Compare Cisco TelePresence vs. StarLeaf

Cisco TelePresence is ranked 15th in Virtual Meetings with 1 review while StarLeaf is ranked 11th in Virtual Meetings with 1 review. Cisco TelePresence is rated 0, while StarLeaf is rated 9.0. The top reviewer of Cisco TelePresence writes "The equipment is easy to handle and it simple to use". On the other hand, the top reviewer of StarLeaf writes "Easy to use for our clients and was easy to roll out ". Cisco TelePresence is most compared with Cisco Meeting Server, LifeSize and BlueJeans Meetings, whereas StarLeaf is most compared with Zoom.
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The SpeakerTrack feature is the most valuable feature.

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The pros are that it's like a global leader. It has a translation project, which is very interesting and important for our users because the minority of them are not able to read and speak in English.

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I was in touch with one of our clients and they mentioned that they would like to have a holographic video conferencing. It would be great if that feature would be added.

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We have had some problems with stability. A week ago, we had outaging but it has stablized.

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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.

The StarLeaf solution

From small huddle spaces to large meeting rooms and conference suites, StarLeaf allows participants to communicate, share, present and discuss as if they were there in the room.

Remove barriers to communication and hold online meetings that anyone can join. Connect with the widest possible audience with audio, video and screen sharing.

Complete interoperability so you can hold meetings with Skype for Business and any standards-based systems including Zoom, Cisco, Lifesize and Polycom.

Help your employees to work more productively and collaborate more easily with one-to-one instant messaging, group chats, and the ability to escalate any chat to a video call.

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Sample 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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