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Welcome to the Future
Cisco TelePresence for Everyone, Everywhere
Portfolio, Interoperability, and Architecture
Cisco Tech Days - Fall 2010
Cherif Gress
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Vision
Endpoints
Infrastructure
Services
Interoperability Defined
Meeting Scenarios
Scheduled v Ad Hoc
Point to Point v Multipoint
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Cisco TelePresence
Strategy and Portfolio
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Cisco TelePresence is the key to successful collaboration;
the new way of working puts people at the center …
enabling you to do more with less
gain competitive advantage
transform the business and be greener
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The Promise of Cisco TelePresence
New Experiences Only We Can Deliver
Quality
Simplicity
Reliability
• Natural
communication
• High definition
• Face-to-face,
in person
experience
• Low latency
• Wideband audio
• One button
to push
• Continuous
presence
• Intuitive controls
• Integrated
scheduling
• Ad hoc flexibility
• Low TCO
• Standards based
• Investment
protection
• Scalability
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Collaboration
• Interoperability
• Intercompany
• WebEx, DMS,
IPC, Customer
Care integration
• New experiences
• Doing more,
better
New Collaboration Experiences
Customer Applications and New Opportunities
Conferencing
IP Comms
Active
Collaboration Room
Virtual Meetings
CTS WebEx Engage
Telepresence
Classroom
of the Future
Expert on Demand
HD Recording
Studio
Social Software
Digital Media
MXE
Customer
Care
Lobby Ambassador
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Financial Services Expert
Cisco will Sell the Entire Joint Portfolio
Providing investment protection for customers
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Question
Answer
Which immersive
system will be
discontinued?
Any future immersive products will have full native
interoperability with the TelePresence portfolio.
Which immersive
system will get
development
resources?
We have development teams in Oslo and San Jose that will
continue to add features and functionality to both
systems to maintain market leadership. One global team
owns all immersive products.
I don’t want to buy
the wrong technology,
which do you
recommend?
Customers have a choice! Each product has technology
benefits to meet specific customer preferences. Both
platforms connect with the entire Cisco TelePresence
portfolio now and in the future with TP Server.
What about the rest
of the portfolio?
The entire Cisco TelePresence portfolio is continuing and
customers have full investment protection for the
equipment they buy.
The New Cisco TelePresence Portfolio
Any to Any Interoperability
Endpoints
Complete Portfolio
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Infrastructure
Scalable and
Comprehensive
Cloud Services
Reliable, Secure
and Global Reach
The New Cisco TelePresence Portfolio
Any to Any Interoperability
Endpoints
Complete Portfolio
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Infrastructure
Scalable and
Comprehensive
Cloud Services
Reliable, Secure
and Global Reach
Cisco TelePresence
Combined Endpoint Portfolio
Immersive
For dedicated rooms
with optimized and
customized
environments for
face-to-face virtual
communications and
collaboration
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Multipurpose
An optimum
telepresence
experience for the
widest range of group
conference rooms
and environments
Personal
For telepresence
experiences in
personal office, at
home for
telecommuting
applications, and
while traveling
Solution Platforms
Core Cisco
TelePresence
components for
customized and
vertical applications
Customer Choice for the Industry’s
Best Immersive UC, Telepresence, & HD Video
TODAY
CTS 3000 Series
Flexible Room Environments
Classic Design
Models for 6, 14 and 18 Seats
T3 / T1
• Multiscreen
immersive experience
• Immersive graphical
collaboration
• Intra / Intercompany
network connections
• Complete vendor
interoperability
Fixed Room Environments
Contemporary Design
2, 6 seats and custom options
NEXT
WebEx Integration
One Button To Push
Media Switching
HD Content Studio
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Feature
Expansion
Touch Screen Display for UI
Three touch-enabled
collaboration screens on table
Continuous Presence
Profile Series
Large Rooms and Collaborative Space
Small Rooms
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Medium Rooms
EX90 Personal Telepresence
Gigabit Ethernet
– LAN and PC
USB Device
HDMI in and out
Touch Panel
DVI-I input (PC)
Power Supply
PC audio
PLUS Qty 2 USB Host, 1/8” mini Headphone, TPM20 Mic input
Key features
• Included
High quality
Tandberg
wideband
1080p60
24” PChandset
PrecisionHD
LCD screen
or headset
integrated
with 1920x1200
inputcamera
for privacy
WUXGA
with Optical
resolution
Zoom(16:10)
1.5x
• 2
1080p30
Tilts
front
down
speakers
and
for 720p60
useand
as subwoofer
avideo
document
resolution
for
camera
High
forFidelity
the
& Inverts
Telepresence
Audio
image
Experience
automatically
experience at the desk
• 8”
Dual
4-way*
TANDBERG
display
720p30
capable
inTouch
HD MultiSiteTM
(HDMI
pad for
out)simple
enables
control
a second
- Touch
screen
screen
dedicated
GUI interface
to
content/presentation
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Cisco EX60
Personal TelePresence for Knowledge Workers
Cisco EX60
Personal Telepresence for Knowledge Workers
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EX Series
EX60
EX90
T1700
1080p30 / 720p60
1080p30 / 720p60
720p30
Content Sharing
720p15/ WXGA
1080p30 / WUXGA
7,5fps/ WXGA
Screen size / res
21.5” /1920x1080
24” /1920x1200
20” /1366x768
1080p30, F1.7, 50° view
Doc cam
1080p30, F1.7, 45° - 65°
view (zoom) Doc cam
720 p30, 38°- 88°
(Multiway in future release)
4-way HD embedded
MultiSite (option)
4-way MultiSite
embedded
1 (PC) / -
1 (PC) / 1 (2nd source)
1(PC)/1 (2nd source)
-
Dual Display (option)
2 front speakers
2 front speakers and
subwoofer
2 front speakers, two
microphones
Input device
InTouch
InTouch
Remote control
Base price
$6,900
$9,900
$8,420
Video Quality
Camera
MultiSite
DVI / HDMI in
HDMI out
Audio
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Movi 4.0 with PrecisionHD USB Camera
Key features
• Movi
has the
capability
to initiate
ad-hoc
multi-site
calls
Business
quality
HD video
(up to “Multiway”
w720p 30 fps)
on the
desktop
•• Multiparty
video,
content
sharing (H.239/BFCP),
Far End
Camera Control
Industry’s
audio
performance
(AAC-LD, G.722.1,
G.711)
Extend
the best
Telepresence
Experience
to
the PC/MAC
•• Same
Phonebook
directories
room
systems with “real time” Availability &
Firewall
friendly with
AES andas
TLS
Encryption
Presence
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Cisco TelePresence Immersion Curve
Business use case determines the immersive needs!
Immersive needs determine the product selection!
B2B
Customer facing
Executive decision making
Time/Mission critical
Persuasion Negotiation
Meeting
Environment
Enhanced Presence
Office and Home
Personal Mobility
Multipurpose
Enhancing Voice
Personal
Beyond the room
Many Participants
Solution
Components
Video Enabled Web
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Video Enabled Voice
Telepresence
Immersive
The New Cisco TelePresence Portfolio
Any to Any Interoperability
Endpoints
Complete Portfolio
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Infrastructure
Scalable and
Comprehensive
Cloud Services
Reliable, Secure
and Global Reach
Cisco TelePresence
Next-Generation Infrastructure Portfolio
Conferencing
Industry-leading
transcoding and
switching capabilities for
large and scalable
multipoint meetings with
security.
Call & Session Control
Comprehensive Cisco
TelePresence session
control via a complete
set of capabilities for
intra- and intercompany collaboration.
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Media Services
Network-delivered media
experiences such as
recording, streaming,
transcoding, video
analytics and tagging.
Any-to-any interoperability
via multiple capabilities.
Management
Complete management
with integrated scheduling,
network and element
management, reporting
capabilities, and ROI tools.
Industry Leading Versatility
Other
Legacy
TANDBERG T3
TANDBERG
Legacy
TANDBERG
Telepresence
Server 8710
Audio endpoints
TANDBERG
T1
MOVI
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Call and Session Control
Cisco UC and Tandberg Telepresence/Video Integration
Component Portfolio
CUCM Family
Bridged
VCS Family
Trunk Plus
• Platform for UC services
− Telephony
− Video endpoints
• End Point
− TelePresence
management
− Conferencing
• Centralized
− Voicemail
Dial Plans
− Contact Center
• CDRs
− Presence/IM
• Security
• UC Provisoning and Mgmt
• SIP and SCCP Video EP Mgmt
• SCCP, SIP & H.323 video interop
• MOC integration
UC Richness  Dual Approach 
• Advanced video and
Telepresence capabilities
− Bandwidth mgmt
− Firewall traversal
• Full interworking with
feature parity
− H.323
− SIP
• UC integration
− OCS
− 3rd party PBXs
TP Richness
Ongoing feature enhancement across the portfolio
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Future Longer Term Vision
VCS becomes part of the Cisco Unified family
UC Manager Cluster
Telepresence Application
Servers
H.323 Gatekeeper
H.323-to-SIP GW
SIP Grooming
(CU)VCS
3rd party and H.323 video devices
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Advanced
Conferencing
Services
Expressway firewall
traversal
(CU)VCS
(CU)VCS
Distributed Conference
Services
B2B and Remote Worker
* Naming TBA
Cisco TelePresence
Interoperability
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There’s a Lot More to Interoperability
Cross-company and cross-technology for collaboration experiences
Interoperability means working seamless across:
Multi-vendor
… Standards-compliant
videoconferencing
… Polycom, Microsoft, etc.
Native Telepresence
… driving TIP and industry standards
Intercompany
… for securely connecting
across networks
Collaboration
… integration across IPC, WebEx,
enterprise social software and
customer care for new experiences
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Cisco’s TelePresence portfolio will support
all realistic interoperability scenarios today
Point to Point
Scheduled
Adhoc
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Multipoint
• MCU
• MCU
• Telepresence Server
• Telepresence Server
• CTMS + MXE 5600
• CTMS + MXE 5600
• MXE 5600
• AM GW
• MCU
• Telepresence Server
• CTMS + MXE 5600
1
Three Solutions for Multipoint Conferencing
Industry Leading Multipoint Options
a
Telepresence Server
b
CTMS + MXE 5600
c
MCUs
Positioning
Powerful immersive multipoint solution
with continuous presence, ad hoc
flexibility, individual transcoding and
native interoperability with standardsbased endpoints including TIP
High quality, ultra low latency,
media switching for large immersive
conferences with user-friendly
features such as one button to push
and conference controls
The leading multipoint solution for singlescreen endpoints with a variety of conference features, custom layouts for different
meeting scenarios, and native interoperability with standards-based endpoints
Application
• Multi and single screen immersive
• Continuous presence
• Multi and single screen immersive
• Voice switching
• Single screen multipoint
• Ad-hoc conferencing
• Continuous presence
Quality
• 720p30 quality
• Individual transcoding for best
quality to every endpoint
• 1080p30 quality for CTS-only calls
• Ultra low latency non-transcoded
call for CTS participants
• Up to 1080p30 quality and support
for multiple SD resolutions
• Individual transcoding for best
quality to every endpoint
Interop
• Optimized for TANDBERG and
standards-based endpoints
• Interoperability with competitor
immersive systems
• Standards-based interoperability
• TIP support
• Optimized for CTS products
• Standards-based interoperability
available through MXE or CUVC
• TIP support
• Optimized for TANDBERG and
standards-based endpoints
• Multivendor interoperability with all
standards-based endpoints
• Expandable up to 144 screens, up to
48 screens per conference
• Up to 48 screens in a conference
• Expandable up to 180 HD ports, 720
SD ports, up to 60 HD/80 SD ports
per conference
Scalability
IMMERSIVE TELEPRESENCE MULTIPOINT
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T3-Screen Layouts
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1a
Immersive Multipoint Conferencing
on Telepresence Server
CTS500
CTS1100
EX90
MXP
CTS1300
Telepresence
Server
3rd party
single-screen
endpoints
CTS3000
C-series
MOVI
ISDN GW
Polycom RPX/TPX
T3
ISDN
system
DETAILS
• CTS registered to
CUCM, standard
endpoints registered
to VCS
• Call control and
shared dial-plan
through SIP trunk
between CUCM and
VCS
• TMS for scheduling
Room-Switched Telepresence
KEY FEATURES
• Continuous presence and content
sharing for all participants
• Individual transcoding ensuring best
possible experience given network
and bandwidth limitations
• Ability to add participants on the fly
• Broadest support for standards
based devices
• Supports Polycom RPX & TPX systems
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Room-Switched Continuous Telepresence
SUPPORTED
MODES
Telepresence View
Panel-Switched
Telepresence
Panel-Switched
Continuous Telepresence
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1b
Immersive Multipoint Conferencing
on CTMS + MXE 5600
DETAILS
CTS1100
CTS500
MXP series
CTMS
CTS1300
MXE 5600
CTS3000/3200
Polycom
CTS1000
HDX 4000,
7000, 8000,
9000
KEY FEATURES
• Simple scheduling in Outlook/Notes with
OBTP call launch (for CTS systems)
• Ultra low latency (between CTS systems)
• 1080p30 (for CTS-only calls)
• Voice-activated panel switching
• Up to 48 screens in a conference
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• Each standard endpoint
participates in the
conference as an
individual system
• CTS registered to
CUCM, standard
endpoints registered to
VCS
• Call control and shared
dial-plan through SIP
trunk between CUCM
and VCS
• CT-Man for scheduling
• H323 requires
interworking
Room-Switched Telepresence
SUPPORTED
MODES
View at
CTS 3000
Panel-Switched Telepresence
View at MXP, HDX
endpoints
1c
Single-screen multipoint conferencing
on the MCUs
EX90
3rd party
single-screen
endpoints
EX90
C-series
MCU
C-series
Audio
3rd party
single-screen
endpoints
ISDN GW
MXP series
• Single-screen systems
only
• standard endpoints
registered to VCS
• TMS for scheduling
• Virtual meeting rooms
for ad-hoc conferences
MOVI
ISDN
system
KEY FEATURES
• Compatible with all major vendors VC endpoints
• Up to sixty 1080p30 users in a conference
• Individual transcoding ensures best possible
experience for every user
• Easy to setup and use
• Extensive set of CP layout selections
• Advanced conferencing functionality
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DETAILS
EXAMPLE
LAYOUTS
MCU Screens - What Do You See?
There are 59 different layouts
available to an MCU user.
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Cisco’s TelePresence portfolio will support
all realistic interoperability scenarios today
Point to Point
Multipoint
Scheduled
1
Scheduled conferences
Adhoc
2
Direct dialing
point-to-point
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1
Adhoc
Multipoint
2
Ad-hoc direct dialing point-to-point
DETAILS
CTS1300
MXP series
CTS1100
MXE 5600
CTS1000
CTS500
Polycom
CTS3000
HDX 4000,
7000, 8000,
9000
• Single-screen systems
• CTS registered to CUCM,
standard endpoints
registered to VCS
• Each standard endpoint
participates in the call as
an individual system
• Call control and shared
dial-plan through SIP trunk
between CUCM and VCS
• TMS and CT-Man for
scheduling
• SIP signalling - requires
VCS for H323 interworking
KEY FEATURES
• Up to HD 720p30
• Dial the system, not the GW (it’s inclusion is
transparent to the user)
• Modular design allows scaling and flexibility
• Up to 15 concurrent HD calls in a single blade
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SUPPORTED
MODES
MultiwayTM
Multiway is powered by VCS and now
brings ad hoc multiparty conferencing
capabilities to Movi…
2.
A and B want to call C. A places B
on hold and calls C.
Hold
Scenario I
1.
A
Point to Point Video Call between
A and B.
C
3.
A
B
A selects “Join”, and now A,B and C
are now in a multiparty call hosted on
the MCU, using Multiway™.
B
A
B
C
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Innovating the future of user experience
Simplified, consistent and integrated TelePresence user design philosophy
Intuitive
Personal
Natural
Control
Identity
Collaboration Applications
 User Simplicity
 Enhanced features
 Common GUI
across endpoints
 Personalization
 Connecting people
not devices
 Feature enablement
by class of user/
endpoint
 Richer collaboration
experience
 2-way content
interaction
 Preview then share
content
Next 24 months
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Integrated
 Platform enables
enterprise
applications
 Built for future
integration with
other work tools
Cisco and TANDBERG
Better Together… Better for You…
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TANDBERG is now part of Cisco
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