Cisco TelePresence Overview

What is Cisco TelePresence?
Cisco TelePresence Server brings multiparty video to unified communications deployments. Its flexible video, audio, and content-sharing capabilities allow users to participate in video conferences with multiple parties. Users can easily create, launch, and join meetings using standards-based video endpoints. Or their mobile devices or Cisco WebEx clients. Or even third-party video endpoints. The server provides high-quality, standards-based video conferencing for mobile, desktop, and room systems.

Cisco TelePresence is also known as TelePresence.

Buyer's Guide

Download the Virtual Meetings Buyer's Guide including reviews and more. Updated: June 2021

Cisco TelePresence Customers
Afni, AGCO, Bellevue, Came Group, Children's Hospital of Orange County (CHOC Children's), Del Papa Distributing, Instituto Zaldivar, ING Bank, Moffitt Cancer Center, Park Nicollet, Pentana Solutions Australia, San Jose State University, Sub-Zero Wolf, Transwestern and Metropolis Investment Holdings, Vital Images
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Real User
PresenterTrack cameras improve the meeting experience

What is our primary use case?

Our primary use case is to enable real-time video collaboration by connecting teams, customers, and partners face-to-face.

Pros and Cons

  • "We have a dual screen option to enable video and content sharing."
  • "PresenterTrack cameras improve the meeting experience."
  • "MX800 comes only with one available DVI port. A few more HDMI ports will improve the system's capability."