Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center

We provide state-of-the-art results for all of our clients, many of which meet the requirements for S.A.M., which is an acronym for Standard Application Modalities - the uniform processes that should be adopted to make the technology we all use more accessible, & easy to operate.

In this MEET SAM overview, we cover how Captus Systems used Lightware to solve the problem that Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center had with their video meeting rooms.

Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center did not have enough content inputs on their Cisco Webex Teams codec. They wanted to use the existing Cisco infrastructure in a simple, easy-to-use, cost-effective way, allowing for their people to operate these rooms hassle-free.



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With the multiple-content input capabilities of the Lightware framework, Captus Systems was able to bring all of the inputs MSKCC needed, directly to the Cisco Touch 10. This eliminated the need for a matrix switcher & programming.

Additionally, it reduced the overall cost of the rooms considerably, allowed for faster deployments and created a much shorter build time.

Lightware’s application - within the Cisco environment - is designed to be repeatable & easily deployable. This was the perfect solution for MSKCC.

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