C20 set and Telepresence question, might sound stupid..
Can we say that the C20 is a real telepresence endpoint? Or is just a video conferencing ? I have heard people saying that cisco calls C20 as a telepresence endpoint just for marketing purposes and that is just a high quality video conferencing equipment and the real telepresence technology is only avaiable on equipments such as TX900, TX1300 and the MX series.
As for an exemple, a room with the C20 set talking with another room with the same set, will that be a telepresence metting or just a video conferencing one?
Re: C20 set and Telepresence question, might sound stupid..
Cisco marketing types re-branded videoconferencing as telepresence, so I guess everything is telepresence these days, not to be confused with "immersive telepresence"; i.e. TX9000.
Heh, even Movi was rebranded "JabberVideo for Telepresence".
Maybe it would be more correct to call HD solutions "telepresence" and SD solutions "videoconferencing"? - in which case C20 would be a telepresence end-point...but yeah, it's all marketing hype as far as I'm concerned.
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