is reinforcing Cisco’s recent announcement that Cisco Callway has become Cisco WebEx TelePresence. This means that Callway hosted video subscribers should not only get used to a new name but, also enjoy more functionality at a lower cost.
Cisco WebEx TelePresence previously Cisco Callway, offers small to medium sized businesses all the business efficiencies of video conferencing without the expensive infrastructure investment.
Cisco WebEx Telepresence offers a monthly subscription plan for both Cisco Telepresence video endpoints such as the Cisco SX20 or Cisco EX60, as well as Cisco Jabber for desktop or laptop video calls.
Both types of subscriptions offer personal video bridges so that you can collaborate with multiple WebEx TelePresence callers or you can purchase a Cisco WebEx MeetMe bridge to collaborate with up to 12 standards-based video endpoints simultaneously.
Cisco WebEx TelePresence is standards-based so you can enjoy point to point calls with any other standards-based endpoint. This makes collaborating with clients and customers easier than ever, hereby eliminating costly travel expenses.
“New name, same great Cisco service and rapid ROI,” said Garrett Smith, Chief Marketing Officer at VoIP Supply. "Cisco WebEx TelePresence delivers all the benefits that a cloud service should. WebEx's ease of use and simplified deployment that forgo specialized equipment make it easy to strengthen any businesses communication through video."