CISCO | FREEPORT
Single & Multi-Class VTC Systems Featuring Cisco Integration & Control
Cisco Collaboration Endpoints
Single or Multi-Class VTC system with native Cisco In-Room Control supporting:
Desk Pro, Room Bar, Room Kit, Room Kit Plus, Room Kit Pro, and Room Panorama
*Support for legacy endpoints as well
Cisco In-Room Control
Native Cisco control (Touch 10, Room Navigator) of all standard briefing and VTC functions including VTC network switching (MDVNS required)
Single & Multi-Classification
Can be deployed with or without the Freeport Multi-Domain Video Network Switch
Features & Functions
- Touch control and configuration of displays, image processor, media player, HDTV tuner, microphones, PDU, video switch, & custom devices
- Native support for Freeport MDVNS & Mercury Digital Dashboard
- External device control is hardware agnostic
- Network/Mode selection with or without PIN (MDVNS required)
- Presentation/Briefing Modes in addition to VTC (MDVNS required)
- Support for approved cloud based VTC applications
The Freeport single and multi-class VTC systems featuring Cisco control are turnkey solutions which feature a seamless integration of a Cisco collaboration endpoint with Freeport’s Control System Isolator (CSI).
The integration of Cisco In-Room control with the CSI leverages the inherit capabilities of the Cisco collaboration room endpoint (audio, video, and control), providing familiarity for the end user. The Cisco touch panel (Touch 10 or Room Navigator) will not only control all briefing and VTC functionality but any other external devices required to meet the functional requirements of the room.
All Cisco In-Room control features and functions are configured and managed via the CSI web UI, no programming required. Any active user interface extensions (buttons, pop-ups, etc.) are dynamically generated and updated without the need to use any other software tools (e.g. Cisco In-Room control editor).
Single Classification System
Single classification systems are designed around a specific Cisco collaboration endpoint. The Freeport CSI will configure and monitor the Cisco CODEC and touch panel while providing isolation between the network that the CODEC is connected to and any external devices being controlled locally in the room.
Integrating the Freeport MDVNS into the system will provide control of the VTC network switching process (classification selection) via the Cisco touch panel. In addition, any reconfiguration of the MDVNS system including the addition of VTC networks, will automatically be synced with the Cisco control system.