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What does TIP stand for?

TIP stands for Telepresence Interoperability Protocol (Cisco)


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The company continues to invest heavily in the Telepresence Interoperability Protocol (TIP)(created by Cisco and subsequently turned over to independent standards bodies), which facilitates multi-party immersive videoconference sessions among multi-vendor systems.
The company continues to invest heavily in the Telepresence Interoperability Protocol (TIP)(created by Cisco and subsequently turned over to independent standards bodies), which facilitates multi-party immersive videoconference sessions among multi-vendor systems.
While the transaction is subject to Cisco divesting ownership of its proprietary Telepresence Interoperability Protocol - a protocol used to communicate between Cisco telepresence products and third party video-conferencing products -- Reinecke believes Cisco and TANDBERG will deliver on their goal to create and drive interoperability standards for any organisation to use, and in turn pave the way for new business models in the collaboration market.
Cisco said that by licensing Telepresence Interoperability Protocol (TIP), it allows vendors to leverage a switched architecture, using the network as a platform, to improve media processing and intercompany security, lower the cost of media resources and decrease latency.
While the transaction is subject to Cisco divesting ownership of its proprietary Telepresence Interoperability Protocol - a protocol used to communicate between Cisco telepresence products and third party video-conferencing products -- Reinecke believes Cisco and TANDBERG will deliver on their goal to create and drive interoperability standards for any organisation to use, and in turn pave the way for new business models in the collaboration market.
He also revealed that the company was going to license its Telepresence Interoperability Protocol (TIP) used for interworking between different videoconferencing terminals - Lifesize, Radvision and Tandberg have all signed licensing agreements, De Beer said that the licence would be released royalty-free to encourage take-up of the technology and that TIP would be proposed as a standard for videoconferencing communication, although he didn't announce which standards body they would be submitted to.