Use the following Cisco Spark services:
Messaging—Prepare and share content; message and post files in virtual spaces (individual people, groups, and teams) with persistent content.
Meeting—Connect teams and meet customers easily with the added benefits of messaging and content sharing before, during, and after the meeting. Schedule or join a meeting at a main office, a branch office, at home, on the road, or from a room-based video system.
Calling—Enable voice and video communications over mobile, desktop, and room-based devices. Connect existing PSTN services to Cisco Spark for one-touch directory dialing and the ability to join meetings from almost anywhere. Cisco Spark Calling mobile users get features such as single number reach, single voicemail service, and video service.
Cisco Spark app
Cisco Spark Room Devices
To activate your room device on Cisco Spark, the device must run software version CE8.2.0 or later.
You can activate the SX10 (CTS-SX10N-K9) on Cisco Spark if the device runs software version CE8.1.0 or later.
You must use a TRC6 remote control with the SX20. The TRC5 is not supported.
IP Phones (desk phones)
To activate your phone on Cisco Spark, the phone must run software version 11.0 or later (Cisco Spark Phone OS).
Analog Telephone Adapters (ATAs)
ATAs connect non-IP devices, such as analog phones, fax machines, and overhead paging systems to your network and allow them to act as Cisco Spark Calling devices.
Add Key Expansion Modules to Phones (Cisco IP Phone 8800 series only)
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