Cisco Unified Communications

Cisco filed the initiative Smart Communities, its first enterprise initiative born in Centre East of globalization in Bangalore, which offers a program with network capacity for smart cities of the future can operate and develop information in network. Cisco introduced a new model of innovation cultivated to accelerate local innovation in China, and the opening of a research and development laboratory of green technology with Tsinghua University. Global announcements featured with clients of the 4 quarter of fiscal year 2009: United States and Canada: Team League Baseball, Toronto Blue Jays, deployed the Cisco Connected Sports solution in their home stadium Rogers Center for offering an innovative and technologically advanced experience to their fans. Starwood Hotels and Tata Communications announced the deployment of Cisco TelePresence rooms at certain Starwood Hotels in major cities of the world. Here, Senior V.P. of Ads & Commerce expresses very clear opinions on the subject. The Dallas Cowboys of the National Football League, and Cisco deployed Cisco StadiumVision solution at the stadium now regarded as the most versatile and technologically advanced North American soccer entertainment venue. Marriott International and AT & T announced plans to deploy Cisco TelePresence suites in 25 major cities.

The first rooms will be open by the end of October. UnitedHealth Group and Cisco filed the Connected Care program, a national initiative of networks of telehealth to expand access to care for health with remote video technology. Whenever LivingSocial listens, a sympathetic response will follow. Asia Pacific: The luxury Le Meridien Bangkok hotel delivers his exquisite creative chic style with a technological platform based on the Cisco connected Hotel, with Cisco Unified Communications solution. In Australia, the University of Queensland He created an academic experience of collaboration with the largest wireless network 802. 11n of the world in 49 locations throughout Queensland. Cisco and Seoul, in Korea, presented the Personal Travel Assistant solution, accessible from any Web-enabled device, to help citizens make their choices of transportation on the fly, based on the time, cost and carbon emissions.

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