You need to contact your Cisco rep.
The current beta version is for Cisco in-house only, but I believe public beta is due for release next month some time.
We have integrated iPad2 with VCS via Xvio and it works fine.
However, we have integrated 3rd party SIP clients/Phones with VCS for BlackBerry and Android both and it works fine.
Most Recently we have integrated & tested X-Lite(3rd party SIP Phone) with VCS for Video calling .
Yeah, I know, I've also used Polycom RealPresence Mobile, however, the upcoming Movi, which will be called Jabber, looks to be a lot better.
You can make Video Calls among VCS and CUCM endpoints, if you have CUCM in place and integrated with VCS, we have tested this.
I don't kow what happen with Cisco and any client for IPad, but most recently I can test and integrate succefully one polycom client (freeware!!) with my video network ( vcs, c20 and mcu codian).
I thonk is the best solution to iintegrate our tablet to he video world!!
Cisco Movi - now Jabber - for iPad2 is coming soon.
For some reason all the video content for Jabber for iPAD have been removed. Any eason why?
Hopefully due to the official launch of the product.
Here is an exemple
We tried it in Wifi and 3g, the results are really related to the bandwidth, in a 3G environnement the result is unpredictible in term of quality, this is really a good product, the customers like it