Tuesday, 7 April 2009

AT&T extends Telepresence to legacy systems

Last week AT&T announced a new feature in its Cisco-based TelePresence videoconferencing offering which will allow companies to connect their existing H.323 videoconferencing systems. Existing standard definition or IP-based videoconferencing systems will participate as an end-point when a Cisco TelePresence session begins.

The feature will be available from the end of Q2 2009 and should help companies extend the life of previous videoconferencing investments (which tended to be under-used anyway).

At the same time the company announced plans to double the number of Cisco TelePresence rooms deployed at AT&T locations to 50, with new rooms in its London and Hong Kong offices already up and running.



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