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Overview of the Cisco TelePresence System 1100

The Cisco TelePresence System 1100 offers your business the flexibility to deploy a unique, face to face collaboration experience throughout any organization. It brings the virtual in-person Cisco TelePresence experience to the small conference room. Any conference room is an ideal place for Cisco TelePresence meetings, as well as face-to-face meetings and audio conferences.
The Cisco TelePresence System 1100 accommodates seating for one or two participants on each side around a virtual and supports up to 48 locations in a multipoint meeting. With built-in support for audio conferencing, Cisco ® Digital Media Player for digital signage, and local data display, the Cisco TelePresence System 1100 is instantly ready for your meetings.
The Cisco TelePresence System 1100 builds on the award-winning capabilities of Cisco TelePresence: an immersive, face-to-face experience optimized for any type of meeting, comfortable and simple operation for users, low management overhead, and the ability to make scheduled or impromptu meetings internally or externally at the touch of a button.
Q. What is the Cisco TelePresence System 1100?
A. The Cisco TelePresence System 1100 is a Cisco TelePresence endpoint designed to fit in small general-purpose conference rooms with little to no remediation and construction cost. It comprises a single, 65-inch plasma display, camera, microphones, speakers, and lighting to deliver the high-quality audio and video Cisco TelePresence experience. The system enables one to two people to participate life-size in remote group meetings and one-to-one conferences.
Q. What does the Cisco TelePresence System 1100 look like?
A. The Cisco TelePresence System 1100 incorporates the design of the Cisco TelePresence System 1300 Series, bringing a modern, streamlined design. It has a single, 65-inch plasma display for life-size interaction and a single camera. The system uses the existing regular conference room table that you can use for in person or audio meetings when not in a Cisco TelePresence meeting.
Q. Who typically uses a Cisco TelePresence System 1100 endpoint?
A. The Cisco TelePresence System 1100 endpoint works well for organizations that have offices spread out geographically. It is particularly ideal for those looking to deploy Cisco TelePresence systems in small, general-purpose conference rooms. Combined with Cisco TelePresence Extended Reach, organizations can use the Cisco TelePresence System 1100 to meet face-to-face over lower bandwidth connections such as T-1/E-1 or premium high bandwidth broadband networks.
Q. What are the typical uses for a Cisco TelePresence System 1100 endpoint?
A. Cisco TelePresence System 1100 endpoints are ideal for meetings like: direct customer engagements; small presentations; regular one-on-one meetings; supply-chain dealings; press briefings; and larger multipoint group meetings such as operational reviews, status update meetings, and quarterly customer presentations. The Cisco TelePresence System 1100 can also be used for recording and high-definition video, high touch customer service, remote speakers for events, digital signage, or HealthPresence.
Q. How many participants will a Cisco TelePresence System 1100 endpoint accommodate in a meeting?
A. Cisco TelePresence System 1100 endpoints are designed for one to two participants on camera in Cisco TelePresence meetings.
Q. What are the similarities between the Cisco TelePresence System 1100 and other Cisco TelePresence systems?
A. Cisco TelePresence System 1100 endpoints are built on the same core technology as the rest of the Cisco TelePresence endpoints. It uses the same codec, camera, and microphones, and features the same data collaboration, one-button-to-push, impromptu calling, and multipoint capabilities.
Q. What are the primary differences between the Cisco TelePresence System 1100 and the Cisco TelePresence System 1000?
A. The Cisco TelePresence System 1100 is ready for all types of meetings and offers upgradability. It has built-in support for audio conferencing, Cisco Digital Media Player for digital signage, and local data display Also, you can upgrade the Cisco TelePresence System 1100 to a Cisco TelePresence System 1300-65.
Q. Can I upgrade the Cisco TelePresence System 1100 endpoint to a Cisco TelePresence System 1300-65?
A. No, we do not offer an upgrade option to convert the Cisco TelePresence System 1100 to a Cisco TelePresence System 1300-65.
Q. How much bandwidth do Cisco TelePresence System 1100 endpoints require?
A. Cisco TelePresence System 1100 endpoints perform best using IP quality-of-service (QoS) connections running at 3 to 4 Mbps for 1080p resolution, or at 1 to 3 Mbps for 720p resolution. With Cisco TelePresence Extended Reach, you can deploy and operate Cisco TelePresence over lower bandwidth connections such as T-1/E-1 or high -bandwidth premium broadband connections such as FIOS or DOCSIS. Cisco TelePresence Extended Reach delivers the experience at 720p resolution, 30 frames per second, low latency, and minimal packet loss.
Q. Does the Cisco TelePresence System 1100 include a table?
A. The Cisco TelePresence System 1100 is designed to use the existing table in your selected conference room.
Q. What are the recommended room sizes for Cisco TelePresence System 1100 endpoints?
A. The recommended room sizes for a Cisco TelePresence System 1100 endpoint system are between (H x W x D) 8 x 8 x 14 feet (2.44 x 2.44 x 4.27m) and 10 x 21 x 25 feet (3.05 x 7.62 x 6.4m).
Q. How do I know where to sit when using a Cisco TelePresence System 1100 endpoint?
A. You should directly face a Cisco TelePresence System 1100 endpoint. Physical table guides show you where to sit to always be on camera.
Q. How does audio conferencing work with the Cisco TelePresence System 1100? With this system do we no longer need a separate speaker phone in our conference rooms?
A. Cisco TelePresence is great for both audio-only conferencing and face-to-face Cisco TelePresence meetings. The endpoints support audio conferencing, so you don't need an extra speaker phone in the conference room-resulting in cost savings, easier end user operation, and less clutter in the room.The Cisco IP Phone works with Cisco TelePresence microphones and speakers as a complete solution. Later versions of the Cisco TelePresence System 1100 will provide additional microphone coverage so more people around the table can participate.
Q. How does data collaboration work for the Cisco TelePresence System 1100?
A. Data or graphics content sharing is supported through an external monitor or Presentation-in-Picture (PIP) format. You can toggle the position of the PIP between center, left, or right locations on the screen. A range of auxiliary displays is supported for the Cisco TelePresence endpoints. Your partner or Cisco account manager can provide you the up-to-date models.
Q. Can I use the display for local data display when I am not using the system for a Cisco TelePresence call?
A. Yes. Just like with any other single-screen Cisco TelePresence endpoint, you can use the display as a presentation monitor when not in a Cisco TelePresence call.
Q. Do Cisco TelePresence System 1100 endpoints work with multipoint calls?
A. Yes, the Cisco TelePresence System 1100 endpoints work transparently whether in point-to-point or multipoint calls. Multipoint features are the same across all Cisco TelePresence endpoints, and they rely on the Cisco TelePresence Multipoint Switch for no-latency, life-size, voice-activated screen switching.
Q. Does the Cisco TelePresence System 1100 support digital signage integration?
A. Yes. The Cisco TelePresence System 1100 supports video integration with digital signage. When you are not using the system for a telepresence call, you can display digital signage video. When a telepresence session begins, digital signage video stops, and then resumes after the session ends.