Telemedicine network hinges on face-to-face video experience
The Ontario Telemedicine Network (OTN) is using two-way video conferencing to meet emergency needs in remote locations, educate doctors and ultimately better save and improve the lives of patients.Learn More
Advertorial : David Suzuki Foundation reduces carbon footprint with TelePresence
In 2010, the Vancouver-based environmental organization, The David Suzuki Foundation, installed Cisco TelePresence equipment in all its offices in order to minimize travel to conferences, training sessions and more, where possible.Learn More
Reaping Further Benefits from On-Demand Video
Any-to-Any Communications with Pervasive Video
Impactful Communications through Immersive Video
A case study showcasing Rise Networks(rural information services initiative) and their partnership with Cisco and Allstream. The RISE Network works with public libraries to provide southern Albertans with opportunities to communicate with health care professionals, participate in distance education, attend meetings, learn new skills and more. Watch Now
– Break down barriers to reach people and information wherever and whenever you need them.Watch Now
Microsoft Teams updates delivers new modes, background options, new walkie-talkie features, and MUCH more
Give employees rules on how to choose videoconferencing platforms
Harry Moseley is Zoom’s ‘advocate’ CIO
IBM acquires Clearleap to bolster its cloud video portfolio
Cisco launches high end TelePresence without room remediation
Video conference provider adds capabilities for disabled
Vidyo launches ‘soft’ videoconferencing platform
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|Cisco Unified Computing System Blade Server Chassis Power Modes
The Cisco UCS 5108 Blade Server Chassis is powered by 208 V (220 V outside the US) 50-60 Hz AC. Up to four power supply units (PSUs) may be installed, each with a single C20 connector for input power connection to the UCS 5108 power supply. This document applies to all versions of the Cisco Unified Computing System Manager. Where specific versions are required, that is highlighted.Cisco Unified Computing System, Citrix XenDesktop, and Atlantis ILIO
The Cisco UCS and Atlantis ILIO VDI reference architecture unites the compute, network, virtualization, storage optimization components of a VDI deployment into a cohesive and modular system designed to reduce total cost of ownership (TCO), deliver sustained desktop performance comparable to a physical PC and scale to an unlimited number of desktops without requiring large investment in additional network or storage infrastructure.Cisco UCS for SAP Landscapes
The Cisco Unified Computing System provides the compute, network, and storage access components, deployed as a single cohesive system. The result is an implementation that addresses many of the challenges that system administrators and their IT departments face today, including needs for a simplified deployment and operation model, high performance for systems, and lower total cost of ownership (TCO). This next-generation data center platform accelerates the delivery of SAP solutions simply, reliably, and securely through end-to-end provisioning and integration support.
|PITT OHIO adopts Data Center Business Advantage for streamlining its virtual environment.
PITT OHIO is always there for its customers. The company provides highly reliable supply chain, ground, less-than-truckload, and truckload services. Headquartered in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, PITT OHIO delivers services through 21 terminals across the U.S. Mid-Atlantic and Midwest regions and serves North America through the Reliance Network.CHALLENGE
• Reduce time and resources for server backups and restorations
• Establish an integrated foundation for continued virtualization of infrastructure
• Increase sustainability by developing green strategies for data center managementMoses Cone Health System deployed Unified Computing System as part of the transition to electronic medical records.
Based in North Carolina, Moses Cone Health System offers a range of services, including cardiovascular care, the latest cancer treatments, rehabilitation neurology, and trauma care, in both hospital and outpatient settings. Moses Cone Health System is accelerating its transition to electronic medical records (EMR) and Physician Order Entry (POE).