Cisco IM & Presence

The service provides instant messaging for applications operating within the provider's WebEx Collaboration Cloud. It uses Cisco's Extensible Messaging and Presence Protocol (XMPP) AJAX library to integrate the Presence functional package and related messaging capabilities with other web-based applications. Possible users could be an embedded customer support portal or in-game messaging between players. API methods support initiating chat sessions and controlling message exchanges between parties. Methods also support multi-user chat (MUC) functions for many-to-many messaging. The API allows management of user contact lists and privacy controls, connect and disconnect actions, and related chat functions.
Cisco IM & Presence

Cisco Unity Connection Messaging Interface

The Cisco Unity Connection Messaging Interface (CUMI) is a messaging API for Cisco Unity Connection that has been designed to be stable and simple to use. It is based on leading industry standards for web-based API development, and provides access to a wide set of Connection messaging functionality. With the API users can access functionality such as sending messages, receiving messages, replying to messages and sending broadcast messages. It uses RESTful calls and responses are formatted in XML.
Cisco Unity Connection Messaging Interface

Cisco Jabber Voice & Video

The service provides integrated voice and video communications via broswer-based telephony. Basic telephone call functions include making and receiving voice calls, hold and resume funtions, multi-party teleconferences, mute/unmute, and transferring calls. In addition, the service supports sending and receiving high-definition (HD) quality video to enhance voice communications. API methods are implemented with the service's JQuery library to manage call functions and communication interactions. A browser plug-in interacts with Javascripts to duplicate functions of the provider's installed client software.
Cisco Jabber Voice & Video

Cisco WebEx

The WebEx Meeting Services API Platform lets users incorporate Cisco WebEx meetings into their own applications. The platform offers three APIs: URL API: The URL API is a convenient, lightweight, HTTP(S)-based mechanism that provides browser-based, external hooks into WebEx meeting services. The URL API is typically used in enterprise portal integrations to support basic interactions such as Single Sign-On (SSO), scheduling meetings, starting and joining simple meetings, and inviting attendees and presenters. XML API: The XML API is a comprehensive set of services that supports most aspects of WebEx meeting services, including detailed user management, comprehensive scheduling features, attendee management and reporting, and more. The WebEx XML API employs a services oriented architecture (SOA) to provide comprehensive services to external applications wishing to interact with one or more WebEx services. Teleconference Service Provider (TSP) API: The TSP API provides full-featured XML-based integration with audio conferencing networks. The integration architecture supports redundancy, fail-over, and load balancing, and provides robust features that tightly integrate audio conferencing capabilities with telephony management and provisioning in the WebEx environment.
Cisco WebEx