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Latest Cisco news

  • Russians want AMD and Intel out

    Russia has been unhappy with Intel and AMD since the US government's spying programme was revealed and routers from Cisco were found to have been intercepted and installed with bugs.
  • NSA exploits a "feature" in iPhone

    The NSA could actually install the software before you actually bought the phone. Already we have seen the NSA intercepting routers from Cisco and installing backdoors.
  • Microsoft leans on US government over NSA

    Microsoft is not the only one which might threaten to cut off US politicians gravy train of political funding if it does not do what it is told. Cisco Systems' CEO John Chambers is also jolly cross.
  • Confusion hits the networking market

    Dell'Oro  said that “data centre switching paused as Cisco’s Nexus 9000 product transition continued
  • US arrests Chinese hack suspects

    Last week the NSA was caught opening the boxes of Cisco routers to install spyware, so the arrests have served to distract the American press a little and allow it to pretend to be a victim again.
  • Cisco tells Obama "hands off our routers"

    Cisco Systems' chief executive officer has dashed off a stiffly worded letter to President Barack Obama telling him to stop buggering up the company routers with NSA spyware.
  • Cisco kid gets all slow on the draw

    Industry bellwether and network bits supplier also known as Cisco surprised the cocaine nose jobs of Wall Street by posting a shallower-than-expected 5.5 percent drop in quarterly revenue.
  • Router makers hide backdoor

    Router makers including Netgear, Cisco and Diamond have decided that rather than fixing a backdoor to their products it is better that they just plant a tree over the entrance and hope no one sees it.
  • Cisco accused of human rights abuses

    The EFF has asked a US court to allow Cisco to be sued for its role in contributing to human rights abuses against the Falun Gong religious minority in China.
  • Intel could be next target for pro-gay marriage campaigners

    According to Hot Air and using the LA Times's blacklist database, Nate Silver ran the numbers on donations from people who work at Fortune 500 Silicon Valley companies and discovered that a majority of every company's employees donated towards defeating the ban.
  • Cisco charges onto the cloud

    Networking giant Cisco has said that it wants to offer cloud computing services and is writing a billion dollar cheque over the next two years.
  • US rewards tech giants for hiding money

    This means that Apple, Microsoft, Google and Cisco Systems hold a large proportion of the $254.9 billion held in their foreign subsidiaries in US Treasuries.
  • Activist wants to stop Juniper being nice to staff

    It thinks that the share price could be worth up to $40, compared to $25.50 currently. However, no one will want to work at the company, and it will lose technology ground to Cisco, but hey, shareholders will get more money.
  • Huawei products do have backdoors

    It looks like the NSA can use zero-day exploits to spy on communications passing through the switches and routers of all the world's largest networking vendors, Dell Cisco, Juniper Networks and Huawei.
  • Begun the Android wars have

    Right now, the law favours Rockstar. In April, America’s patent appeals court ruled Cisco could not sue to protect its customers from patent infringements suits targeting customers that used its routers. This precedent would mean that Google is not allowed to protect its customers.
  • Huawei expects a 4G killing

    But it is starting to look as if the Chinese are unstoppable outside the US and EU where Cisco has paranoid governments on its side.
  • IT multinationals put in political oar

    CommentOmissions from the list of the multinationals are Cisco and Intel, but let’s not get our knickers in a twist about this. The companies that have signed to the letter claim there are five principles that should be the pillars of “good practice
  • HP enterprise sales spark recovery hope

    To be fair expectations were low, after HP had a miserable third-quarter performance, and after rivals such as IBM and Cisco had reported poor results.

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