Cisco, with its multitude of networking technologies, is leading in the world of networking. But even with its success, the company’s CEO John Chambers announced his commitment on making the company the “number one IT company.“
On Thursday, Cisco ended its business with Goldman Sachs Technology and Internet Conference after sensing a weakness in their earnings with the companies; Cisco explains that things will improve quickly and securely with a possibility profit of $ 19 trillion and with the confidence of company being computerized.
“It is the most fundamental change. You’d almost call it the second generation of the Internet,” stated Chambers.
Emphasizing some more on the cloud, Chamber claimed the company will continue to get itself wrapped up in every event, constituting a new stage of change in this digital world no matter what the new tech rears its head in the future; be it something that will be favorable to the company, or not.
“We’re back in vogue,” Chambers quipped. “It’s like the 1990s all over again.”
Chambers indicated with emphasis that the Internet of Things was merely not “just a fringe topic” at the 2015 Consumer Electronics Show this year , but it happened to be the most important topic discussed in the forum .
Cisco’s own publicity at CES was a little subdued this year, although the Internet of Things is the center of attention of the networking giant today.
Cisco will supply the technology for Charter’s upcoming next-generation video platform which was announced as Chambers made an appearance with Charter communications CEO Thomas Rutledge. Cisco had earned its publicity at the trade show along with a partnership with Vodafone-owned Kabel Deutschland (KD), Germany’s largest cable operator, performing as the foundation for KD’s many video services. The contract includes an agreement that KD’s future video service will utilize Cisco-branded connected devices to set up a “video-hub for the home.”
“Every person, your home, your car, the way you do healthcare, your sporting activities will become connected,” Chambers had stated in January. “It’s disrupt or be disrupted.”