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  1. #1
    Alan Parkington
    Guest
    Another Australian first was recorded by Telstra today when it announced the
    commercial availability of Australia's first end-to-end Telstra Cisco
    TelePresence Managed Service solution a unique, immersive 'one-click'
    in-person collaboration experience delivered over the Australia-wide Telstra
    Next IP(TM) network.

    The Telstra Cisco TelePresence solution gives organisations an alternative
    to travelling long distances for meetings across Australia or overseas as it
    creates an environment for up to 6 people at each end utilising immersive,
    purpose built meeting rooms. This gives the experience of feeling you are
    sitting across the table from participants at other locations.

    It can therefore deliver significant benefits such as improved time
    management, cost savings and productivity gains, as well as help reduce
    carbon emissions. The new flexibly priced commercial offering announced
    today makes it easier for enterprises to access this significant capability,
    with Telstra packaging all of the necessary arrangements into a single
    managed service agreement.

    Mr David Thodey, Group Managing Director, Telstra Enterprise and Government
    made the announcement during a presentation in Brisbane where Telstra used
    hologram technology to beam Telstra's Chief Technology Officer, Dr Hugh
    Bradlow, live into Brisbane from Melbourne to talk at a major function for
    senior business executives.

    Mr Thodey said the live hologram demonstrated today is a symbol of what will
    be available in the future - but today we are already creating 'virtual
    meetings' through what we call TelePresence employing sophisticated
    equipment from Cisco, with managed end to end services from Telstra and
    using the high data speed and capacity of the Telstra Next IP(TM) network.

    "Telstra and Cisco can play an important role in today's fast moving
    business world, where the need to interact and collaborate with co-workers,
    business partners, and customers can be required at a moment's notice, by
    bringing people seamlessly together in face-to-face meetings without them
    having to be physically present.

    "This new Telstra Cisco TelePresence solution will open up many
    possibilities as it allows real time and real life interaction between
    people in different locations potentially thousands of kilometres apart," Mr
    Thodey said.

    Mr Les Williamson, Cisco Australia and New Zealand Vice President, said
    Telstra and Cisco continue to expand their long standing relationship with
    the deployment of Cisco TelePresence as a go to market solution for Telstra,
    redefining the way video is used in business to underpin the creation of
    competitive advantage through new collaborative workforce models.

    The Telstra solution, based on Cisco TelePresence, also has the potential to
    significantly reduce the costs of travel on the bottom line and on the
    environment - a critically important area of business in Australia and
    around the world.

    Mr Philip Jones, Executive Director, Telstra Product Management, said
    "Telstra was the first organisation to introduce Cisco TelePresence to
    Australia in 2007 and its internal usage has soared with room occupancy of
    up to six hours a day. Telstra's Cisco TelePresence solution reduces the
    need for customers to travel for meetings, by leveraging one our biggest
    assets our Australia-wide IP network."

    Telstra and Cisco are able to design and build customised rooms at each end,
    enabling face-toface high-definition images to be transmitted in real-time
    allowing interaction and collaboration with co-workers, business partners or
    customers, possibly many of thousands of kilometres away.

    The Telstra Cisco TelePresence solution combines high definition audio
    quality, interactive technologies and a specially-designed environment to
    approximate the feeling of actually being in the same room as participants
    in separate locations.

    The Telstra Cisco TelePresence solution is easy to use, with users able to
    schedule the TelePresence rooms through their Microsoft Outlook calendar.
    They can now launch the meeting with a one-click application on the meeting
    room handset.




    See More: One-click to Virtual Meetings with Telstra




  2. #2
    Rod Speed
    Guest

    Re: One-click to Virtual Meetings with Telstra

    Alan Poxington <[email protected]> wrote

    > Another Australian first was recorded by Telstra today


    Only in your pathetic little drug crazed parasite fantasyland.

    > when it announced the commercial availability of Australia's first end-to-end Telstra Cisco TelePresence Managed
    > Service solution


    Well whoopy ****ing do.

    > a unique, immersive


    Wota ****ing wanker...

    > 'one-click' in-person collaboration experience


    Wota ****ing wanker...

    > delivered over the Australia-wide Telstra Next IP(TM) network.


    Well whoopy ****ing do.

    > The Telstra Cisco TelePresence solution gives organisations an alternative to travelling long distances for meetings
    > across Australia or overseas


    Well whoopy ****ing do.

    > as it creates an environment for up to 6 people at each end utilising immersive, purpose built meeting rooms.


    So they're under water eh ?

    > This gives the experience of feeling you are sitting across the table from participants at other locations.


    Tad unlikely when they are underwater, ****wit.

    > It can therefore deliver significant benefits such as improved time management, cost savings and productivity gains,
    > as well as help reduce carbon emissions.


    Pity about the carbon emissions from all your bull****.

    > The new flexibly priced


    Which means it gouges like a wounded bull...

    > commercial offering announced today makes it easier for enterprises to access this significant capability, with
    > Telstra packaging all of the necessary arrangements into a single managed service agreement.


    And they charge for that like a wounded bull...

    > Mr David Thodey,


    Thats Toady, ****wit.

    > Group Managing Director,


    Group Mindless Wanker, actually.

    > Telstra Enterprise and Government


    Wota ****ing wanker...

    > made the announcement during a presentation in Brisbane where Telstra used hologram technology to beam Telstra's Chief
    > Technology Officer, Dr Hugh Bradlow, live into Brisbane from
    > Melbourne to talk at a major function for senior business executives.


    Bet that had them all creaming their jeans.

    > Mr Thodey


    Thats Toady, ****wit.

    > said the live hologram demonstrated today is a symbol of what will be available in the future


    Which means it was a complete wank that isnt even available, and never will be either.

    > - but today we are already creating 'virtual meetings'


    Corse no one has ever done anything like that before, eh ?

    > through what we call TelePresence


    Wota packa wankers...

    > employing sophisticated equipment from Cisco,


    So nothing to do with Telstra at all. Funny that.

    > with managed end to end services from Telstra


    That means they suck dicks at each end...

    > and using the high data speed and capacity of the Telstra Next IP(TM) network.


    Wota packa wankers...

    > "Telstra and Cisco can play an important role in today's fast moving business world,


    Only in your pathetic little drug crazed arselicking fantasyland.

    > where the need to interact and collaborate with co-workers, business partners, and customers can be required at a
    > moment's notice, by bringing people seamlessly together


    Wota packa wankers...

    > in face-to-face meetings without them having to be physically present.


    They want face to dick meetings, ****wit.

    > "This new Telstra Cisco TelePresence solution will open up many possibilities as it allows real time and real life
    > interaction between people in different locations potentially thousands of kilometres apart," Mr Thodey said.


    Well whoopy ****ing do. A phone call can do that, ****wit.

    > Mr Les Williamson, Cisco Australia and New Zealand Vice President, said Telstra and Cisco continue to expand their
    > long standing relationship with the deployment of Cisco TelePresence as a go to market solution for Telstra,


    Wota ****ing wanker.

    > redefining the way video is used in business


    Only in your pathetic little drug crazed arselicking fantasyland.

    > to underpin the creation of competitive advantage through new collaborative workforce models.


    Wota ****ing wanker.

    > The Telstra solution,


    Wota ****ing wanker.

    > based on Cisco TelePresence,


    Wota ****ing wanker.

    > also has the potential to significantly reduce the costs of travel on the bottom line and on the environment


    Pity about the cost of using it, ****wit.

    > - a critically important area of business in Australia and around the world.


    Wota ****ing wanker.

    > Mr Philip Jones, Executive Director, Telstra Product Management,


    Wota ****ing wanker.

    > said "Telstra was the first organisation to introduce Cisco TelePresence to Australia in 2007


    Well whoopy ****ing do.

    > and its internal usage has soared with room occupancy of up to six hours a day.


    All of them furiously wanking themselves completely blind.

    > Telstra's Cisco TelePresence solution reduces the need for customers to travel for meetings, by leveraging one our
    > biggest assets our Australia-wide IP network."


    Pity about the cost of anyone else using it.

    > Telstra and Cisco are able to design and build customised rooms at each end,


    Must be rocket scientist material.

    > enabling face-toface high-definition images to be transmitted in real-time allowing interaction and collaboration with
    > co-workers, business partners or customers, possibly many of thousands of kilometres away.


    Pity about the cost of anyone else using it.

    > The Telstra Cisco TelePresence solution combines high definition audio quality, interactive technologies and a
    > specially-designed
    > environment to approximate the feeling of actually being in the same room as participants in separate locations.



    Only in your pathetic little drug crazed arselicking fantasyland.

    > The Telstra Cisco TelePresence solution is easy to use, with users able to schedule the TelePresence rooms through
    > their Microsoft Outlook calendar.


    Is this where we're all sposed to cream our jeans or sumfin ?

    > They can now launch the meeting with a one-click application on the meeting room handset.


    The wanker who wrote this **** should be launched into orbit...





  3. #3
    Michael
    Guest

    Re: One-click to Virtual Meetings with Telstra

    >> 'one-click' in-person collaboration experience
    >
    > Wota ****ing wanker...


    You are right. That kind of sentence is pure wank

    >> as it creates an environment for up to 6 people at each end utilising
    >> immersive, purpose built meeting rooms.


    WTF? Its just conferencing





  4. #4
    Rod Speed
    Guest

    Re: One-click to Virtual Meetings with Telstra

    Michael <[email protected]> wrote:

    >>> 'one-click' in-person collaboration experience


    >> Wota ****ing wanker...


    > You are right.


    As always.

    > That kind of sentence is pure wank


    >>> as it creates an environment for up to 6 people at each end utilising immersive, purpose built meeting rooms.


    > WTF? Its just conferencing


    Nope, they get immersed in individual spas.

    Hopefully most of them will drown.





  5. #5
    thegoons
    Guest

    Re: One-click to Virtual Meetings with Telstra

    Video conferencing is oh so 80's

    "Alan Parkington" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > Another Australian first was recorded by Telstra today when it announced
    > the commercial availability of Australia's first end-to-end Telstra Cisco
    > TelePresence Managed Service solution a unique, immersive 'one-click'
    > in-person collaboration experience delivered over the Australia-wide
    > Telstra Next IP(TM) network.
    >
    > The Telstra Cisco TelePresence solution gives organisations an alternative
    > to travelling long distances for meetings across Australia or overseas as
    > it creates an environment for up to 6 people at each end utilising
    > immersive, purpose built meeting rooms. This gives the experience of
    > feeling you are sitting across the table from participants at other
    > locations.
    >
    > It can therefore deliver significant benefits such as improved time
    > management, cost savings and productivity gains, as well as help reduce
    > carbon emissions. The new flexibly priced commercial offering announced
    > today makes it easier for enterprises to access this significant
    > capability, with Telstra packaging all of the necessary arrangements into
    > a single managed service agreement.
    >
    > Mr David Thodey, Group Managing Director, Telstra Enterprise and
    > Government made the announcement during a presentation in Brisbane where
    > Telstra used hologram technology to beam Telstra's Chief Technology
    > Officer, Dr Hugh Bradlow, live into Brisbane from Melbourne to talk at a
    > major function for senior business executives.
    >
    > Mr Thodey said the live hologram demonstrated today is a symbol of what
    > will be available in the future - but today we are already creating
    > 'virtual meetings' through what we call TelePresence employing
    > sophisticated equipment from Cisco, with managed end to end services from
    > Telstra and using the high data speed and capacity of the Telstra Next
    > IP(TM) network.
    >
    > "Telstra and Cisco can play an important role in today's fast moving
    > business world, where the need to interact and collaborate with
    > co-workers, business partners, and customers can be required at a moment's
    > notice, by bringing people seamlessly together in face-to-face meetings
    > without them having to be physically present.
    >
    > "This new Telstra Cisco TelePresence solution will open up many
    > possibilities as it allows real time and real life interaction between
    > people in different locations potentially thousands of kilometres apart,"
    > Mr Thodey said.
    >
    > Mr Les Williamson, Cisco Australia and New Zealand Vice President, said
    > Telstra and Cisco continue to expand their long standing relationship with
    > the deployment of Cisco TelePresence as a go to market solution for
    > Telstra, redefining the way video is used in business to underpin the
    > creation of competitive advantage through new collaborative workforce
    > models.
    >
    > The Telstra solution, based on Cisco TelePresence, also has the potential
    > to significantly reduce the costs of travel on the bottom line and on the
    > environment - a critically important area of business in Australia and
    > around the world.
    >
    > Mr Philip Jones, Executive Director, Telstra Product Management, said
    > "Telstra was the first organisation to introduce Cisco TelePresence to
    > Australia in 2007 and its internal usage has soared with room occupancy of
    > up to six hours a day. Telstra's Cisco TelePresence solution reduces the
    > need for customers to travel for meetings, by leveraging one our biggest
    > assets our Australia-wide IP network."
    >
    > Telstra and Cisco are able to design and build customised rooms at each
    > end, enabling face-toface high-definition images to be transmitted in
    > real-time allowing interaction and collaboration with co-workers, business
    > partners or customers, possibly many of thousands of kilometres away.
    >
    > The Telstra Cisco TelePresence solution combines high definition audio
    > quality, interactive technologies and a specially-designed environment to
    > approximate the feeling of actually being in the same room as participants
    > in separate locations.
    >
    > The Telstra Cisco TelePresence solution is easy to use, with users able to
    > schedule the TelePresence rooms through their Microsoft Outlook calendar.
    > They can now launch the meeting with a one-click application on the
    > meeting room handset.



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