GENEVA, December 11, 2003 - The World Health Organization (WHO) announced
today the launch of the Health Academy, in collaboration with Cisco Systems,
Inc. The Health Academy is a novel approach to improve health through information
and Network Appliance Team to Deliver Integrated Storage Solutions for the
LONDON, UK, November 26, 2003 - Network Appliance, Inc. (NASDAQ: NTAP),
a leading provider of enterprise network storage solutions, and Cisco Systems,
Inc. (NASDAQ: CSCO), the worldwide leader in networking for the Internet,
announced today that they have entered a strategic relationship with a common
goal to offer solutions that will drive the adoption of a simplified and
standards-based storage networking infrastructure.
and Cisco Ship Heterogeneous Storage Management Software for Intelligent
MOUNTAIN VIEW and SAN JOSE, Calif., November 24, 2003 - VERITAS Software
Corporation (NASDAQ: VRTS), the leading storage software provider, and Cisco
Systems (NASDAQ: CSCO), the worldwide leader in networking for the Internet,
today announced the immediate availability of network-based volume management
software, VERITAS Storage Foundation for Networks on the Cisco MDS 9000
Series of Multilayer Directors and Fabric Switches.
Cisco Systems Introduces Clientless
Virtual Private Network Technology To Broaden Solutions For Remote User
SAN JOSE, Calif., November 10, 2003 - Cisco® Systems, Inc. today announced
it has extended functionality of its industry-leading Cisco VPN 3000 Series
Concentrators with support for new Secure Socket Layer (SSL) Virtual Private
Networks (VPNs). The new capability enables customers to remotely access
applications from a standard web browser from virtually any client device.
The addition of this capability enables increased flexibility and cost-effective
remote access options by concurrently supporting both SSL and IPsec VPNs
on the Cisco VPN 3000 Series Concentrators at no additional cost to customers.
Nationwide Introduces Next
Generation SAN Infrastructure from Cisco
LONDON, November 4, 2003 - Cisco Systems today announced that Nationwide,
the world's largest building society, has selected its Cisco MDS 9000 Family
of Multilayer director and fabric-class storage area networking (SAN) switches
and the Cisco ONS 15540 Extended Services Platform to help deliver its next
generation SAN infrastructure, initially consisting of over 2,000 ports
across two data centres
Cisco and IBM Collaborate on Network-Hosted Storage Virtualization
LONDON – Oct. 22, 2003 – Cisco and IBM today introduced a jointly developed solution designed to help customers further drive down the costs and complexity of managing data by providing them flexible, storage area networking (SAN) options to improve storage resource utilization.
EUROPEAN TELCOS VOICE THEIR FAITH IN CONVERGENCE
Geneva, October 15 2003 - A new study by Yankee Group commissioned by Cisco Systems shows the significant extent to which today’s European telecoms operators have re-evaluated their market strategies and focused their business planning from traditional voice services and circuit-switched networks to the delivery of converged services over more efficient packet-based networks.
CISCO SYSTEMS PREVIEWS ITU TELECOM WORLD 2003 PROGRAMS AND UNVEILS A STRONG PRESENCE AT THE SHOW
London, UK, 15 September 2003 -- Cisco Systems today announced the details of its activities at ITU Telecom World 2003. The company will have a significant presence at the show with a three story stand reflecting the theme of its new advertising campaign, ‘The Power of the Network. Now’. Cisco will emphasize its commitment as the most complete partner for service provider success by highlighting its unique abilities to help providers build intelligent packet networks, deploy broadband and packet based services, accelerate demand with enterprise, small and medium sized businesses and consumers.
Cisco Introduces the Cisco MDS 9100 Multilayer Intelligent Fabric Switch Series
LONDON, UK. – Sept. 9, 2003 – Cisco today introduced the Cisco MDS 9100 series of Multilayer Intelligent fabric switches, which offer IT organizations of all sizes a consistent and seamless way to grow their storage area networks (SANs) over time by utilizing the same set of intelligent network services and integrated management tools available across the entire Cisco MDS 9000 Family
Cisco Delivers Fibre Channel-Based SAN Extension over SONET/SDH on the Cisco ONS 15454 MSPP
International Broadcasting Convention, Amsterdam, September 8, 2003 –– Cisco Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ: CSCO) today announced the SL-Series interface for the Cisco® ONS 15454 Multiservice Provisioning Platform (MSPP) that helps to enable the delivery of Fibre Channel-based storage-area-network (SAN)-extension services over Synchronous Optical Network/Synchronous Digital Hierarchy (SONET/SDH) networks.
Systems Reports Fourth Quarter and Fiscal Year 2003 Earnings
SAN JOSE, Calif., August 5, 2003 - Cisco Systems, Inc., the worldwide
leader in networking for the Internet, today reported its fourth quarter
and fiscal year results for the periods ended July 26, 2003.
Net sales for the fourth quarter of fiscal 2003 were $4.7 billion, compared
with $4.8 billion for the fourth quarter of fiscal 2002, a decrease of
2.6 percent, and compared with $4.6 billion for the third quarter of fiscal
Systems Ships its 2 Millionth IP Phone to SouthTrust
SAN JOSE, Calif., July 31, 2003 –– Cisco
Systems today announced that it reached a major
milestone by shipping its 2 millionth Internet Protocol
(IP) telephone. This milestone phone was delivered
to SouthTrust Corp., one of America’s top-20
bank holding companies.
Cisco, Hitachi Data Systems Team to Achieve Data Storage Breakthrough OVERLAND PARK, Kan. – July 8, 2003 – Sprint, along with
Hitachi Data Systems and strategic alliance partner Cisco, has achieved
a technical breakthrough that could have major implications on how customers
deploy effective business continuity strategies. The telecommunications
giant, along with its partners, has successfully tested asynchronous data
replication over an IP network, using Fibre Channel over IP (FCIP) technology
at a distance of more than 3,600 miles.
Borough of Kingston Frst Local Authority in Greater London to fully migrate
Cisco IP Telephony Technology LONDON: 10th July, 2003 - Cisco Systems and Prime Business Solutions
today announced the completion of a project with the Royal Borough of
Kingston to fully replace their PBX (private automatic branch exchange)
telephone system with Cisco IP Telephony technology. The Royal Borough
of Kingston was the first local authority in the UK, and one of the first
in Europe to adopt IP Telephony technology. They are now the first local
authority in the UK to be 100% IP Telephony enabled.
launches new IP telephony-based kiosk service in Royal Borough of Kingston LONDON: 10th July, 2003 - Urban network company, Cityspace, announces
the launch of an exciting new community service that helps cross the digital
divide by taking on-line services out on to the high street, making them
accessible to all. The i+ service provides the public with easy access
to digital services and for contacting the council via on-street information
points. The kiosk service is based upon Cisco Systems IP Telephony system
technology and will go live on The Royal Borough of Kingston council’s
i+ Network in August.
Academy gets accredited London, UK - 25 June, 2003 - OCR (Oxford Cambridge and RSA Examinations)
today announced accreditation by the Qualifications and Curriculum Authority
(QCA)of the OCR IT Practitioner suite of qualifications to the National
Qualifications Framework. There are four OCR qualifications that have
been simultaneously accredited, three of which include the Cisco Networking
Academy Program certifications.
Makes Advanced Networking Performance and Features More Affordable for
Small-to-Medium Business and Education Markets SAN JOSE, Calif., June 24, 2003—Cisco Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ:
CSCO), today introduced several new intelligent LAN switching solutions
that make advanced networking features and capabilities more affordable
for small-to-medium business (SMB) and education customers. The Cisco®
Catalyst® 4500 Supervisor Engine II-Plus, Cisco Catalyst 4500 next
generation 48-port 10/100/1000 Module, Cisco Catalyst 4500 Access Gateway
Module (AGM) enhancements, and fixed configuration Cisco Catalyst 2970
and 2940 series switches provide SMB and education customers a range of
deployment options and the ability to affordably deploy intelligent services,
improve security and reduce network operating costs.
and Cisco deepen their relationship with European Alignment on new IP
services and joint selling London, UK, 12 June 2003 - In a significant expansion of their long-standing
strategic relationship, BT and Cisco Systems Inc. (NASDAQ: CSCO) signed
a Letter of Intent announcing a joint initiative to further align their
technology, sales and marketing focus in the UK and Europe. Under the
LOI, BT and Cisco will jointly cooperate on and sell a range of new converged
IP based services . The companies will also be working very closely together
on strategic projects and will embark on a series of joint marketing programmes
over the summer.
Upgrades Its Network With Cisco Ons 15454 Mspps To Improve Network Efficiencies
And Support Data Services SAN JOSE, Calif., + ATLANTA, June 2, 2003 –– Cisco Systems,
Inc. (NASDAQ: CSCO), today announced that BellSouth® has selected
the Cisco® ONS 15454 SONET Multiservice Provisioning Platform (MSPP)
as part of the company’s plans to migrate from a traditional Synchronous
Optical Network (SONET) network to a more cost-effective, highly flexible,
and scalable optical infrastructure. This network transformation strategy
will enhance BellSouth’s already extensive optical network to support
new data services such as metro Ethernet as well as allow increased customer
service flexibility, including enhanced service-level agreements and incremental
Accelerates Momentum to Help Drive Success for Service Providers ATLANTA + SAN JOSE, Calif., – June 2, 2003 – Cisco Systems,
Inc. (NASDAQ: CSCO), today made several strategic announcements, furthering
its momentum and commitment to the service provider market. Executing
on all three elements of its strategy to work with service providers to
build, deploy and generate demand for new and profitable services, Cisco®
announced new customer deployments, technology and service advancements,
and marketing relationships, all at the Supercomm 2003 Conference in Atlanta.
Advances Integration of Wired and Wireless LANs with Introduction of Structured
Wireless-Aware Network Framework SAN JOSE, Calif. - June 2, 2003 - Cisco Systems, Inc. today introduced
the Structured Wireless-Aware Network, a framework for an integrated highly
secure wired and wireless network. This framework extends Cisco’s
leadership in local area networking (LAN) infrastructure capabilities
to the wireless LAN and provides the security, scalability, and reliability
that customers depend on to enable core business applications. The advantages
of a “wireless-aware” Cisco switch and router infrastructure
combined with a Cisco wireless network include a common management and
robust security scheme, simplified deployment and operation, centralized
control and configuration of thousands of networking devices, the ability
to detect rogue access points, fast, secure roaming for mobile applications
and self-healing networks for improved wireless up-time.
Eden Project Adopts Converged Communications Platform From BT and Cisco
Systems London, May 28, 2003 -- BT Convergent Solutions (BT CS) and Cisco
Systems today announced the roll-out of a new IP Telephony system for
the Eden Project, the UK's third most successful visitor attraction and
Cornish home to the largest geodesic conservatories, or biomes, in the
world. Deployment of the new system will generate £500,000 in new
service revenues for BT CS.
Extends Leadership in Integrated Network Security SAN JOSE, Calif., May 20, 2003 - Cisco Systems, Inc. today announced
14 security solutions and services that will help customers of all sizes
to make their networked business-critical resources more resilient and
operationally efficient. Additions to this integrated security portfolio
include security management, virtual private network (VPN), and advanced
threat protection offerings.
of Central England selects Cisco Systems for new network infrastructure LONDON, England - May 15, 2003: Cisco Systems today announced that
the University of Central England (UCE) has selected Cisco switching technology
to underpin a new 10 Gigabit Ethernet based network infrastructure following
an extensive evaluation of multiple vendors. UCE is deploying a complete
new campus network from core to edge supporting over 5,000 ports. The
campus network will link UCE's seven sites across Birmingham, the high-speed
inter-site links being provided by Telewest Communications. UCE is working
closely with Cisco Premier Partner, Synetrix to integrate the network.
Systems Reports Third Quarter Earnings SAN JOSE, Calif., May 6, 2003 - Cisco Systems, Inc., the worldwide
leader in networking for the Internet, today reported its third quarter
results for the period ended April 26, 2003.Net sales for the third quarter
of fiscal 2003 were $4.6 billion, compared with $4.8 billion for the third
quarter of fiscal 2002, a decrease of 4.2 percent, and compared with $4.7
billion for the second quarter of fiscal 2003.
raises the bar in stackable switching, introduces Catalyst 3750 series
with Cisco Stackwise technology LAS VEGAS, Nevada - Cisco Worldwide Partner Summit--April 15, 2003
- Cisco Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ: CSCO) today announced its next-generation
stackable switch platform, the Cisco® Catalyst® 3750 Series with
Cisco StackWise Technology, raising the bar in desktop switching.
This new product line provides unprecedented stackable resiliency and
ease of operation while delivering Gigabit Ethernet performance. It allows
mid-sized organizations and enterprise branch offices to significantly
increase the operating efficiency of their local-area networks (LANs)
while enabling them to adapt to changing business needs.
Upgrades its Storage Networking Portfolio with IP Storage LONDON, April 15, 2003 - Cisco has introduced three IP storage networking
products that will allow customers to cost effectively expand their Fibre
Channel storage area networks (SANs) to additional servers and applications
within data centers and departments across local, metro, and wide area
Edition of 'CMA Preferred Terms' booklet launched in conjunction with
Cisco Systems London - April 2, 2003 - CMA's fourth edition of its definitive guide
to ICT terminology has today been launched to help communications workers
cut through the endless jargon associated with telecommunications, now
made even more challenging by the convergence of voice, data and video
on a single network. Although highly regarded throughout the industry,
the current edition is now three years old and much has changed in that
endorses conference productivity The British Chambers of Commerce ("BCC") today announced
that Cisco Sytems, worldwide leader in networking for the Internet, is
to sponsor its annual conference and exhibition, to be held at the QE2
Conference Centre, London, 31st March - 1st April 2003...
Extends PIX Family of Integrated Security Appliances
LONDON, UK, March 17, 2003 - Cisco Systems, Inc. today announced enhancements
to the Cisco® PIX® Family of security appliances that extend the
value of customer's security infrastructure investments. Additions to
the family include new performance...
Introduces the Cisco 7301 Router - the Industry's Most Robust Single-Rack-Unit
Router for the Customer Network Edge
SAN JOSE, Calif., February 12, 2003 - Cisco Systems®, Inc. (NASDAQ:
CSCO), today introduced the compact Cisco® 7301 Series router, designed as the
industrys highest-performing single-rack-unit router built for customer-edge applications
such as the Internet/campus gateway or service provider managed services. The Cisco
7301 is part of the Cisco 7300 Series routers, which are optimized for flexible, feature-rich
IP/MPLS services at the customer network edge where service providers and enterprises