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Product type: Desktop software

Cisco Jabber Video is an easy-to-use application that enables non-TelePresence customers to participate in TelePresence calls.

Jabber Video works on most Mac and Windows computers with a webcam, through an Internet connection that can sustain video traffic.


Product Variations

Jabber Video is available in both on-premise and cloud options to meet the different needs of customers:
● On-premise deployment: Jabber® Video Enterprise (previously called Movi) is deployed on your network to
add video mobility for your users; it allows flexibility for user management and policy setting tailored to the
requirements of your network architecture.
● Cloud-hosted option: Jabber Video is also available as a web- or subscription-based service, supported
through a downloadable software client, in the first quarter of 2012. The web-based service provides an
easy way to extend customers’ telepresence calling circle to vendors, partners, and clients with a forumbased
self-support model. The subscription-based service, available as part of the Cisco TelePresence for
Small and Medium Business, offer includes additional features and options such as multiparty video
calling, integration with customers’ cloud directory, and live end-user support provided by Cisco.
The intuitive user interface of Jabber Video enables fast, easy, and reliable connections to other soft client users,
desktop video systems, and meeting rooms up to immersive telepresence rooms.

For more information please refer to the attached Data Sheet

Technical Specifications
Hardware standards:
  • SIP
  • H.239 (Dual stream video conferencing capability)
  • H.263
  • H.263+
  • H.264
  • Mpeg
  • The bandwidth requirements are as follows: HD-quality (1280x720) video resolution requires approximately 1.3Mbps. VGA-quality (640x480) video resolution requires approximately 450Kbps.
Operating system compatibility:
  • Windows
  • Mac
Frames per second: 30fps
Recommended bandwidth: Support for bandwidths from 24 Kbps to 8 Mbps
  • Screen sharing
  • File transfer
  • Encryption
  • Echo cancellation
  • Note: Far end ● Self-View ● Up to 1080p 30 fps encoding and decoding ● Ability to select an application or the entire desktop and share content and presentations with standardscompliant devices on the far end through Binary Floor Control Protocol (BFCP) and H.239 ● ClearPath packet loss protection in nonoptimal network conditions, including mobile environments
Compatibility: QLD Health