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Orange Launches Telepresence Service, Signs Interop Deal With Verizon
April 24, 2012 | Hogan Keyser
Telepresence systems use dedicated equipment to make the meeting experience as life-like as possible, enabling participants to interact as if they were in the same room, according to Orange. The equipment could include a wall of screens, along with optimized lightning and audio, to make it seem like participants in other parts of the world sit on the other side of the table.
The service uses equipment from Cisco Systems, and costs between €400 (US$530) to €4000 per month depending on the endpoint types used on the customer side, a spokesman said via email.
Today, Orange has 67 so-called telepresence-ready countries, including 21 new ones. A telepresence-ready country is one where Orange has infrastructure that is compliant with Cisco pre-requisites needed to ensure the necessary quality.
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