Cisco's network virtualisation solutions helped deploy Reliance Jio and Rakuten's mobile networks of the future.
With Australia one of the biggest global users of Webex, Cisco is building a new Sydney-based data centre.
Cisco releases new Nexus firmware that includes a new command to turn off POAP.
Using Cisco connectivity technology, Australian LNG company Woodside is collaborating with NASA on edge compute capabilities for use hundreds of kilometres offshore, towards even the moon in future.
Optus Business customers will gain access to increased security, reliability, reporting, analytics, rapid provisioning, and managed services capabilities under Cisco Meraki.
5G is not the be all and end all, Cisco has said, with Wi-Fi 6 needed to enable indoor coverage and nano-satellites necessary for ensuring the entire world is connected.
The Cisco-Curtin Global Centre for Intent-Based Networking will see Curtin University become a ‘living laboratory for the network’.
Cisco’s BroadCloud and Webex will form the basis for the latest cloud-based offering from Optus Business.
The two will combine on business solutions across connectivity, security, collaboration, and productivity, as well as a marketing campaign and a rebate program.
Cisco tells businesses to install updates six months after researchers reported a critical security flaw.
Cisco and Nokia are providing the software and hardware behind Rakuten’s new mobile network, with Nokia’s CTO questioning whether the future of web-scales is to become a carrier.
The networking giant is bringing its Country Digital Acceleration program to Australia.
In its latest mobile data report, Cisco predicts that only about 3 percent of total mobile connections will occur over upgraded high-speed networks by 2022.
Cisco's board of directors also approved a $15 billion increase to the authorization of the company's stock repurchase program.
When changing the default admin password doesn't actually change the password at all.
After years of incremental progress, the enterprise collaboration industry is currently seeing a burst of innovation that's led to several new approaches that have real potential to become digital workplace breakthroughs.
At Cisco Live in San Francisco, CEO John Chambers talks about the key technologies he envisions growing the Internet of the future. Chambers discusses video as an important part of the company's strategy, enabling better collaboration technologies such as Cisco's TelePresence.
At the Green Legal Strategy panel in San Francisco, John Hailey, Cisco's senior manager of sustainable development, shows off the company's "Environmental Data" tool available for free on the company's Web site. He says Cisco is committed to reducing its own footprint by 25 percent by 2012, taking into account growth, which may mean up to a 50 percent reduction of its greenhouse gases.
Networking giant Cisco Systems has a goal to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from its operations by 25 percent in the next four years--with the help of technologies it's created. Cisco also wants to help customers do the same. Correspondent Sumi Das looks at green innovations at Cisco, including: an HD video-conferencing system, energy-efficient data centers, and a new office environment that encourages employees to work from unassigned spaces.