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This document provides guidance on how to design and implement a Cisco Vision local control area, including luxury suites, clubs, bars, restaurants, and back offices. This document includes hardware and software requirements, recommended physical layouts, best practice configuration settings, and deployment guidelines and considerations. This document also provides the master reference data for the technical sales presentation that guides the Sales SE on what they can safely sell, deploy, and quote.
The audience is Cisco Technical Engineers responsible for designing and deploying a Cisco Dynamic Signage Vision Director Solution luxury suite. Readers of this document should be familiar with the basic networking and digital signage terminology and the operation and configuration of Cisco IP phones. This document also assumes a general understanding of the sports and entertainment business and live event objectives and operations.
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Refer to the Cisco Vision Dynamic Signage Director Release Notes for Release 6.1 for a description of new features available in this release.
Refer to the Cisco Vision Dynamic Signage Director Release Notes for Release 6.1 for information about the supported software levels for Cisco Unified Call Manager and Cisco Unified Application Environment as well a list of caveats.