Another quick question if I may...
The SX10 requires a future Firmware upgrade to support content sharing.
Would anyone be able to share the timescales for this additional planned development?
This should come out in TC7.2 which is targeted by the end of june (PS: the target can slide, so no guarentees can be provided, this is just an indication)
The next release will be about 3 months after TC 7.2 is released. TC 7.2 will be released soon. The next release will then be available in November/December time frame.
I have done what you have mentioned above, however content sharing is not working on the SX10.
Have you actually seen the content sharing work on an SX10? I am now runnig TC7.3.2 and I cannot get content sharing working on the SX10. Content sharing works fine on MX800, SX80, SX20 etc with same iPad/Android/Wifi network.
Hi David Beards,
not in a SX10 ... I'm using it in a SX20.
Cisco will insert the Cisco Proximity (in beta trial) as a feature in the new Collaboration Endpoint Software 8.0 release (available for SX10). Check this link.
The good news is that it will also enable wireless content sharing from Macs and PCs ... I hope that it works well :)
Hope this helps.
I checked the link and the general support/download page. I can't find TC8.0 for SX10, or any date when it will be available.
We have had proximity dangled in front of us for almost a year now, with no general availability of code for Windows.
Is there any firm information on when this will be coming and what devices it will be supported on?
The new Collaboration Endpoint software is abbreviated as CE, not TC. Mangus might be able to provide a date when it would be released, but it will be released when it's ready. Windows and MAC client will be released probably around the same time when they provide full support for Proximity with CE8.
The supported endpoints for Proximity are: SX10/20/80, MX200/300 G2, MX700/800, IX5000.
Yes as Patrick is saying the CE8 software will be released when ready and will be followed by the proximity applications. I do not have a reliable target as of this point. We are however getting closer to a release.
The Cisco Proximity apps will be supported on iOS, Android (Handheld) and MAC, Windows.