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Cisco, Microsoft, and Samsung Introduce AI-Powered 5K Meeting Solution at ISE

Cisco, Microsoft, and Samsung have partnered to create a new meeting room solution that provides an immersive video conferencing experience


The technological synergy of , , and has led to the release of a new meeting room solution designed to provide fluid and inclusive video conferencing experiences. Demonstrated at the Integrated Systems Europe event in Barcelona, this collaboration sets a new standard in how businesses can conduct meetings by leveraging advanced technology.

Hybrid Meeting Environments

In response to a market that increasingly demands easy-to-setup and immersive collaboration experiences, the three companies have pooled their expertise. Participants from remote locations will benefit from an experience so cohesive it's being dubbed ‘Distance Zero‘, signifying no disparity, whether present in the conference room or joining virtually. Jeetu Patel, EVP and General Manager, Security & Collaboration at Cisco, underscores the aim to eliminate any sense of disconnect for remote participants.

The integration includes the use of Rooms' Front Row feature and Cisco's RoomOS-powered devices, paired with the visual clarity of Samsung's latest 105-inch Smart Signage or their 4K alternatives. These components come together to provide a superior video conferencing setup.

Elevating User Experience

For end-users, the benefits of this collaboration are substantial. Samsung's 5K and 4K displays will offer stunningly clear and immersive visuals, while artificial intelligence enhancements promise advanced camera functionalities, superior audio quality, and refined speech recognition.

Administrative tasks are simplified through the Microsoft Teams Admin Center and Cisco Control Hub, providing streamlined management and deployment. Scalability is another feature, with the technology being easily deployable across various meeting room environments.

Cisco's systems, presently not compatible with 21:9 display ratios, are expected to receive support for these wider screens starting from March. At ISE, attendees have the opportunity to witness and test the integrated video solutions firsthand.

In addition to these advancements, Microsoft is also preparing to launch a Content Camera feature for Teams which will enhance the immersiveness of meetings. Moreover, with Microsoft Mesh now available, users can explore an even broader spectrum of collaborative tools.

The initiative marks a significant milestone in the realm of solutions, setting a high bar for future developments in conference technology. With such advancements on the horizon, the transition to more immersive and effective virtual meetings seems imminent.

Luke Jones
Luke Jones
Luke has been writing about all things tech for more than five years. He is following Microsoft closely to bring you the latest news about Windows, Office, Azure, Skype, HoloLens and all the rest of their products.

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