Posts Tagged ‘Cisco’
HP and Cisco once again plan their partner confabs for the same time. In 2014, both will descend on Las Vegas for a busy week of channel news.
All eyes will be on Hewlett-Packard today when it reports quarterly and full year earnings, which are expected to be lower due to soft IT spending and decreasing demand in China. The report could mark a beneficial turning point for the channel.
UK partner Phoenix looks to split orphaned Cisco customers between multiple providers, according to channel rumor mill.
Cisco unveils plans to purchase the rest of spin-in Insieme Networks, and to use their technology to power a new assault on software-defined networking.
Rather than discontinuing popular products, Cisco is raising the price of some legacy switches to encourage buyers to adopt newer technologies. It’s not a bad idea, particularly for solution providers looking to expand their services sales.
The list of potential suitors for beleaguered Blackberry continues to grow, with Cisco, Amazon and Lenovo being added to the list. While the obvious tech gained in this acquisition is the smartphone business, the real prize is mobile security.
Hewlett-Packard CEO Meg Whitman tells analysts longtime partners in innovation Intel and Microsoft are now competitors. This shows how technology disruptions and shifting opportunities are redrawing the competitive landscape.
McAfee president Mike DeCesare expects Cisco, HP, IBM and Microsoft to be his long-term opponents as networking security becomes as important as endpoint.
Brocade CEO Lloyd Carney says he’s not interested in networking refrigerators, but rather focusing on data centers. It’s a clear shot at market leader Cisco, which keeps pushing its Internet of Things concept as a market driver. Is Cisco overreaching?
New Cisco Global Midmarket Acceleration chief John Donovan looking to enable partners around Cisco’s midmarket offerings.