Corporate and Social Responsibility

Voluntary Product Accessibility Templates

The Voluntary Product Accessibility Template (VPAT) is a document that contains a list of requirements needed for a product to conform to Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act. The template format allows vendors to state their products' conformance to Section 508, requirement by requirement.

Cisco Product VPATs

Collaboration, Voice, and Video

Collaboration

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Jabber

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Telepresence

Tandberg

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Universal Gateways and Access Servers

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Video, Cable, and Content Delivery

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Voice and Unified Communications

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Contact Center

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WebEx Products

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Data Center

Application Networking Services

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Blade Switches

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Data Center Switches

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Storage Networking

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Unified Computing

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Mobility / Wireless

Access Points

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Outdoor Wireless

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Service Exchange

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Wireless

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Wireless LAN Controllers

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Network Systems


Cisco IOS, Catalyst OS and NX-OS

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Interfaces and Modules

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Network Management

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Optical Networking

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Routers

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Switches

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Security


Firewall

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Physical Security and Building Systems

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Security

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Security Management

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Virtual Private Networks (VPN)

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Others


Others

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If you are searching for a product VPAT that is not listed, contact your Cisco account manager or contact the Cisco Accessibility Initiative.

Note: This information is supplied for market research purposes only and is subject to change. The contents of this site do not constitute either legal advice or any representation, warranty, or guarantee regarding a person's ability to comply with applicable accessibility requirements. Such a determination is the sole responsibility of the purchaser.

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