Microsoft lays out unified communications and RoundTable

Microsoft lays out unified communications and RoundTable

Summary: 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.

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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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