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Cisco Strikes Back
Wainhouse Research - Ira M. Weinstein / Andrew W. Davis


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During the Cisco Collaboration Summit in mid-November 2011 in Miami, Cisco briefed WR on the future of its multipoint videoconferencing architecture. Expected to roll in 2012, this novel approach delivers many of the benefits of a scalable video coding / switching architecture, while maintaining backwards compatibility with the installed base of legacy H.264 compliant systems.

This "hot off the presses" research note provides information and insight into Cisco's future architecture and its potential impact on the industry.

Whether you're a videoconferencing end-user interested in future deployment options and models, a service provider trying to define a business model around Cisco's offerings, a channel partner seeking to understand the impact of Cisco's new architecture on your business, or a vendor seeking to understand your competition, this company profile is a must read.

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