Cisco is the market share leader and the fastest growing company in the video conferencing industry. We hold the highest market share for video infrastructure products as well as video endpoints, whether measured in terms of revenue or unit volume. Since entering the video conferencing industry in 1989, we consistently have been first to market with innovations that bring video communication to an ever-growing number - and variety - of users.
Cisco's mission is to change the way people communicate. Our vision of the future is a world in which all communication is completely natural, unencumbered by technology. We believe you should be able to communicate over video with a co-worker, customer or supplier as if you were in the same room.
Cisco products are known for their quality and innovation, with a consistent track record of technology firsts.
Cisco Case Study 1: Vodafone
Goal: To use video conferencing to communicate at a regional and local level, thus improving service to 279 million customers world-wide.
Solution: Re-engineered video conferencing in a structured and organized way resulting in:
The result has been a significant growth in video conferencing sessions saving more than 40,000 trips per year, a 200% increase in 2 years.
Cisco Case Study 2: United States Veterans Affairs
Goal: To efficiently and effectively provide a broad range of primary and specialized medical care to veterans
Solution: Cisco video systems were installed in each Network office for meetings and communications between facilities. Shortly after the installation of the video systems, the leadership team began to explore ways the medical staff and care providers could offer treatment to patients at remote locations. A comprehensive end-to-end visual communication solution, with a variety of video endpoints and infrastructure, was put in place to provide a natural video experience.
Cisco Case Study 3: Queens Borough Public Library
Goal: To use video conferencing for a variety of diverse applications to provide access for the public to expertise globally.
Solution: Recognizing that video conferencing offered opportunities far beyond staff development, Queens Library began using the technology to purchase content similar to the way many schools do, exposing Queens residents to programs from sources as diverse as the Center for Puppetry Arts in Atlanta, Georgia; Mote Marine Laboratory in Sarasota, Florida; the Ohio-based Center of Science and Industry; the New York Hall of Science; and a variety of zoos and museums.