Cisco Launches Pay-per-Use Videoconferencing

Cisco Systems Inc. has begun renting videoconferencing rooms to the public for one-off meetings, aiming to introduce its high-definition TelePresence conferencing system to small and midsize companies.

In what Cisco says is a precurser to a more extensive rollout next year of up to 100 TelePresence rooms, the company has partnered with Taj Hotels and Tata Communications to open videoconferencing rooms at Taj Boston; 51 Buckingham Gate, Taj Suites and Residences, London; Taj Mahal Pala

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