5 New Cisco Webex Devices, Features Revealed This Spring
With hybrid work in full swing, Cisco isn’t hitting the brakes on Webex innovation. Here’s a roundup of the two new Webex devices revealed this week and a few recent Webex features and capabilities that solution providers should know about.
Webex on a Roll
Cisco Systems has been a collaboration juggernaut over the last two years with its popular Webex platform that’s risen to the top as one of the leading videoconferencing and collaboration solutions for businesses all over the globe when the COVID-19 pandemic changed the working life for millions of employees.
Cisco has continued to build out and improve the Webex platform with a bevy of new features, capabilities, and device options to match any employee’s needs, whether they are working from home, are back in the office, or doing a little bit of both via a hybrid working environment. The San Jose, Calif.-based company in 2021 revealed that it had unveiled more than 1,000 new Webex features and capabilities since 2020 — including some new elements that joined the portfolio via acquisition — and that wasn’t even factoring in the new hardware that Cisco had developed to complement the cloud-based collaboration platform.
Cisco partners and businesses alike have been impressed by the pace of innovation that Cisco has kept up within its collaboration segment – a pace that isn’t slowing down. Just this week, the company introduced two new Webex devices, including a camera and room bar. Cisco also announced that as of March, Webex Calling hit a record 6 million users as organizations adopt leading enterprise cloud calling to scale business globally.
Cisco is continuing to help businesses address hybrid work to keep employees collaborating and communication, regardless of location. Here’s a roundup of the two new Webex devices revealed this week and a few recent features and capabilities that Cisco has added to its Webex platform that solution providers should know about.