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5 Things You Should Know About Cisco's Decision To Fold Spark Into Webex

Cisco has announced that the former Spark platform will be known as Webex Teams, and it comes along with the launch of a new Webex Meetings application, as well as a new Webex Assistant and a Webex Share device.

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Cloud Considerations

The differences between Cisco Spark and Webex didn't stop at capabilities and accessibility, but went all the way to the cloud. Webex meetings are supported by servers in Webex data centers, and Webex's IP network, which allowed for global transport between customers' service providers and those servers. Cisco Spark, on the other hand, was based in public clouds. Now, the platform will use a hybrid model. All meetings will be supported by the Webex backbone, including servers in both public clouds and Webex data centers. The company says the arrangement gives customers high quality audio and video with low latency across the entire combined platform.

 
 
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