Is a PC client for Proximity on the roadmap?
Also, is there a plan to push content from the tablet (or preferably PC)?
We are developing a new building and want to enable all the rooms for a) video conferencing and b) ability to display content (either in or not in a video call) via wireless.
Our current plan is to put in Crestron AirMedia to allow wireless. With a simple expansion of Proximity and a PC client, we could leave out purchasing the Crestron, which would almost pay for the Cisco SX10.
No – testing is not part of this community, but rather in a formalized Cisco "EFT" program (Early Field Trials).
Hi Frank, and all others asking for an update ;)
We're getting closer to a laptop client. We are currently doing limited EFT testing (early field trials) and are aiming to ship this around summer this year.
The first version for Win7+ and OS X 10.9+ (likely) will only do presentation sharing (from laptop to endpoint). This will run with limited frame-rate (working great for presentations, but not great for youtube).
Call control and content receive (from endpoint to laptop) will not be supported at this point.
(and yes; it's a bit awkward that you can do call control and content receive on mobile, but not share to endpoint; but we're working on fixing that as well. We did get a lot of market feedback that sharing *from* laptop was the most important usecase, though.)