Cisco came out Tuesday with new routers and network technology that improves capacity at the edge of networks, where service is often the weakest.
Network gear maker Cisco is pulling the plug on its Flip camera business and plans to lay off 550 employees as part of a move to get out of its consumer products business.
The latest installment of Cisco's Visual Networking Index predicts that operators are about to get hit by a veritable tsunami of mobile data traffic.
Cisco's stock dove more than 15 percent in morning trading on the New York Stock Exchange after the company said...
Cisco's profits climbed 80 percent in its fourth quarter but its sales missed analysts' estimates...
Cisco increased its profits by nearly a billion dollars in its third fiscal quarter after rising sales boosted the company's financial results.
Cisco is offering new access points with CleanAir technology so that companies can track down and ferret out interference to make their Wi-Fi networks perform better.
There will be 1 trillion devices connected to the Internet by 2013, said Cisco Chief Technology Officer Padma Warrior.
Cisco is putting its vision of smart cities into action with a high-tech project launched together with the state of Colorado.
Cisco’s new, high-capacity CSR-3 router comes with impressive credentials: It can handle 322 Terabits per second, enough to download the entire printed collection of the Library of Congress in just over one second.
Cisco is exiting the WiMAX base station business to focus on its packet core and IP network business just three years after it got into the market.
Everyone knows that mobile data traffic is growing fast but even the most well-informed industry insiders may be caught off guard by dramatic new findings by Cisco.
While overall stocks fell this morning on new jobs data, Cisco shares were trading up slightly, to $23.28...
Cisco is adding features for WLAN video streaming in the enterprise so that certain video can get priority over others.
In the current economy, businesses and organizations may be reluctant to upgrade their wireless LANs with the latest technology, 802.11n.
Nivis and Cisco unveiled an embedded wireless IP mesh technology using a 6LoWPAN solution for integrated device management last month at the Cisco Live technology showcase
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