Microsoft lays out unified communications and RoundTable

Later this morning Microsoft is rolling out its unified communications strategy at an event in San Francisco. Part of the announcement, already available in news stories and press releases, includes a video-conferencing camera, Microsoft Office RoundTable.

Later this morning Microsoft is rolling out its unified communications strategy at an event in San Francisco. Part of the announcement, already available in news stories and press releases, includes a video-conferencing camera, Microsoft Office RoundTable. It's a 360-degree camera that provides a panoramic view of all in a conference room as well as close up views. Of course, the camera works with Microsoft's SIP-based Office Communications Server 2007. Here's the catch--Communications Server 2007, Communicator 2007, Communicator phone experience, Live Meeting, RoundTable and the IP-enabled business desktop phones featuring Communicator phone not "scheduled" for delivery in the second quarter 2007. More to come from the event...

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