Today telepresence is the acme of collaboration at a distance, but it still falls well short of the interaction that takes place when people are together. Bell Labs is looking at how to create truly 'immersive meetings'.
The Federal Government has detailed the productivity gains it estimates have been achieved from the 36 location telepresence system installed in 2009 under what was initially a $13.8m contract awarded to Telstra and Cisco.
First it was the carrier networking market, then mobile devices and now Huawei is making a big play for the enterprise market in Australia with the launch of a channel partner program and the appointment of Simms International as its exclusive distributor.
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