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Cisco, IBM, and Tandberg: Telepresence's Shrinking Presence
IBM adds Cisco Telepresence to its offering, while Cisco gobbles up Tandberg.
Mon., Oct. 5, by Tim Siglin

The world of telepresence offerings just got a little smaller, or at least more streamlined, as Cisco and Tandberg announced last week that the internetworking giant will buy the Oslo-based videoconferencing company.

Happening in the few weeks prior to the SUPERCOMM tradeshow, which re-emerges in Chicago in late October after several years in exile, the Cisco-Tandberg announcement gives Cisco CEO John Chambers yet another video-related acquisition to add to his presentation fodder. For those of you who may not follow the SUPERCOMM show, Chambers has done many keynotes over the years, with almost every one involving VoIP - voice or video over IP. Chambers has made to secret of the fact that video on IP networks is a growth area he would like to dominate.

To read the rest of this article, see Tim Siglin's Bit O' Tech blog.

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