It was proclaimed on weekday afternoon that Belkin is progressing to acquire Cisco’s home networking business unit, which incorporates the Linksys whole.
While Belkin also will be grabbing another product, resources, and workers from Cisco’s home networking cluster, it maintained that the Linksys name can stay intact.
Belkin conjointly secure to supply support for Linksys product, and bonded that valid warranties are honored by Belkin for current and future Linksys product.
Hilton Romanski, vice chairman and head of company business development at Cisco, delineated the deal in a very journal post as “a win-win relationship within the market.” Continue reading “Belkin buying Cisco’s home networking business Linksys”
hough price competition and a weak public sector made the first three months of 2011 difficult for Ethernet switch vendors, Hewlett-Packard (HPQ) and Juniper Networks (JNPR) still managed to increase sales and market share, according to data from market research company Canalys.
Overall revenue was down 8.8 percent year-on-year in the first quarter to US$4.6 billion, even though vendors sold more ports. A key factor behind this development was aggressive competition between market leader Cisco Systems (CSCO) and challengers HP and Juniper, according to Canalys.
Cisco is still the largest Ethernet switch vendor by a large margin. But the company has been struggling lately, and its market share in terms of revenue fell from 73.1 percent a year ago to 68.2 percent. Continue reading “HP, Juniper Win As Switch Sales Drop During Q1”
Cisco revealed its plans to amass ClearAccess these days, a widely known supplier of client premise equipment (CPE) management solutions that address the growing would like for automatic subscriber activation, remote CPE management, and new incremental revenue streams. Founded as a broadband application and resolution supplier, ClearAccess offers advanced broadband solutions to worldwide enterprises at the side of TR-069-based software for the provisioning and management of residential and mobile devices.
This acquisition can bring ClearAccess’s capabilities of software development to Cisco’s premise, to figure with its network management specialties. this can enable service suppliers to raised deliver, manage and monetize their merchandise, whereas serving to to boost operational efficiencies and therefore the client expertise. to not mention, the addition of software development capabilities can augment Cisco Prime — Cisco’s network management software portfolio. Continue reading “Cisco to Acquire ClearAccess by End of 2012”
Cisco sees enterprise collaboration as a $45 billion market and it’s going once it with a vengeance.
It announced a trio of latest merchandise these days that shows how it’s on a headlong collision course with Microsoft’s collaboration merchandise, Lync and Skype.
Next quarter, Cisco can bring Jabber to Windows and also the iPad for the primary time. Continue reading “Cisco Takes A Jab At Microsoft With New Skype Alternatives”
Alcatel-Lucent this week will unveil a new Ethernet switch for enterprise campus networks that is designed to extend voice, data and video convergence to the wiring closet and access tier.
The company’s OmniSwitch 6450 comes in 10-, 24-, and 48-port Fast and Gigabit Ethernet configurations. The 24- and 48-port versions are targeted at the network edge and wiring closet access environments, while the 10-port version is for branch office, SMB and managed access applications. Continue reading “Alcatel-Lucent switch pushes Cisco, HP at the edge”