatic key generation and exchange
● Supported in dual stream
Calling features
● + Dialing (ITU E.164)
● Add consultative call
● Adjustable ringing and volume levels
● Adjustable display brightness
● Auto-answer
● Auto-detection of headset
● Call forward
● Call forward notification
● Call-history lists
● Caller ID
● Corporate directory
● Conference (ad hoc)
● Do Not Disturb (DND)
● Extension Mobility service
● Favorites
● Hold (and Resume)
● Join (ad hoc merge)
● Message waiting indicator
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Feature
Cisco CE 8.3.0 Software
● Mute (audio and video)
● Network profiles (automatic)
● Self-View (video call)
● One-button-to-push (OBTP)
● Shared line
● Single Number Reach (SNR)
● Transfer
● Voicemail
Using the Cisco
When entering a room or area with a DX70 or DX80 endpoint, both the DX and the Cisco Proximity application visually
Proximity app to
indicate that they are paired or connected together. This pairing provides the following capabilities:
navigate the video
● Video system control: Use the Cisco Proximity app on a mobile device to initiate, answer, or hang up a call on the onsystem
premises registered endpoint. You can also move the call from the mobile device to the DX and visa versa
● View shared content: Use the Cisco Proximity app on a mobile device to view the content being shared. Use the Cisco
Proximity app on a laptop to share the content wirelessly in and out of a call
The Cisco Proximity app on iOS, Android, Windows, and MacOS is enabled for pairing by default. Control is available to
anyone with the Cisco Proximity app. Alternatively, users who do not have a mobile or desktop device or the Cisco Proximity
app can control the system with the DX’s touchscreen.
IP network
features
In-room controls
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Domain Name System (DNS) lookup for service configuration
Differentiated Services (quality of service [QoS])
IP adaptive bandwidth management (including flow control)
Dynamic playout and lip-sync buffering
Date and Time support with Network Time Protocol (NTP)
Packet loss-based downspeeding
URI Dialing
TCP/IP
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP)
802.1x network authentication
802.1Q virtual LAN
802.1p (QoS and class of service [CoS])
ClearPath v1 and v2
With in-room controls, you can add custom elements to the user interface. Controls for lights, blinds, or other peripherals
can be added to the DX interface.
Custom panels creation from the web UI interface
● Global panel accessible in the system bar tray
● Home screen panel accessible from the control tray
● In-call panel accessible from the in-call tray
Call control
registration
● Native registration with Cisco Unified Communications Manager (requires Cisco Unified Communications Manager
Version 8.6 or later)
● Basic Cisco Unified Communications Manager provisioning
● Firmware upgrade from Cisco Unified Communications Manager
● Cisco Discovery Protocol and DHCP option 150 support
IPv6 network
support
● Dual-stack IPv4 and IPv6 for DHCP, Secure Shell (SSH) Protocol, HTTP, Secure HTTP (HTTPS), DNS, and
Differentiated Services (DiffServ)
● Support for both static and autoconfiguration (stateless address autoconfiguration)
Security features
●
●
●
●
●
System
management
● Support for the Cisco TelePresence Management Suite (TMS)
● Total management through embedded Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP), Telnet, SSH, XML, and Simple
Object Access Protocol (SOAP)
● Remote software upload: Through web server, HTTP, and HTTPS
Directory services
● Support for local directories (My Contacts)
● Corporate directory (through Cisco Unified Communications Manager and Cisco TMS)
● Server directory supporting Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) and H.350 (requires Cisco TelePresence
Management Suite)
● Call history with received, placed, and missed calls with date and time
Management through HTTPS and SSH
IP administration password
Menu administration password
Disable IP services
Network settings protection
Language support Arabic, Catalan, Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, Finnish, French, German, Hebrew, Hungarian, Italian, Japanese, Korean,
Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese-Brazilian, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Swedish, Traditional Chinese, and Turkish;
depends on software version.
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When registered to the Cisco Spark service, the DX70 and DX80 can call other endpoints including other Cisco
*
room systems, tablets, PCs, and Macs using URI dialing . The services offered in this configuration are listed in
Table 5. Also, if you have meetings with more than three parties, you can use the DX70 and DX80 with any
meeting services such as Cisco Spark meetings or Cisco WebEx® on Annuity.
Table 5.
Software Features for the Cisco Spark Service or Cisco WebEx on Annuity
Feature
Cisco CE 8.3.0 Software for Cisco Spark Room System
Calling into another
audio or video device
Video devices registered to Cisco Spark Service can call to any other Cisco Spark registered system as well as
standards-based video and conferencing systems using URI dialing only. The Cisco Spark service enables video
conferencing with Skype for Business.
Bitrate and video
quality
Video calls will typically allow currently up to 720p30fps in a point-to-point call.
In a multiparty call, the Cisco Spark system will send several independent streams and maintain a constant bitrate.
In conditions where the network does not allow full bitrate, the rate will be automatically adjusted and the video
gracefully degraded.
Firewall traversal
Cisco Spark meeting service does not require additional equipment for firewall traversal.
Refer to this article for more information: https://support.ciscospark.com/customer/en/portal/articles/1911657-firewalland-network-requirements-for-the-cisco-spark-app.
Video and audio
standards
Video features
Devices registered to Cisco Spark will typically use H.264 for video and OPUS for audio.
● On-screen layout control for video and presentation
● Active control (participants list, active speaker and content sharing, and end participant call)
● Self-View
Content sharing
● Up to 1080p5fps
Multiparticipants
● Multiparty meetings are supported by call control or by the Cisco Spark meeting service, not the endpoint itself
Pairing for room
system control and
moving calls
IP network features
When entering a room or area with a DX endpoint, both the DX and the Cisco Spark application visually indicate that
they are paired or connected together. This pairing provides the following capabilities:
● Room system control: Use the Cisco Spark app on a mobile device to initiate, answer, or hang up a call on the
Cisco Spark Room System
● Move calls: Smoothly move a call from the Cisco Spark app on a mobile device to a Cisco DX when walking into
the room. Or move a call from the Cisco DX to the Cisco Spark app when leaving the conference room
● The Cisco Spark app on iOS and Android is enabled for pairing by default. Control is available to anyone with a
Cisco Spark app, even the free version. Alternatively, users who do not have a mobile or desktop device or the
Cisco Spark app can control the system with the DXs touchscreen
● IPv4
● IP adaptive bandwidth management (including flow control)
● Date and Time support with Network Time Protocol (NTP)
● URI Dialing
● TCP/IP
● DHCP
● 802.1Q Virtual LAN
● ClearPath v2
System management
*
Cisco Spark endpoints management is accessible to customers through the Cloud Collaboration Management. Cisco
Spark service automates software upgrades.
Note: When registered to Cisco Spark service, the DXs do not have telephony capabilities, such as the ability to
place or receive phone calls. They have URI dialing capabilities only.
For more information about Cisco Spark Room Systems, read the Cisco Spark data sheet.
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Table 6.
Wi-Fi Features and Specifications for Cisco Spark Service and On-Premises Registered Endpoints
Feature
Specifications
Protocol
IEEE 802.11a, 802.11b, 802.11g, and 802.11n
Frequency band
and operating
channels
● 2.412–2.472 GHz (channels 1–13)
● 5.180–5.240 GHz (channels 36–48)
● 5.260–5.320 GHz (channels 52–64)
● 5.500–5.700 GHz (channels 100–140)
● 5.745–5.825 GHz (channels 149–165)
Note: IEEE 802.11d is used to identify available channels.
Nonoverlapping
channels
● 2.4 GHz (20-MHz channels): Up to 3 channels
● 5 GHz (20-MHz channels): Up to 24 channels
● 5 GHz (40-MHz channels): Up to 9 channels
Operating modes
● Auto (default), preference to strongest RSSI for 2.4 or 5 GHz
● 2.4 GHz only
● 5 GHz only
Data rates
● 802.11a: 6, 9, 12, 18, 24, 36, 48, and 54 Mbps
● 802.11b: 1, 2, 5.5, and 11 Mbps
● 802.11g: 6, 9, 12, 18, 24, 36, 48, and 54 Mbps
● 802.11n: HT MCS 0, MCS 1, MCS 2, MCS 3, MCS 4, MCS 5, MCS 6, and MCS 7
2.4-GHz receiver
sensitivity
5-GHz receiver
sensitivity
Transmitter
output power
IEEE 802.11b:
● 1 Mbps: – 95 dBm
IEEE 802.11g:
● 6 Mbps: –89 dBm
IEEE 802.11n HT20:
● MCS 0: –88 dBm
● 2 Mbps: –93 dBm
● 5.5 Mbps: –90 dBm
● 9 Mbps: –89 dBm
● 12 Mbps: –87 dBm
● MCS 1: –86 dBm
● MCS 2: –84 dBm
● 11 Mbps: –86 dBm
● 18 Mbps: –85 dBm
● 24 Mbps: –81 dBm
● MCS 3: –81 dBm
● MCS 4: –78 dBm
● 36 Mbps: –78 dBm
● 48 Mbps: –74 dBm
● MCS 5: –73 dBm
● MCS 6: –71 dBm
● 54 Mbps: –72 dBm
● MCS 7: –69 dBm
IEEE 802.11a:
● 6 Mbps: –91 dBm
IEEE 802.11n HT20:
● MCS 0: –91 dBm
IEEE 802.11n HT40:
● MCS 0: –90 dBm
● 9 Mbps: –91 dBm
● 12 Mbps: –90 dBm
● MCS 1: –89 dBm
● MCS 2: –86 dBm
● MCS 1: –87 dBm
● MCS 2: –85 dBm
● 18 Mbps: –88 dBm
● 24 Mbps: –85 dBm
● MCS 3: –84 dBm
● MCS 4: –81 dBm
● MCS 3: –81 dBm
● MCS 4: –78 dBm
● 36 Mbps: –81 dBm
● 48 Mbps: –77 dBm
● MCS 5: –76 dBm
● MCS 6: –74 dBm
● MCS 5: –74 dBm
● MCS 6: –72 dBm
● 54 Mbps: –76 dBm
● MCS 7: –72 dBm
● MCS 7: –70 dBm
2.4 GHz:
● 802.11b: Up to 16 dBm
● 802.11g: Up to 16 dBm
● 802.11n HT20: Up to 15 dBm
Antenna
● 2.4 GHz: 4.6 dBi peak gain
● 5 GHz: 7.0 dBi peak gain
Access-point
support
● Cisco Unified Access Points
5 GHz:
● 802.11a: Up to 16 dBm
● 802.11n HT20: Up to 15 dBm
● 802.11n HT40: Up to 15 dBm
◦ Minimum: 7.0.240.0
◦ Recommended: 7.4.121.0, 7.6.110.0, or later
● Cisco Autonomous Access Points
◦ Minimum: 12.4(21a)JY
◦ Recommended: 12.4(25d)JA2 or later
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Feature
Specifications
Wireless security
Authentication:
● Wi-Fi Protected Access (WPA) Versions 1 and 2
Personal and Enterprise
Fast secure
roaming
Encryption:
● 40- and 128-bit static Wired Equivalent Privacy (WEP)
● Temporal Key Integrity Protocol (TKIP) and Message
Integrity Check (MIC)
● Advanced Encryption Standard (AES)
Cisco Centralized Key Management (CKM)
● IEEE 802.11e and Wi-Fi Multimedia (WMM)
● Enhanced Distributed Channel Access (EDCA)
QoS
● QoS Basic Service Set (QBSS)
Radar detection
Table 7.
Dynamic frequency selection (DFS) and transmit power control (TPC) according to IEEE 802.11h.
Software Features for the Android-Based Software
Feature
Specifications
Android core
features
● Fully customizable Cisco Launcher and App Tray “Home creen” enables you to place your own application shortcuts,
widgets, and folders
● Home Screen supports up to five separate screen views or pages with a 12 x 9 icon grid
● Landscape-orientated applications are supported
● On-screen keyboard is supported
Android bundled
applications and
widgets
●
●
●
●
●
●
Calculator
Calendar
Camera
Clock
Contacts
Direct Dial
● Email
◦ Internet Message Access Protocol (IMAP)
◦ Post Office Protocol 3 (POP3)
◦ Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync
●
●
●
●
●
Google bundled
applications
Favorites
Gallery
Phone features (for example, forward all, privacy, Do Not Disturb [DND], mobility, and Self-View)
Wallpapers (including live wallpapers)
Web browser
● Google Play (enabled by administrator through Cisco Unified Communications Manager; includes country-approved
Google mobile services applications)
● Gmail
● Google settings
● Maps
● Play Books
● Play Magazines
● Play Movies
● Play Music
● Google Now
Cisco bundled
applications
● Cisco AnyConnect® Secure Mobility Client (VPN)
● Cisco Jabber® Instant Messaging (which offers chat and presence capabilities)
● Cisco WebEx conferencing
● Quick Contact Badge (allows you to easily collaborate with your contacts to place a call, send an email message, send
an instant message [IM], or start a WebEx® meeting)
● Visual Voicemail
Cisco Intelligent
Proximity for
Mobile Voice
● Contact synchronization with Bluetooth-paired, Android, or iOS mobile device that supports Bluetooth Phone Book
Access Profile (PBAP)
● Call-history synchronization to view placed or missed calls from mobile device on the DX80
● Audio path routing, which sends audio through the DX80 for a mobile device-connected call
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Feature
Configuration
modes
Specifications
● Enhanced, fully functional mode that enables all aspects of the phone including applications and accounts
● Simple mode that hides applications and accounts and provides only voice and video call capabilities
● Public mode based on simple mode with restrictions on user settings modifications
Application
deployment
options and
management
● The administrator can disable downloading of all applications on the Cisco DX650, DX70, and DX80. Specifically, the
administrator can configure the DX650, DX70, and DX80 to prohibit the installation of any third-party Android
applications
● Google Play access can be administratively disabled (default). Applications from “unknown sources” can be
administratively disabled (default):
◦ The administrator can optionally install applications using Cisco Unified Communications Manager with the APK file
◦ With Company Photo Directory (ability to set up and link photo directory URL image location associated with
respective user), the administrator can set up and link a photo-directory URL image location associated with a
respective user
Built-in training
and setup
assistance
Third-party
application
development
Language support
● Setup Assistant wizard (helps configure email, Jabber® IM, WebEx conferencing, and voicemail account settings)
Cisco Collaboration application programming interfaces (APIs) through a Software Developer Kit (SDK)
https://developer.cisco.com/site/dxseries/overview/index.gsp.
● Arabic, Egypt (ar_EG)
● Bulgarian, Bulgaria (bg_BG)
● Catalan, Spain (ca_ES)
● Chinese, PRC (zh_CN)
● Chinese, Taiwan (zh_TW)
● Croatian, Croatia (hr_HR)
● Czech, Czech Republic (cs_CZ)
● Danish, Denmark (da_DK)
● Dutch, Netherlands (nl_NL)
● English, Britain (en_GB)
● English, United States (en_US)
● Finnish, Finland (fi_FI)
● French, France (fr_FR)
● German, Germany (de_DE)
● Greek, Greece (el_GR)
● Hebrew, Israel (he_IL)
● Hungarian, Hungary (hu_HU)
● Italian, Italy (it_IT)
● Japanese (ja_JP)
● Korean (ko_KR)
● Latvian, Latvia (lv_LV)
● Lithuanian, Lithuania (lt_LT)
● Norwegian bokmål, Norway (nb_NO)
● Polish (pl_PL)
● Portuguese, Brazil (pt_BR)
● Portuguese, Portugal (pt_PT)
● Romanian, Romania (ro_RO)
● Russian (ru_RU)
● Serbian, Republic of Serbia (sr_RS)
● Slovak, Slovakia (sk_SK)
● Slovenian, Slovenia (sl_SI)
● Spanish, Spain (es_ES)
● Swedish, Sweden (sv_SE)
● Thai, Thailand (th_TH)
● Turkish, Turkey (tr_TR)
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Feature
Calling feature
support
Specifications
● + Dialing (ITU E.164)
● Abbreviated dialing
● Adjustable ringing and volume levels
● Adjustable display brightness
● Auto-answer
● Autodetection of headset
● Barge (cBarge)
● Callback
● Call Chaperone
● Call forward
● Call forward notification
● Call-history lists
● Call park (including Directed Call Park and Assisted Directed Call Park)
● Call pickup
● Call timer
● Call waiting
● Caller ID
● Corporate directory
● Conference (ad hoc)
● Direct transfer
● Divert (iDivert)
● Do Not Disturb (DND)
● Cisco Extension Mobility service
● Fast-dial service
● Forced-access codes and client matter codes
● Group call pickup
● Hold (and Resume)
● Intercom
● International call logging
● Join (ad hoc)
● Last-number redial (LNR)
● Malicious-caller ID
● Message-waiting indicator (MWI)
● Meet-me conference
● Mobility (Cisco Mobile Connect and Mobile Voice Access)
● Music on hold (MoH)
● Mute (audio and video)
● Network profiles (automatic)
● On- and off-network distinctive ringing
● Personal directory
● PickUp
● Predialing before sending
● Privacy
● Private Line Automated Ringdown (PLAR)
● Ring tone per line appearance
● Self-View (video call)
● Service URL
● Shared line(s)
● Silent Monitoring and Recording
● Time and date display
● Transfer (ad hoc)
● Visual Voicemail
● Voicemail
Emergency
services
Emergency Calling Service dialing
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Feature
Specifications
Accessibility
features
Additional accessibility features for the vision impaired, blind, and the hearing and mobility impaired include user-defined
and customizable:
● Display font size and screen brightness settings
● Touchscreen customizable touch and hold delay
● Talkback audio prompts and spoken password
● Support for Explore by Touch features
Security Features
Hardware
● Secure boot
● Secure credential storage
● Device authentication
● File authentication and encryption
● Image authentication and encryption
● Signaling authentication
● Random bit generation
● Hardware cryptographic acceleration
● Encrypted configuration files
● Encrypted file system
Certificate
management
● Certificate Authority Proxy Function (CAPF) support for additional security
● Manufacturer-Installed Certificates (MIC)
● Locally Significant Certificates (LSC)
● X.509 Digital Certificates (DER encoded binary); both DER and Base-64 formats are acceptable for the client and server
certificates; certificates with a key size of 1024, 2048, and 4096 are supported
Network
● Wired: 802.1x supplicant options for network authentication use:
◦ Extensible Authentication Protocol: Extensible Authentication Protocol - Flexible Authentication via Secure Tunneling
(EAP-FAST)
◦ Extensible Authentication Protocol: EAP Transport Layer Security (EAP-TLS)
● Wireless (refer to Table 7):
◦ Wi-Fi Protected Access 2 (WPA2) (EAP-FAST)
◦ Wireless Equivalent Privacy (WEP)
◦ Wireless EAP-TLS
● Protected Extensible Authentication Protocol - Generic Token Card (PEAP-GTC)
Media and data
signaling
● TLS
● Secure Real-Time Transport Protocol (SRTP)
● HTTPS for clients
Enterprise access
● Cisco AnyConnect Secure Mobility Client
● Web Proxy (manual configuration or autoconfiguration of Protected Access Credential [PAC] files)
● NT LAN Manager (NTLM) and Kerberos authentication
Device
management
● Remote wipe
● ActiveSync remote wipe (email, contacts, calendar, etc.)
● Self-service wipe
● Wipe after unsuccessful login attempts
● Factory reset
Policy
management
● Password complexity
● Ability to disable USB
● Ability to disable speakerphone
● Ability to disable headset
● Secure digital I/O (SDIO) enable/disable
● Bluetooth
● Wi-Fi
● Access to Android market
● Screen lock and automatic lock (Personal Identification Number [PIN] or password) device
● Android Debug Bridge (ADB)
Diagnostics
● The integrated Cisco Collaboration Problem Report Tool can send information directly to your system administrator
when you experience problems with your phone or application (requires a configured email account)
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Table 8.
Wi-Fi Features and Specifications for Android-Based Software
Feature
Specifications
Protocol
IEEE 802.11a, 802.11b, 802.11g, and 802.11n
Frequency band
and operating
channels
● 2.412–2.472 GHz (channels 1–13)
● 5.180–5.240 GHz (channels 36–48)
● 5.260–5.320 GHz (channels 52–64)
● 5.500–5.700 GHz (channels 100–140)
● 5.745–5.825 GHz (channels 149–165)
Note: IEEE 802.11d is used to identify available channels.
Nonoverlapping
channels
● 2.4 GHz (20-MHz channels): Up to 3 channels
● 5 GHz (20-MHz channels): Up to 24 channels
● 5 GHz (40-MHz channels): Up to 9 channels
Operating modes
● Auto (default), preference to strongest RSSI for 2.4 or 5 GHz
● 2.4 GHz only
● 5 GHz only
Data rates
● 802.11a: 6, 9, 12, 18, 24, 36, 48, and 54 Mbps
● 802.11b: 1, 2, 5.5, and 11 Mbps
● 802.11g: 6, 9, 12, 18, 24, 36, 48, and 54 Mbps
● 802.11n: HT MCS 0, MCS 1, MCS 2, MCS 3, MCS 4, MCS 5, MCS 6, and MCS 7
2.4-GHz receiver
sensitivity
5-GHz receiver
sensitivity
Transmitter
output power
IEEE 802.11b:
● 1 Mbps: – 95 dBm
IEEE 802.11g:
● 6 Mbps: –89 dBm
IEEE 802.11n HT20:
● MCS 0: –88 dBm
● 2 Mbps: –93 dBm
● 5.5 Mbps: –90 dBm
● 9 Mbps: –89 dBm
● 12 Mbps: –87 dBm
● MCS 1: –86 dBm
● MCS 2: –84 dBm
● 11 Mbps: –86 dBm
● 18 Mbps: –85 dBm
● 24 Mbps: –81 dBm
● MCS 3: –81 dBm
● MCS 4: –78 dBm
● 36 Mbps: –78 dBm
● 48 Mbps: –74 dBm
● MCS 5: –73 dBm
● MCS 6: –71 dBm
● 54 Mbps: –72 dBm
● MCS 7: –69 dBm
IEEE 802.11a:
● 6 Mbps: –91 dBm
IEEE 802.11n HT20:
● MCS 0: –91 dBm
IEEE 802.11n HT40:
● MCS 0: –90 dBm
● 9 Mbps: –91 dBm
● 12 Mbps: –90 dBm
● MCS 1: –89 dBm
● MCS 2: –86 dBm
● MCS 1: –87 dBm
● MCS 2: –85 dBm
● 18 Mbps: –88 dBm
● 24 Mbps: –85 dBm
● MCS 3: –84 dBm
● MCS 4: –81 dBm
● MCS 3: –81 dBm
● MCS 4: –78 dBm
● 36 Mbps: –81 dBm
● 48 Mbps: –77 dBm
● MCS 5: –76 dBm
● MCS 6: –74 dBm
● MCS 5: –74 dBm
● MCS 6: –72 dBm
● 54 Mbps: –76 dBm
● MCS 7: –72 dBm
2.4 GHz:
● 802.11b: Up to 16 dBm
● 802.11g: Up to 16 dBm
● 802.11n HT20: Up to 15 dBm
Antenna
● 2.4 GHz: 4.6 dBi peak gain
● 5 GHz: 7.0 dBi peak gain
Access-point
support
● Cisco Unified Access Points
● MCS 7: –70 dBm
5 GHz:
● 802.11a: Up to 16 dBm
● 802.11n HT20: Up to 15 dBm
● 802.11n HT40: Up to 15 dBm
◦ Minimum: 7.0.240.0
◦ Recommended: 7.4.121.0, 7.6.110.0, or later
● Cisco Autonomous Access Points
◦ Minimum: 12.4(21a)JY
◦ Recommended: 12.4(25d)JA2 or later
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Feature
Specifications
Wireless security
Authentication:
● Wi-Fi Protected Access (WPA) Versions 1 and 2
Personal and Enterprise
● EAP-FAST
Encryption:
● 40- and 128-bit static Wired Equivalent Privacy (WEP)
● Protected Extensible Authentication Protocol - Microsoft
Challenge Handshake Authentication Protocol Version 2
(PEAP-MSCHAPv2)
● Protected Extensible Authentication Protocol - Generic
Token Card (PEAP-GTC)
● EAP-TLS
Fast secure
roaming
● Temporal Key Integrity Protocol (TKIP) and Message
Integrity Check (MIC)
● Advanced Encryption Standard (AES)
Cisco Centralized Key Management (Cisco CKM).
● IEEE 802.11e and Wi-Fi Multimedia (WMM)
● Enhanced Distributed Channel Access (EDCA)
QoS
● QoS Basic Service Set (QBSS)
Radar detection
Dynamic frequency selection (DFS) and transmit power control (TPC) according to IEEE 802.11h.
Licensing
Phone licensing depends on the call-control platform and its policies. For the Cisco Unified Communications
Manager, the Cisco DX80 requires a minimum-level Enhanced IP User Connect License (UCL). There are no
special licenses plus phone bundles for tier-2 distributors. The DX80 is not supported on third-party call-control
systems.
Warranty Information
The DX Series endpoints are covered by the Cisco 1-Year Limited Hardware Warranty. Find warranty information
on Cisco.com at the Product Warranties page.
Ordering Information
Tables 9 and 10 give ordering information to help customers understand all the components or parts they need to
purchase in order to install and use the product.
To place an order, visit the Cisco Ordering Home Page. To download software, visit the Cisco Software Center.
Table 9.
Ordering Information for On-Premises Deployment
This configuration is for on-premises registration to VCS, Cisco Unified Communications Manager, or third-party call control.
Product Name
Part Number
Cisco DX80 – GPL*
CP-DX80-K9=
*
Cisco DX80, for U.S. Government (Trade Agreement Act compliant) - GPL
Table 10.
CP-DX80-K9++=
Ordering Information for Cloud Deployment
This configuration is for registration to the Cisco Spark service and requires a Cisco Spark subscription.
*
*
Product Name
Part Number
Cisco DX80 – MSRP*
CS-DX80-K9=
Cisco Spark service registration for small rooms and desks
A-SPK-SH-RMS
GPL = Global Price List
M RP = Manufacturer’s uggested Retail Price
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Table 11.
Replacement Parts
Product Name
Part Number
HDMI/USB grey cable for Cisco DX80
CAB-COMBO-2M=
Ethernet grey cable for Cisco DX80
CAB-GREY-2.9M=
Foot stand for Cisco DX80
CP-DX80-FS=
Power transformer for the DX70 and DX80 series
CP-PWR-CUBE-5=
Table 12.
Accessories
Product Name
Part Number
Cisco VESA adapter and wall mounting option
CP-DX80-VESA=
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