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Transcript of Cisco
PwC also provides consulting services. Cisco's fiscal year ended on July 30, 2011.
Assets are depreciated using a straight line method.
Inventories are valued using a first-in, first-out method (FIFO). Current Ratio: 3.27
Account Receivable Ratio: 9.58 Advanced Gateway Server (AGS) was the first marketed product of the company. 52 week high: $21.30
52 week low: $13.30 Yesterday's closing price: $16.69 We recommend Cisco as a long-term investment. Financial Accounting 1A Instructor: Joe Torretto 1984·
founding of Cisco 1986·
ships out its first product 1994·
revenues exceed $1 billion 1985 logo 1990 logo 1996 logo 1993·
acquires Crescendo Communications 1994·
acquires Kalpana 1995·
John Chambers is named CEO 1996·
Juniper Networks is founded 1999·
gets into voice networking 1999·
introduces the Catalyst 6500 Ethernet switch 2004·
introduces the Integrated Services Router 2008·
the Nexus 7000 data center switch hits the market 2008·
two lawsuits charge Cisco with aiding the Chinese government 2009·
enters a new market with the Unified Computing System 2009·
added to the Dow 2006 logo 2009·
celebrates 25th anniversary 2011·
forced to cut nonessential product lines and markets 1990·
company goes public 1996·
acquires StrataCom, Inc. for $4.67 billion 1998·
market capitalization passes $100 billion 1999·
acquires 17 businesses 2000·
reaches $450 billion market capitalization Now, Cisco's portfolio of products and services extend into three market segments--corporate market, small business, and the home. Its subsidiaries sell routers, blade switches, and other hardware as well as software, and provide internetworking technology solutions and other services. Cisco's 10 toughest rivals include Juniper, Alcatel-Lucent, HP, Aruba, Polycom, Avaya, Microsoft, Check Point, IBM, and Brocade. Due to the large number of company subsidiaries, Cisco has a lot of international operations. The company's stock is listed on the NASDAQ Stock Market under the ticker symbol CSCO. IronPort Systems Pty Limited (Australia)
Starent Networks Beijing Co, Ltd (China)
Cisco Systems Capital K.K. (Japan)
Cisco International Limited (United Kingdom)
Cisco Malaysia Managed Services Sdn. Bhd
Aironet Canada Inc. (Canada) Some of Cisco's subsidiaries: Total: 273 `