Cisco TMS

Cisco TelePresence Management Suite (TMS)

The leader in fully managed large scale video conferencing systems is Cisco Systems, for the same reasons that Cisco is the leader in larger Unified Communications and data network systems.  All the systems are designed to work together, be manageable, secure and reliable. Cisco has changed all that with the integrated video conferencing infrastructure, which is named Cisco TelePresence.There are four main applications that the Cisco Telepresence system uses to make video conferencing a seamless experience. These applications are usually installed in in the primary datacenter.  The four main elements are:

For a description of how they work together, see the Adcap Cisco Video Infrastructure explanation.

The Cisco TelePresence Management Suite (TMS) is the control and management sys
tem that brings all the other elements of the video solution together. It allows for centralized control of all video endpoints, even non-Cisco video endpoints. It allows users to set up pre-scheduled conference calls. It also is the headend for the Cisco Movi video conferencing client for PC’s and Mac’s. The Cisco TelePresence Management Suite is an important part of any video conferencing deployment in order to provide the reliability and control that are required for a high-visibility system. It has many features that make HD video conferencing manageable and easy to use. Some of them are:

  • Scheduling of conference calls across all types of devices with automatic allocation and reservation of conferencing resources.
  • Scheduling via web, Exchange, or Domino server.
  • Maintains directories and phone books for ease use in calling and scheduling.
  • Manage devices including endpoints, gatekeepers, MCUs, and other infrastructure from both Cisco and third parties.
  • Provides conference monitoring, diagnostics, and alarms.

For organizations starting out with video conferencing, many of these same functions can instead be done by Cisco’s video conference hosting serviceCisco Callway, and after the usefulness of HD desktop video is demonstrated, the video endpoints can be hooked into the Cisco infrastructure system. Click here for the Cisco TMS Datasheet.

Popular Cisco TelePresence desktop high definition video conferencing products include:

Find out more about how Adcap provides complete solutions in specific practice areas, including:

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Pricing for Cisco TMS

There are many ordering options available for the Cisco TMS product suite. Adcap Network Systems has extensive Cisco certifications partly because we have knowledgeable an d experienced Cisco voice and video engineers that work with our customers to put together the exact design that is required. This involves using the Cisco TMS ordering guide, admin guide, the Cisco online product configurator, Cisco SmartNet lookup guide, and experience. The best way to get an accurate estimate for the product, licenses, manufacturer support, and installation services is to contact Adcap.

An alternative is to review the list of Cisco TMS part numbers below, and use the Adcap Online Store to look up the prices on the individual part numbers. This will not provide an accurate quote, but will provide ballpark numbers.

These part numbers are copied directly from the Cisco TMS Datasheet.

Table 4. Part Numbers for Cisco TelePresence Management Suite

Product Name Part Number
Cisco TelePresence Management Suite CTI-TMS-SW-K9
Cisco TelePresence Management Server CTI-TMS-APL-K9
Initial Ordering Options for the Cisco TelePresence Management Suite and Cisco TelePresence Management Server
Cisco TMS – additional 25 systems LIC-TMS-25
Cisco TMS – additional 100 systems LIC-TMS-100
Cisco TelePresence Movi – 25 user additional licenses LIC-MOVI-25
Cisco TelePresence Movi – 100 additional user licenses LIC-MOVI-100
Cisco TelePresence Movi – 500 additional user licenses LIC-MOVI-500
Cisco TelePresence Movi – 2000 additional user licenses LIC-MOVI-2000
Cisco TMSAE – Analytics Extension LIC-TMS-ANLYEXT
Cisco TMS Network Integration Extension (Polycom, MGC, Radvision ViaIP, Cisco 3540) LIC-TMS-NETINT
Cisco TMSBA – Extension Booking API – per 25 system registrations LIC-TMS-BAPI-25
Cisco TMSXN – Extension for IBM Lotus Notes – per 25 system registrations LIC-TMS-LOTUS-25
Cisco TMSXE – Extension for Microsoft Exchange – per 25 system registrations LIC-TMS-MSEX-25
Cisco TMS Application Integration Package – per server integrated LIC-TMS-APPINT
Add Device Licenses or Optional Features for Existing Installations
Electronic delivery license PAK for Cisco TelePresence Management Suite installations L-TMS-SW-PAK
Electronic delivery license PAK for Cisco TelePresence Management Server installations L-TMS-APL-PAK
Cisco TMS – additional 25 systems L-TMS-25
Cisco TMS – additional 100 systems L-TMS-100
Cisco TelePresence Movi – 25 user additional licenses L-MOVI-25
Cisco TelePresence Movi – 100 additional user licenses L-MOVI-100
Cisco TelePresence Movi – 500 additional user licenses L-MOVI-500
Cisco TelePresence Movi – 2000 additional user licenses L-MOVI-2000
Cisco TMSAE – Analytics Extension L-TMS-ANLYEXT
Cisco TMS Network Integration Extension (Polycom, MGC, Radvision ViaIP, Cisco 3540) L-TMS-NETINT
Cisco TMSBA – Extension Booking API – per 25 system registrations L-TMS-BAPI-25
Cisco TMSXN – Extension for IBM Lotus Notes – per 25 system registrations L-TMS-LOTUS-25
Cisco TMSXE – Extension for Microsoft Exchange – per 25 system registrations L-TMS-MSEX-25
Cisco TMS Application Integration Package – per server integrated L-TMS-APPINT

 

Last Updated: October 5th, 2011 |

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