Earlier this month I attended the Major League Baseball All-Star Game in Seattle, home of the Mariners. As part of my activities there, I moderated a sports CIO summit hosted by Extreme Networks Inc., MLB’s official Wi-Fi solution provider, at Lumen Field, home of the Seattle Seahawks.
At the end of last month, Cisco Systems Inc. invited a small group of analysts to tour its facilities in Oslo, Norway, the home of the Cisco team responsible for its device portfolio — aka “Video Valley” — primarily used with Webex software.
It’s early June, so for networking professionals, it’s time for Cisco Live, Cisco Systems Inc.’s annual user event, which typically involves the announcement of a cornucopia of product news. The 2023 edition of Cisco Live was no different, although most product news was related to building broader solutions that leverage multiple products.
Cisco Systems Inc. will hold its annual Cisco Live user event next week in Las Vegas as the networking giant is coming off an impressive quarter in which Chief Executive Chuck Robbins (pictured) set a more than positive outlook for the company.
Networking giant Cisco Systems Inc. showed strong execution in most areas in its fiscal third quarter as it posted record revenue of $14.6 billion, up 14% year-over-year and topping estimates, but there’s a lot more behind the headline numbers.