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Cisco Systems, Inc is engaged in designing and selling a range of technologies across networking, security, collaboration, applications and the cloud. It operates through three geographic segments: Americas; Europe, Middle East, and Africa; and Asia Pacific, Japan, and China. Its product and technologies include infrastructure platforms; applications; security and other products. Infrastructure Platforms consists of its core networking technologies of switching, routing, data center products and wireless that are designed to work together to deliver networking capabilities and transport and store data. Application product category consists primarily of software-related offerings that utilize the core networking and data center platforms to provide their functions. Security product category primarily includes unified threat management products, threat security products and Web security products. Its subsidiary, ThousandEyes, Inc., offers Internet and cloud intelligence platform.
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Zoom Video Communications Inc forecast current-quarter revenue above expectations, as the company expects millions of people to continue using its video-conferencing platform to work remotely and attend online classes, sending its shares up 10%.
Cisco Systems Inc on Tuesday reported a decline in revenue for a fifth straight quarter, as enterprise clients spent less on its network infrastructure products for offices due to the rise of remote working.
Cisco Systems Inc on Tuesday beat quarterly revenue estimates, helped by robust demand for its networking and teleconferencing tools due to the pandemic-induced rise in remote working.
Cisco Systems Inc's purchase of Acacia Communications Inc has been approved by China's antitrust regulator on condition that the companies ensure fair competition, the watchdog said on Tuesday.
Optical component maker Acacia Communications Inc on Thursday agreed to Cisco Systems Inc's increased offer of $4.5 billion, days after the network gear maker took the legal route against Acacia for terminating a previous deal.
Optical component maker Acacia Communications Inc on Thursday agreed to be bought by network gear maker Cisco Systems Inc for a sweetened offer of $4.5 billion. Cisco had previously offered $2.84 billion.
Acacia Communications Inc said on Monday it had filed a counterclaim against Cisco Systems Inc, days after the network gear maker sought a court order asking Acacia to close the $2.84 billion deal it had ended.
Acacia Communications Inc said on Monday it had filed a counterclaim against Cisco Systems Inc , days after the network gear maker sought a court order asking Acacia to close the $2.84 billion deal it had ended.
Cisco Systems Inc on Friday sought a court order asking Acacia Communications Inc to close the $2.84 billion deal, just over an hour after the optical component maker terminated the merger agreement.
Acacia Communications Inc said on Friday it has terminated its nearly $3 billion merger agreement with Cisco Systems Inc, effective immediately.
Cisco has revamped its Webex video meeting software as it targets a bigger share of the booming online collaboration market, adding new features such as background noise cancellation and a transcription service.
Cisco has agreed to buy London-based cloud communications software company IMImobile PLC for 595 pence per share in cash in a deal valued at about $730 million, including debt.
Wall Street's main indexes opened higher on Friday as Disney and Cisco jumped after reporting upbeat quarterly results, although investors remained worried about restrictions due to record surges in coronavirus cases.
U.S. stock index futures rebounded on Friday as shares of Disney and Cisco advanced after both reported upbeat quarterly results, but investors remained cautious as many U.S. states imposed restrictions to curb the relentless surge in coronavirus cases.
Cisco Systems Inc on Thursday reported a smaller-than-expected drop in first-quarter revenue as more people working from home during the COVID-19 pandemic drove demand for its teleconferencing tools, networking equipment and cybersecurity products.
Wall Street ended sharply lower on Thursday as U.S. coronavirus infections surged and investors weighed the timeline for the mass rollout of an effective vaccine.
Cisco Systems Inc on Thursday reported smaller-than-expected drop in first-quarter revenue as more people working from home during the COVID-19 pandemic drove demand for its teleconferencing tools, networking equipment and cybersecurity products.
Cisco Systems Inc's team collaboration app Webex Teams suffered an outage for more than two hours on Thursday, but the company later said its services had started to recover.
Cisco's video-conferencing app Webex clocked 590 million participants in September and is on track to record over 600 million this month, nearly double the numbers recorded in March when countries started shutting down due to the pandemic.
A U.S. judge on Monday ordered Cisco Systems Inc to pay $1.9 billion to a Virginia company that accused it of copying its cybersecurity patents.
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