Hardy, Quentin
September 2008
Forbes Asia;9/29/2008, Vol. 4 Issue 16, p64
The article reports on the success and the increasing profit of Cisco Systems Inc. due to the growing data center market. Cisco handles the giants of the Internet like Microsoft, Goggle, Yahoo, Amazon and even the fast moving Chinese upstarts. The company's own WebEx service, which is designed for videoconferencing in the office serves up to 7 million minutes a month and its Nexus 7000 switch is slated to increase its profit.


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