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New Webex by Cisco innovations address challenges of hybrid work
Cisco launches Webex Hologram, an AR meeting solution
Bang & Olufsen and Cisco announce premium business headset
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News Summary: Webex Hologram combines feature rich Webex meeting functionality with immersive 3D holograms Leverages augmented reality (AR) to close the
News Summary: More than 1,000 new features added to Webex over the past 12 months – dramatically improving the Hybrid Work experience. Latest features
News Summary: Bang & Olufsen and Cisco partner to create a luxury business headset for today’s hybrid workers The Bang & Olufsen Cisco 980 sports a variety
News summary: Cisco is proud to announce its partnership with COP26, the global climate conference taking place in Glasgow from 31 October to 12 November
News Summary: Telenor works with NEC and Cisco to build-out new 5G xHaul transport network to better connect people and businesses across the Nordics
Used with AR headsets, such as Magic Leap and Microsoft HoloLens, Webex Hologram promises to deliver photorealistic, real-time holograms of actual people.
Cisco is integrating its ThousandEyes agents to the Webex collaboration platform to give greater visibility into conferencing connections.
Cisco Systems Inc has created a team dedicated to developing its Webex collaboration software for Apple Inc products, the two companies said Tuesday as Cisco rolled out a new version of Webex for iPads.
It combines Webex meeting functionality with immersive 3D holograms to close the gap between virtual and in-person collaboration
Cisco Systems CEO Chuck Robbins joins ‘Squawk Box’ to weigh in on the global semiconductor chip shortage. Robbins estimates that the problem could improve by the end of 2022.