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This document describes how the Cisco TelePresence Server interoperates with TANDBERG Experia.
Does the TelePresence Server interoperate with Cisco-acquired TANDBERG Experia?
The Cisco TelePresence Server has been tested with TANDBERG Experia. The TelePresence Server supports the Cisco TelePresence System T3, Cisco-acquired TANDBERG Experia, Cisco TelePresence System (CTS) 3000, and single-screen endpoints concurrently in the same conference.
For TelePresence Server Version 2.1, the conference has to be configured - and participants called - from the web interface. An improvement in interoperability is an important feature of TelePresence Server Software Version 2.2.