Cisco Systems (CSCO) chief executive John Chambers told shareholders at the company’s annual meeting on November 19 that the vendor’s resilient nature will enable it to come back from its current sales woes. That sounds eye-of-the-tiger inspirational, but is it realistic?
Cisco Systems (NASDAQ: CSCO) CEO John Chambers threw down the gauntlet this evening, predicting the networking company will lead the shift to software defined data centers — a hot topic as Cisco strives to balance relationships with VMware, EMC, NetApp, IBM, Intel, Citrix and Microsoft.
Cisco Systems (NASDAQ: CSCO) wants to lead the market for software defined data centers and software defined networks. But Cisco must balance relationships with EMC (NYSE: EMC) and VMware (NYSE: VMW) — which recently acquired Nicira in the network virtualization market. How will Cisco move forward?
Cisco Systems (NASDAQ: CSCO) broke off its seven-year reseller relationship with Chinese telecommunications provider ZTE after an internal investigation confirmed earlier reports that the company had sold computer gear from the networking giant and other U.S. manufacturers to an Iranian telecom firm in violation of U.S.
Cisco Systems (NASDAQ: CSCO) this week promoted both Gary Moore and Rob Lloyd (pictured, l.) to president, positioning both executives as potential successors to CEO John Chambers (r.) — who plans to stick around for another two to four years. If The VAR Guy was a betting man, he’d put money on Lloyd as the networking company’s next CEO.