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Long known for its networking gear and prowess in the marketplace, Cisco
entered the collaboration space with the acquisition of Latitude in 2003. Since that time, the company has expanded its involvement in the collaboration space through product development and additional acquisition activities. In the videoconferencing space, Cisco has been active for many years offering Cisco-branded infrastructure products from Radvision. In 2006, the company announced its CTS-1000 and CTS-3000 videoconferencing endpoints; a move which started what WR refers to as the "telepresence wars." Cisco rocked the videoconferencing world again in 2009 with the announcement of an agreement to acquire its leading competitor, Tandberg.
This company profile provides information and insight into Cisco's involvement, activities, and penetration within the enterprise videoconferencing space.
Whether you're a videoconferencing end-user interested in understanding the happenings at Cisco Systems, a service provider trying to define a business model around Cisco's offerings, a channel partner seeking to understand the challenges and opportunities that Cisco brings to the video space, or a vendor seeking to understand the market leader, this company profile is a must read.
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