- tele- + presence (Wiktionary)
“At least for nearby objects, certainly for the Moon, and with due regard for cost and value, telerobotics and telepresence is absolutely the way to go.”
“Remember telepresence is Cisco fastest growing new product category and they're planning on bringning it to the home this year (though it'll be 2010 before the price is anything like consumer level)”
“But when kids start dying in telepresence its future is threatened and Tony Louis, director of the telepresence school system, attempts to find out what is going on before the ground-breaking technology is killed before it even gets off the ground.”
“For instance, Chambers said on Monday his company would be targeting "telepresence"--"Internet and telephone collaboration tools," in human-speak--as one of the new "advanced technologies" it would concentrate on.”
“San Jose, Calif. -based Cisco (Nasdaq: CSCO), which has about 4,300 workers in the Raleigh-Durham area, has moved aggressively into what it calls "telepresence" - or sophisticated, highly realistic video and audio links and data exchanges for business meetings.”
“Making HP Halo Telepresence Solutions and Microsoft Office Communications Server-based unified conferencing interoperable, enabling remote participants at any Microsoft Office Communication Server-enabled PC to join telepresence conferences”
“There is also the issue of telepresence, which is a force multiplier for the people and machines that would be operating on the Moon.”
“Bloomberg's Rich Jaroslovsky reviews the umi, Cisco Systems Inc.'s so-called telepresence videoconferencing system that allows you to use your big-screen, high-definition television to chat with friends and family.”
“Systems Inc.'s so-called telepresence videoconferencing system that allows you to use your big-screen, high-definition television to chat with friends and family.”
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