Analysts aren't looking for a big gain. The networking giant is basically holding the fort, and amid economic concerns, another cut in the outlook can't be ruled out.
After selling fake Cisco equipment, operation's leader sentenced to 60 months, $2.7 million fine. Judge strips her of property, fast cars, lets her keep '90s-era Web site.
Cisco Systems continues to focus on developing collaborative solutions for the workplace with the acquisition of software maker Versly.
The company says it's getting out of the business of home energy management dashboards and building energy management but will seek networking business in the smart grid.
Cisco reports fourth-quarter earnings of 22 cents a share on revenue of $11.2 billion, just topping Wall Street expectations. But economic worries persist.
Cisco announces today its Linksys WES610N Wireless-N Dual-Band Entertainment Bridge that can extend an existing wireless network to up to four Ethernet-ready devices.
Networking equipment maker plans layoffs and sale of factory in Mexico in effort to save $1 billion annually.
As many as 7,000 jobs could be cut by the end of next month, and another 3,000 positions will be eliminated by way of early-retirement packages, according to a report, as the onetime Wall Street darling fights to get back on track.
Cisco Systems sees big opportunity for its new tablet PC that focuses exclusively on business users.
Company launches an app store and development environment for companies to write, test and manage apps for its Android tablet, Cius.