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News Summary: Cisco Board of Directors declares quarterly cash dividend. $0.37 per common share to be paid on October 27, 2021 to all stockholders of
News Summary: Cisco is enabling critical car-to-trackside connectivity for the first autonomous race at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway with Dallara-built
News Summary Telstra and Cisco sign new five-year SaaS agreement for IoT to continue enterprise growth Companies continue collaboration to bridge regions
Answering the call to limit global temperature rise to 1.5°C above pre-industrial levels, Cisco pledges to accelerate companywide strategies to greatly
News Summary: Webex by Cisco hosts record 8 billion calls monthly and supports more than 39 million cloud calling users worldwide - the most of any cloud
On a rainy summer day, Light Reading arrived at Cisco's campus at Research Triangle Park (RTP) to tour the networking vendor's new $20 million Rural Broadband Innovation Center.
As Cisco eyes an $80 billion cybersecurity opportunity, Cisco EVP for Security and Collaboration Jeetu Patel says the vendor is “doubling down” on four strategic areas.
Cisco has been on a mission to pivot from a networking hardware leader to a software giant, driven by services, subscriptions, and flexible consumption models.
Cisco Systems Inc. has a new bullish backer on Wall Street on Thursday, after Credit Suisse suggested the stock could climb to the highest levels seen since the dot-com boom following the network-equipment maker’s upbeat Investor Day presentation.
Cisco, despite its hardware heritage, wants it to be known its future lies in software, the cloud, and subscription-based services.
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