Cisco TelePresence Exchange System

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The Cisco TelePresence® Exchange System is an integrated telepresence and video service-creation platform that can help service providers and strategic partners create and manage secure, cloud-based, hosted and managed video collaboration services.
Software-based, the Cisco TelePresence Exchange System is powered by a fully redundant architecture that can dramatically reduce time to market and improve operating margins for business video and telepresence services such as secure business-to-business calling, hosting services, and scheduled and rendezvous (reservationless) multimedia conferencing

targeted at a broad universe of video endpoints, from immersive rooms to soft-client endpoints. It does so through a set of modular features that simplify the tailoring of video services to the service provider market and streamline operations with a solution-focused management interface and open application programming interfaces (APIs) that ease the solution integration with service providers' business and operational support systems.
The Cisco TelePresence Exchange System intelligently optimizes call routing and conference resource selection for globally distributed enterprise customers using distributed and strategically placed media switching and transcoding resources. It optimizes the resource selection based on the types of endpoints joining a meeting in order to yield the lowest network transport and per-port cost with the best possible user experience. The conferencing application aggregates conference resources based on pools of available ports to create a highly available conferencing solution that allows you to add or remove resources without affecting service. A centralized administration interface provides a single point of access for solution management, billing, conference resource capacity planning, and system administration.
Based on proven multitenant technology, powered by a fully redundant and scalable architecture, and controlled by a modular licensing model, the Cisco TelePresence Exchange System allows service providers to view telepresence services as building blocks that they can use to expand their business based on market demand. In addition, the system is an open platform with APIs that allow service providers and partners to build new applications to customize and complement the overall solution. Readily available through the Cisco Developer Network, these APIs are currently available to all customers.
In the fast-paced video market, the Cisco TelePresence Exchange System dramatically reduces technology risk through a validated architectural approach and allows service provider partners to focus on their business and differentiation strategy rather than on the underlying technology challenges.

Summary of Specifications of Cisco TelePresence Exchange System

System management

• Cisco TelePresence Exchange Administrator user interface
• Secure Shell (SSH) Protocol command-line interface (CLI)

Performance and scalability

• Up to 2400 concurrent telepresence sessions
• Up to 40 telepresence sessions per second in sustained mode
• Up to 10 scheduling or billing API requests per second in sustained mode

Reliability and availability

• Fully redundant multitiered system with every tier in either an active-active or active-standby configuration

Alarms and reporting

• Resource MIBs support to enable easy monitoring of solution components
• Platform MIBs support to enable hardware-level monitoring
• Event reporting on the Cisco TelePresence Exchange user interface to enable easy troubleshooting

Supported Cisco and third-party endpoints

• Cisco TelePresence Systems 3010, 3200, 1100, 1300, and 500 Series; Cisco TelePresence System Profile 42-inch and System Profile 52-inch; Cisco TelePresence System EX90 and System EX60; Cisco TelePresence System Codec C20, System Codec C40, and System Codec C60; and Cisco IP Video Phone E20, Cisco Jabber Video for Windows and iPad*,
• Standards-based Session Initiation Protocol (SIP), H.323 telepresence standard, and standard- and high-definition (SD and HD, respectively) video endpoints

*Not supported in Hosted service deployment model

Protocol Family


• Support for SIP RFCs 2543 and 3261

Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP) and HTTP

• Support for SOAP- and HTTP-based Web Services API for integration with scheduling and billing systems


• H.323 support, achieved using Cisco TelePresence MSE 8510 and MSE 8710 for interoperability dial-out; dial-in is supported through SIP conversion at the enterprise edge (via the Cisco TelePresence Communication Server-Expressway ((VCS-E))


• ISDN support, achieved using Cisco MSE 8321 ISDN blade.

North bound and south bound APIs

• SOAP/HTTP based Web Services API for Scheduling, CDRs and Active Meeting Management
• XML/RPC for managing MSE and CTMS resources
• AXL/SOAP/SFTP for CUCM Integration


• SNMPv2c, SNMPv3, and SNMP Traps

Cisco® Discovery Protocol

• Full support, including neighbor discovery (and SNMP support) and Cisco Discovery Protocol advertisement




























Cisco TelePresence Exchange System Hardware and Environmental Specifications


Six Cisco TelePresence Exchange System servers (based on IBM x3650m2 architecture)


Two Gigabit Ethernet RJ-45 ports


8 GB on each server

Physical dimensions (H x W x D)

Six servers, each 2 rack units (2RU): 1.7 x 17.3 x 28.0 in. (711.4 x 43 x 440 mm)


• Rated six servers, each 675W
• Total rated: 4050W

Temperature range

50 to 95°F (10 to 35°C)

Approvals and compliance

U.S.: Safety: UL60950-1 2nd edition 21CFR1040

EMC: FCC Part 15/CISPR22 Class A

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