Find the Right Design for Your Organization

Flip through a variety of room designs and choose the room type that best fits your telepresence and video conferencing needs. Project Workplace provides technical drawings that show you how to set up the different meeting spaces, You’ll also find tutorials on other aspects of setting up meeting rooms.


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enterprise CONNECT 2014 – Keynote Rowan Trollope

Collaboration is centered on people working together to achieve a common goal. In today’s world, business and IT leaders must consider employee preferences and experiences when choosing collaboration solutions. With collaboration you can empower your employees to engage in ways that help them evolve into innovators for your business.

Please join Rowan Trollope, Senior Vice President and General Manager of the Cisco Collaboration Technology Group, live on Tuesday, March 18, as he shares the latest updates to Cisco’s Collaboration strategy live from Enterprise Connect in Orlando, FL and with you here online in the Cisco Collaboration Community. Through this exclusive insider view and gain further insight into how Cisco is uniquely positioned to deliver the environments and experiences that help people work better together in order to put the extraordinary within reach.

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Be Everywhere With Video Collaboration

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Out of the Corner Office, Into Every Office – New Collaboration Endpoints


Out of the Corner Office, Into Every Office: Cisco Sets the New Bar for Enterprise Collaboration With Products Capable of Completely Changing How Team

Market leader in business collaboration delivers enhancements that enable mobile and distributed teams to connect through a “better than being there” experience

Technology makes it easier to connect and collaborate with colleagues, partners, and customers from any location—whether that’s the work office, the home office, a hotel room, or a coffee shop. Reliable, high-quality, interoperable video—as opposed to video that’s webcam-based, unreliable, or incapable of scaling—plays a significant role in the collaboration mix. With it, a San Francisco-based manager can have face-to-face meetings in London in the morning, spend time with the East Coast team in the afternoon, and close out the day with the manufacturing team in China–an eight-hour feat even the most seasoned traveler couldn’t achieve by plane alone.

But there isn’t enough of this technology: Industry statistics show that more than 93 percent of meeting rooms globally aren’t equipped with high-quality video. So, many times we have to do without.

For truly amazing things to happen, Cisco believes video needs to be available everywhere: from the browser to the boardroom to all the spaces in between, including the other 93 percent of meeting rooms. To get those rooms video-connected, Cisco today announced the following:

Great experiences for every conference room
Cisco announced three video systems so people can effectively share video and content in rooms ranging from small to large, depending upon their needs as well as the setup of the room. These fully integrated systems combine a sleek, award-winning design with a simple and intuitive user experience. In its second generation, theCisco TelePresence® MX200 is optimal for smaller rooms, is value-priced to scale, is incredibly easy to install, and offers premium HD resolution out of the box. The Cisco TelePresence MX700 andCisco TelePresence MX800 represent the performance line and are ideal for medium- to large-sized rooms. These integrated systems come equipped with premium HD resolution and support H.265, which will give users incredible quality at half the regularly-needed bandwidth.

The Cisco TelePresence MX200                               The Cisco TelePresence MX700                            The Cisco TelePresence MX800

No compromises between price and performance
Costing less than the price of a PC, the Cisco TelePresence SX10 Quick Set builds upon elements many companies already have in smaller meeting spaces—flat panel displays—to create incredible video meeting spaces. Sure to be popular with SMBs, this system turns any standard flat panel display into an HD video collaboration system in 10 minutes or less. By making such a high-quality experience available at such an attractive price point, Cisco aims to make video the de facto collaboration tool for every conference room.

The Cisco TelePresence SX10 Quick Set

Everyone has a front-row seat
As anyone who has endured a video call via webcam will tell you, a video session is only as good as the camera technology behind it. Cisco announces two new offerings in this category, both of which work with many of the solutions announced today. The Cisco TelePresence Precision 60 offers the industry’s best image quality (1080p60), is highly adaptable to varying light conditions, and has a large zoom range, ensuring that the entire view is captured. TheCisco TelePresence SpeakerTrack 60 gives everyone the best seat at the table; based on the Precision 60, it is a unique dual camera system that intelligently finds the active speaker in larger meeting rooms and quickly zooms in to show his or her image. Intelligent facial recognition and voice triangulation technology lets the camera follow the speaker from table to white board and then seamlessly move to the next speaker when he or she begins to talk. The result is a more natural conversation—smoother transitions, less latency, and fewer disruptions.

Everyone has a front row seat with the Cisco TelePresence SpeakerTrack 60

For unique rooms and use cases – the integrator’s dream
Not every room is built alike, and not every customer has the same needs. The Cisco TelePresence SX80 is an ideal solution for integrators looking to equip large, unique spaces with video. The new, powerful, and flexible Cisco® SX80 can be paired with a variety of camera options (including the two announced in the paragraph above), can support up to three screens, and joins the MX700 and MX800 as the industry’s first platforms to support H.265 for great quality at significant bandwidth savings.

The Cisco TelePresence SX80 is an ideal solution for integrators.

Making every screen count with Intelligent Proximity
It takes more than mere travel avoidance to make video “better than being there”; things get truly interesting when video technology is additive to the experience. Cisco is committed to delivering these additive innovations, and in that vein today announced that it will integrate the innovative beta feature Intelligent Proximity with several of these new endpoints.* With Intelligent Proximity, the Cisco video system senses any smartphones and tablets that users have brought into the meeting and asks if the user would like to add them into the experience. Once paired, the user can easily view shared materials, save needed slides, and even review previously shared content without asking the presenter to go back – all directly from the mobile device’s display. It’s a completely new way to make mobile devices an extended part of the collaboration video experience.

Making collaboration simple to install, deploy, and scale 
Giving users delightful experiences every time requires collaboration technology that is simple for IT and partners to set up, maintain, and deploy. To that end, Cisco announced the following to help organizations get going quickly:

– Giving organizations of all sizes the building blocks to simplify installation, deployment, and scale. The ability to order all the applications needed to support collaboration environments with a single SKU—and get them on a preloaded, ready-to-activate server—dramatically eases deployment and maintenance. Today Cisco enhanced its popular, existing packaged solution for smaller organizations, the Business Edition 6000, by adding all the software needed to manage pervasive HD video conferencing and including a new, low-cost, 25-user starter license bundle and a new wizards-based tool that dramatically reduces deployment time. Due to the popularity of the BE6000 and demand from larger organizations for a similar offering, Cisco today also introduces the Business Edition 7000 for organizations with more than 1,000 users. Built to help IT keep pace with the organization, the new solution quickly and easily expands to meet the growing demands of the business.

  • Collaboration in the Cloud. Cisco is committed to offering organizations the same collaboration user experience regardless of whether they opt for a premise-based solution, a cloud-based model, or a bit of both. To that end, Cisco today enhanced the Cisco Hosted Collaboration Solution to make it easier for remote or mobile users to get cloud-based collaboration over the Internet with no VPN required. Cisco also made HCS more attractive for mid-sized organizations by giving them the ability to cost-effectively get voice mail and smaller contact centers for 20-100 agents. Cisco today also improved operational efficiencies with management tools for quicker onboarding and better end-customer experience. Learn more about these innovations and how they will help HCS partners reach new markets here.

All products announced today are expected to be available in spring 2014.

* For more information on this Intelligent Proximity news, go here.

Availability Disclaimer: Many of the products and features described herein remain in varying stages of development and will be offered on a when-and-if-available basis. Products and features are subject to change at the sole discretion of Cisco, and Cisco will have no liability for delay in the delivery or failure to deliver any of the products or features set forth in this document.

Jeremy Stubbs, VP Business Development, Sabre Travel Network
“As a global technology company, Sabre provides travel and video management solutions to thousands of corporations with our GetThere business. We know the importance of business travel and video collaboration with customers, partners, and suppliers. There are times when video really can be just as good as being there, and can play a pivotal role for organizations large and small—as long as it is delivered at the right price, in the right format, and provides business-class quality, reliability, security, and interoperability. Cisco gives customers all of this – from software on their desktops to small and large room-based systems to help customers enhance collaboration everywhere.”
Richard Johnston, IT Manager, Raymond Handling Concepts Corporation
“We are a small but mighty company that uses enterprise-level solutions to enhance the bottom-line effectiveness of our entire company. When researching this, we found that Cisco’s Hosted Collaboration Solution delivered by Collab9 with voice, video, instant messaging, and presence was by far the best cloud option for our company. Not only did cloud-based collaboration increase the productivity of our workers, but it also financially reduced our recurring monthly costs, showing an immediate positive impact to our bottom line.”

Chris Walston, CIO, Coldwell Banker Howard Perry Watson
“As far as organizations go we’re on the small side-but we’re certainly big enough to need secure and highly reliable voice, video, and collaboration services. To be productive and efficient, we needed to support a bring-your-own device program and give our employees IM, presence, and click-to-call not only from their desktop but also from the device of their choice. Moving to a Cisco-Powered cloud service gave us exactly what we needed—at a price we could afford and in a configuration that frees up our IT staff to focus on other key projects.”
James de Poortere, CEO of Viju Americas
“At Viju, we’re committed to uniting technology, innovation, and creativity in order to increase business performance. The new video collaboration solutions introduced today by Cisco couple industry-leading innovation, such as H.265 ready-endpoints and intuitive user interfaces, with value and affordability.”


Rowan Trollope, SVP/GM, Collaboration Technology Group, Cisco
“Previous attempts to deliver collaboration have been incremental and good. But the cold, hard truth is that today’s collaboration tools are forcing users to do today’s jobs with yesterday’s technology. It is time for a change. The industry is ready for a great leap forward, and Cisco is making that leap. These new products represent the first phase of a multi-phase rollout in how Cisco is reimagining collaboration and setting the foundation for a revolution in the industry; stay tuned for more.”


Collaboration Blog by Cisco’s Rowan Trollope
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Get Personal with Your Mobile Device

Cisco Intelligent Proximity is a suite of features that activates when you bring your mobile devices into proximity of Cisco video collaboration endpoints, personalizing and enhancing your experience. This innovative feature set lets you engage in richer collaboration experiences through your mobile devices.

Intelligent Proximity exists in two forms. The first is Intelligent Proximity for Mobile Voice, available now on the Cisco DX650Smart Desk endpoint. The second form, Intelligent Proximity for Content Sharing, will be supported on Cisco room-based video endpoints, initially through beta trial with an iOS app called Cisco Proximity.

Intelligent Proximity for Mobile Voice – Available Now
With Release 10.1.1, DX650 users can wirelessly synch their iOS and Android mobile phone when it comes in close proximity. They can easily import and access contacts and call histories from their mobile phones to the DX650, which simplifies the process for call management.

In addition, users can move a call already in progress from their mobile device to the DX650, which takes advantage of the superior audio quality of their DX650 device and represents the first step in seamlessly integrating mobile devices into a desk environment.

Intelligent Proximity for Content Sharing* – in Beta Trial 
To further enhance and personalize your video collaboration, you will be able to automatically pair and synch your mobile device (smartphone or tablet) with Cisco room-based video collaboration endpoints when they come within proximity. Once this happens, content shared on the video endpoints can also be viewed on your mobile device, optimizing the real estate of the video endpoints for people. You will also have the flexibility to save shared content from your mobile device, such as select PowerPoint slides, as well as review previously-shared content without interrupting the presenter.

Intelligent Proximity for Content Sharing is scheduled for release in April 2014 as a beta trial through an iOS app called Cisco Proximity. All of Cisco’s current TelePresence endpoints will be supported in the beta phase (C-Series, Profile, MX200, MX300, MX200 G2, MX300 G2, MX700, MX800, SX10, SX20 and SX80). Once fully released in late 2014, only Cisco’s latest generation of room-based video endpoints using Touch 10 will be supported. A version of Cisco Proximity for Android-based mobile devices is planned for early 2015.

Cisco Telepresence System Maintenance and cleaning

Profile, C, EX, SX, MX,


Vacuum cleaning


After any vacuum cleaning of the room, verify that no power cables have been loosened.

[notice]Caution – The vacuum cleaner must never be connected to any of the PC power outlets of the table![/notice]



The screen should be cleaned using the screen cleaning cloth that comes with the system.


Camera Lens

Do not touch the camera after installation is completed. If you need to clean the camera lens, use a dry microfiber cloth. After cleaning, you will need to realign the camera.


Main video display

The screens should be cleaned using the glass cleaning and the microfiber cloth


System enclosures

Clean with a detergent made for glass cleaning and the microfiber cloth. Apply the detergent to the cloth only. Do not spray directly on the system.



On TX9000 you also need


Maintaining the Tabletop


[notice]Caution – Waxing or rubbing the surface with any type of abrasive is not recommended.[/notice]


  • For general daily care – use a dampened cloth with clean water.
  • To remove dirt – use a mild soap and water solution. Wipe off with clean water afterward to removethe soap.
  • To remove ink marks – rub the stained area with a pencil eraser.
  • To polish the tabletop – use lemon oil.


[notice]Note – Lemon oil is not recommended for daily use.[/notice]


Cleaning the Displays

Wipe the panel surface gently using only a cleaning cloth or a soft, lint-free cloth. If the surface is particularly dirty, wipe with a soft, lint-free cloth which has been soaked in pure water or water to whicha small amount of neutral detergent has been added, and then wipe it evenly with a dry cloth of the same type until the surface is dry.


Cleaning the Camera Lens

[notice]Caution Do not touch the camera after installation is completed.[/notice]

If you need to clean the camera lens, use a dry microfiber cloth. After cleaning, you will need to realign the camera.


Cleaning the system

Use a clean, soft cloth with warm water and mild soap to remove any marks on your Cisco TelePresence white speaker screens.


[notice]Caution – Using anything other than a soft cloth, warm water and mild soap may permanently damage the display screen.[/notice]

Replac ing fluids and cloths

Whenever needed, the microfibre cleaning cloth should be replaced by a microfibre cloth designed for glass cleaning.

Screen cleaning kit should be replaced by 3M Screen and Keyboard Cleaner.


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