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crs-1

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SpaceX cargo ship returns to Earth after station visit

In the final phase of its first operational flight, the commercial cargo ship returns safely to Earth, carrying nearly a ton of supplies and experiment samples.

By October 28, 2012

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SpaceX cargo ship takes off on commercial flight to station

In a milestone mission for NASA, SpaceX launched an unmanned commercially developed cargo ship on a flight to the International Space Station Sunday, the company's first under a $1.6 billion contract.

By October 7, 2012

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Cisco's big announcement? A new router

Sure, the hype machine was working in overdrive. But the high-capacity Cisco CRS-3 still bears noting, and it all comes down to one word: video.

By March 9, 2010

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Cisco taps next-gen networks for the cloud

The networking company has announced its Unified Service Delivery package, a more efficient platform aimed at cloud services providers.

By May 12, 2009

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Cisco's CEO: Telecom was never dead.

John Chambers takes issue with story claiming the telecom industry was resurrected from the dead, saying instead the market is entering the next phase of development.

By June 19, 2007

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Cisco veteran Volpi to step down

Mike Volpi, once seen as a possible successor to the CEO, steps down from company's service provider business.

By February 8, 2007

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Comcast, Cisco and Nortel seek interoperability

The goal: making sure equipment is interoperable to meet the needs of video-on-demand and high-definition video.

By December 12, 2005

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Cisco sees momentum in sales of key router

Company said it has six paying customers for the CRS-1, and separately announces partnership with Fujitsu to develop routers for Japan market.

By December 5, 2004

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BT picks partners for network upgrade

Among the chosen are Alcatel, Ciena and Cisco. Absent from the list is Marconi, whose stock dives on the news.

By April 28, 2005

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Cisco gives OS face-lift to older routers

To keep IP router rivals at bay, Cisco Systems is using new software to pump life back into an aging router product line.

By April 18, 2005