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"There's still a lack of belief about the number of things and devices that are going to be connected and the value that our customers and country leaders around the world are going to see from these connections," Robbins told CNBC's "Squawk on the Street. "
"I believe that's going to happen much more quickly than anyone believes and the value from those connections is going to be greater than anybody believes," he said.
Robbins said that, as more devices become connected, customers will be demanding more security and more ways to deal with threats.
"The key thing to understand relative to how customer environments are changing over the next three-to-five years is that everything is becoming hyper-distributed. We're connecting things that have never been connected before, so the whole notion of a premise-based enterprise is disappearing," he said.
"The consistent technology across that entire infrastructure is the network, so the importance of the network as it relates to security is only going up, which is why last quarter our business grew 17 percent; it's also one that lends itself to subscriptions and software, which is an important move in our business, but as we look to the future, what customers really want is to be able to dynamically defend themselves against threats."