Cisco Awarded FCC Chairman’s Awards for Accessibility and Advancement

| June 28, 2019

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We are proud to announce that Cisco was awarded the Chairman’s Awards for Advancement and Accessibility (Chairman’s AAA) for creating accessibility features for the blind on its 8800 Series Phones. The Chairman’s AAA is an FCC program recognizing products, services, standards and other innovative development that improve the experience of people with disabilities in telecommunications and technology. For most, looking at your phone to see an incoming call and deciding whether or not to answer it isn’t a concern. However, for the vision impaired, using a phone without the ability to see the display is a challenge and a potential barrier to employment.

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