Turns out an enterprise tablet was just the beginning: Cisco today also announced plans for a Wi-Fi Flip cam, an iOS4 video client, and a media transcoder that would broker an end to the ongoing Apple-Flash spat. Busy day!
There aren't many details available about each individual item, but here's what we we know:
• The Wi-Fi-enabled Flip camcorder should be available in time for this coming holiday season.
• The iOS4 app would be based on Mobi, and Cisco would "absolutely love" to be able to integrate with FaceTime. No timing or pricing details are available yet.
• Cisco's Media Experience Server, for carriers and enterprise networks, would transcode video from any input device to any other device. That means a non-Flash enabled device like the iPad or iPhone would be able to receive Flash-enabled content. Timing, again, is unclear.
Sounds good! At least, sounds good enough for me to want more details asap. [ComputerWorld]