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We’re thrilled to announce that Oblong’s Mezzanine software is available globally on the Cisco Global Price List (GPL) starting this week. This enables Cisco customers and channel partners to order Mezzanine software directly from the Cisco GPL, streamlining the order process for next generation collaboration spaces and bringing multi-share capabilities to the popular Webex platform.
The way people work has clearly changed. Today’s workers have access to more information than ever and rely on that data to make faster, better decisions. The challenge is that today’s workforce is also more distributed than ever before and sharing data with virtual teammates is difficult. Sharing content has been far too linear and one-dimensional, slowing and complicating the decision process.
Oblong’s Mezzanine software enables Cisco videoconferencing users to share multiple live streams of content (“multi-share”) simultaneously in any Cisco video meeting, effectively increasing users’ sharing capability up to 10x over what they can do in a standard video conference. Best of all, this experience is now available from within a familiar “Cisco-first” Mezzanine UX.
We have a deep relationship with Cisco and by innovating the UX and expanding that relationship to bring Mezzanine to the Cisco GPL it allows us to better serve our customers and channel partners and to help them bring multi-share collaboration to the entire enterprise. We are excited to work with Cisco teams across the globe and we’re here today at Cisco Live in San Diego to invite Cisco customers, partners and sellers to visit us at the center of Collaboration Village.
Today we debut a new Cisco-first interface for the Mezzanine user experience through tighter integrations with Cisco Webex devices. This means Cisco users who’ve never been exposed to Mezzanine will be able to benefit from multi-share collaboration and discovery how to share multiple pieces of content all at the same time when in a Cisco meeting environment. And if the user happens to book a video conference room that has Mezzanine and all they want to do is make a video call, no problem. The new UX has a very familiar Cisco look and feel.
Let’s take a look at this new Cisco-first Mezzanine UX where multiple participants are joining a meeting to share content. The idea is to provide users an easy path for sharing multiple pieces of content simultaneously and discover the value that Mezzanine brings to meetings along the way.
Of course all the great Mezzanine features are still intact within this new user experience. Meeting participants can share up to 10 live streams and have full control over the content on the screens for ultimate layout flexibility and multi-dimensional conversations. Our user testing indicates this path of self-guided discovery for Mezzanine multi-share is highly memorable and engaging.
As more and more customers look to scale Mezzanine multi-share across their Cisco video estate, it is obvious that leveraging the familiar UX, one that millions of Cisco users embrace, is perfect for the introduction of Mezzanine multi-share.
Stop by the Collaboration Village at CiscoLive US in San Diego this week to see it in action, and learn more aboutMezzanine’s seamless integration with Cisco Webex here.
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