Cisco Telepresence is #4 in Top 13 Videoconferencing software
Last updated: October 11, 2019
Meet face-to-face with remote customers, suppliers, and partners using the Cisco TelePresence. Build and scale differentiated video collaboration rooms to meet the needs of your organization—from small huddle spaces to large, customized board rooms. Now you can with the Cisco TelePresence SX Series, a powerful and flexible technology platform designed for integrators.
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#4 in Top 13 Videoconferencing software
The best alternatives to Cisco Telepresence are: Polycom, Skype, WebEx, Microsoft Lync, LifeSize, HP Halo
Latest news about Cisco Telepresence
2009. Cisco buys Tandberg for $3 billions
Cisco Systems announced that it has agreed to acquire Norwegian videoconference equipment maker Tandberg for $3 billions in cash. Cisco competed with Tandberg on the high end of the videoconferencing market (in the telepresence niche), but on the smb videoconferencing market, they had no chance to reach the Norwegian company. So they decided to buy the rival and its 40% market share. In result Cisco becomes the leading vendor of the video systems that range from small "videophones" to full conference-room setups. Number two in this space, US based Polycom has 34% market share. By the way, it's rumored that Polycom after that has all chances to be acquired by another IT giant, Hewlett-Packard.