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May 13- Network equipment maker Cisco Systems Inc's quarterly profit was a cent ahead of market estimates as new switches, routers, wireless gear and servers drove demand. Cisco is transitioning towards a cycle of high-end switches and routers. Switching business accounted for more than a third of Cisco's revenue while the routing business brought in nearly a...
May 13- Network equipment maker Cisco Systems Inc reported a 5.1 percent rise in quarterly revenue, helped by demand for its switching equipment and routers. The company's net profit rose to $2.44 billion, or 47 cents per share, in the third quarter ended April 25, from $2.18 billion, or 42 cents per share, a year earlier. Revenue increased to $12.14 billion from...
This is what Ken Leon, global head of equity research at S&P Capital IQ is waiting to hear from Cisco earnings after the bell.
A new start-up called Doughbies delivers handmade cookies in 20 minutes or less.
The auction for bankrupt electronic retailer RadioShack's name and customer data will resume, despite objections.
Here's a peek at what consumers can expect from the Verizon-AOL deal.
CHIP is a $9 computer that allows users to play games, surf the web and learn how to build code.
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Chris Morris, associate vice president at IDC's Asia Pacific ICT Services Group, discusses how companies are coping with the need for infrastructure changes amid technological developments.
Mike Sheldon, president and CEO of Curvature, speaks to CNBC about the business of buying, refurbishing and reselling high-end IT equipment.
May 7- Nvidia Corp forecast lower-than-expected revenue for the second quarter, weighed down by lower demand for its graphic processor units due to a fall in personal computer sales and a strong dollar. A strong dollar, which has risen about 9 percent against a basket of major currencies, also contributed to Nvidia's weak results and forecast.
May 7- Nvidia Corp forecast lower-than-expected revenue for the second quarter, weighed down by lower demand for its graphic processor units due to a fall in personal computer sales and a stronger dollar. Nvidia, which competes with Advanced Micro Devices Inc and Intel Corp, forecast second-quarter revenue of $1.01 billion, plus or minus two percent, below the...
May 7- Nvidia Corp posted a 4.4 percent rise in quarterly revenue, as the graphics-chip maker moves beyond supplying chips for personal computers to focus on processors for cars and cloud computing. Nvidia's net income fell to $134 million, or 24 cents per share, for the first quarter ended April 26, from $137 million, or 24 cents per share, a year earlier.
While the drone industry may have taken a step forward this week, it still has a long way to go, PrecisionHawk drone maker Ernest Earon says.
After adding positions to the core holdings in his fund Lew Piantedosi, portfolio manager at Eaton Vance says Google is the best investment from now until year-end.
LinkedIn was awarded 1.5 million square feet to expand its offices, The New York Times reports.
The Apple Watch could help you jump hotel lines and even order room service, says Travel Tipper's Steffan Berelowitz.
Beyond Zero founder Jason Sherman pitches his start-up to a panel of experts on CNBC.
Will Alibaba continue to benefit from current tailwinds? RJ Hottovy, strategist at Morningstar previews its earnings report.
May 5- Nvidia Corp said it would wind down its Icera modem operations, and was open to a sale of the technology or operations. Nvidia said it expects to partner with third-party modem suppliers, and will no longer develop its own. The company completed the acquisition of Icera Inc for $352.2 million in June 2011.
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