Cisco is the enterprise and telecom networking leader, but the company's expansion into new markets such as telepresence, collaboration, video conferencing and consumer electronics may be more notable. Cisco reloads well in an economic downturn, makes smart acquisitions such as Pure Digital, WebEx and Tandberg, and plots a long-term strategic vision well.
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By integrating Citrix's application delivery controller (ADC), Cisco tightens a partnership that formed in October shortly after VMware bought Nicira to popularize the term "software defined networking."
Cisco's revamped defense ecosystem depends upon partnerships with the likes of IBM, Hewlett-Packard, and Splunk, among others.
The Ava 500 is designed to bring collaboration, mobility and telepresence to manufacturing facilities, labs and supply chain outposts.
Sure, everyone is talking about the BYOD movement -- but a new survey reveals hardly anyone is doing anything about it.
Server sales have been whacked by a weak economy and consolidation moves. Cisco, however, is growing rapidly and Dell picked up market share.
Application-oriented networking moves some application development workloads to the network in a bid to reduce time to market for application deployment and get rid of some of the most labor-intensive tasks.
Cisco CEO John Chambers said "we are dramatically better positioned than the traditional data center players such as HP, Dell, and IBM."
Cisco's ASR 5500 will form the foundation of Vodafone Australia's evolved packet core for its 4G network, the company announced today.
The University of New South Wales' research campuses across New South Wales are crying out for high bandwidth on the NBN.
With AT&T and Google (among others) warming up for a gigabit Internet war, Cisco is jumping in the fray with some new products to support the speedy connections.
In its quest to go head-to-head with Amazon on the cloud front, Microsoft is adding even more enterprise networking capabilities to its Windows Azure cloud platform.
One version of the Message Queuing Telemetry Transport (MQTT) protocol could boost applications for the Internet of things.
Networking giant's new Asia-Pacific headquarters in Singapore embarks on a 100 percent mobile workforce, which it hopes will better attract and retain employees and drive in-house innovation.
Cisco is launching new datacenters that revolve around Microsoft technologies to deliver go-to-market initiatives.
What could bring Red Hat, Cisco, VMware, and Microsoft together in one cause? Would you believe The Linux Foundation and Software-Defined Networking? Believe it.