Cisco has a new 'telepresence' product which uses three large-screen televisions with a resolution of 1080 vertical lines. It requires a high speed network connection of 10 megabits per second.
Telepresence is essentially videoconferencing on steroids, using high definition (HD) streaming video on large-screen televisions.
"Telepresence can do for business networking what Myspace and the other social networking sites is doing for social networking," said Marthin De Beer, general manager of emerging markets for Cisco.
"It will create new relationships with people you may have never met before and enable you to do business in a much broader circle than what you are able to do today."
I will be interested to see if this really is as smart as they say. There are other products like Skype, that can offer a lot too.