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Cisco to restructure, kill Flip business

April 12th, 2011

Today, Cisco announced plans to restructure its business, noting that it will kill off parts of its consumer vertical in an effort to focus on core routing, switching and services, collaboration, architectures, and video. The Flip video camera line will be one casualty of the restructuring, although Cisco says that it will provide current FlipShare customers …

Cisco to offer Wi-Fi-enabled Flip, enterprise video transcoding, and iOS video app

June 30th, 2010

Cisco’s annual networking conference, Cisco Live!, is in full swing and the networking giant is unveiling the initial details on several upcoming video-oriented products. For consumer video camera buffs, Cisco is working on a Wi-Fi-enabled version of its popular Flip Video camera. Details are sparse but senior vice president of emerging technologies, Marthin De Beer, …

Cisco Cius: An Android tablet with video conferencing for business types

June 29th, 2010

The iPad might be the cool tablet to own, but for busy business people who really need to get things done, there are things like the Cisco Cius. Announced today, the Cius is what Cisco likes to calls a “mobile collaboration business tablet.” Based on Android, the Cius weighs in at 1.15lbs. and features a 7″ touchscreen …

AT&T 3G MicroCells finally going national?

April 16th, 2010

Want to know what’s in those boxes pictured above? We bet you do, and since we love you, we’re going to tell you. They’re AT&T 3G MicroCells. According to several of our AT&T connects, they’ve hot off the delivery truck as AT&T’s national 3G MicroCell rollout has finally begun. Now, we should caution you that we’ve …

Live from CTIA 2010’s day two keynote with Sprint CEO Dan Hesse

March 24th, 2010

Day two’s CTIA keynote speakers are as follows: Dan Hesse, CEO Sprint Nextel Corporation, William Morrow, CEO Clearwire Corporation, Réne Obermann, CEO Deutsche Telekom AG, Jon Stanton, Chairman of the Board Trilogy International Partners, and Padmasree Warrior, CTO Cisco. Hit the break for the live updates!

Cisco dumps its WiMAX base station and modem business

March 10th, 2010

Clearwire may be optimistic about the growth of WiMAX in 2010 and beyond but network hardware manufacturers are a bit more bearish on the 4G wireless technology. Last month, Alcatel Lucent announced it will be scaling back on its WiMAX equipment and focusing on LTE; while popular WiMAX chipset maker Beceem introduced a new WiMAX/LTE …

Cisco to push the Internet into overdrive?

February 26th, 2010

A circulating rumor suggests that Cisco is developing a new technology to give the Internet a major speed boost. Details on this rumored technology are sparse but Cisco claims it will “forever change the Internet” and will “show what’s possible when networking gets an adrenaline boost.” The new technology will target telecommunication service providers and …