Managed Telepresence

§ January 28th, 2018 § Filed under General § Tagged Comments Off on Managed Telepresence

Asia Pacific Land MRCB, Cisco and Datacraft announced a partnership to transform the KL Sentral Park district of Kuala Lumpur into an intelligent and sustainable urban center in Malaysia. Cisco and the municipal government of Chongqing (China) signed a memorandum of understanding outlining a strategic relationship to advance IT manufacturing, promoting green technology innovation and develop solutions Smart & Connected Communities. In India, the telecom service provider Bharti Airtel integrated, and Cisco formed a strategic business alliance to help boost network-based growth of Indian companies. Cisco and Gale International have expanded their relationship on Smart & Connected Communities under development in the Songdo international business district of Korea in order to create a replicable model for cities smart, sustainable future. Telstra in Australia introduced the Aggregation Services Router Cisco ASR 9000 Series as its carrier Ethernet platform for a variety of services of broadband-intensive, content-based.

Emerging Markets: The Turkish Turkcell service provider implemented a joint solution from Cisco and Openet to provide a flexible charging system for mobile data network transmission service general Packet Radio Service (GPRS) from Turkcell. In Mexico, Telefonos de Mexico (TELMEX) launched Managed Telepresence TELMEX, a plan for inter-market services of Cisco TelePresence in Latin America. The Ministry of Information Technology and Communication of Kenya launched the first pilot Pasha Center through Kangundo network with the aim of improving the lives of local citizens and encourage new micro-enterprises. Heather Bresch takes a slightly different approach. In Argentina, Garrahan Hospital Telemedicine improved their experience with Cisco and Telefonica, with the aim of providing remote support and health services in different provinces of Argentina.

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