News Release

Cisco Systems Appoints New Vice President of Technical Operations, Americas International

TORONTO, ON - September 28, 2000 - Cisco Systems Canada is
Sep 28, 2000

TORONTO, ON - September 28, 2000 - Cisco Systems Canada is pleased to announce the appointment of Robert (Bob) Singleton as vice president, technical operations, Americas International.

Mr. Singleton previously held the role of director, systems engineering, Americas International. In his new role, Singleton maintains responsibility for leading the Americas International systems engineering team and will also be responsible for all Customer Advocacy operations in Americas International, including services sales, professional service delivery and all technical support activities.

Bob Singleton has over 20 years of experience in the North American networking industry. He has spent the past 10 years with Cisco and was involved in its initial start-up in Canada.

About Cisco Systems Canada Co.

Cisco Systems - with $18.8 billion (US) in revenues and over 30,000 employees - is the worldwide leader in networking for the Internet. Established in 1990, Cisco Systems Canada employs over 300 employees across Canada dedicated to sales and service. In addition, Cisco has approximately 350 employees at their research and development site in Kanata, Ontario.

The Internet is changing the way people work, live, learn and play - and Cisco Systems Canada is a primary agent of this change and a compelling example of the power of this revolution. By widely deploying business solutions based on the Internet, Cisco Systems saves over $825 million (US) per year in operating costs, has grown revenues by 100% in two years and has increased customer satisfaction at the same time. Cisco produces networking solutions for enterprise organizations, service providers and small/emerging businesses.

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