back to article Cisco: We warned months ago our sales would be a bit glum, we did not disappoint, and don't expect changes soon. PS: We axed Cisco Live Oz

As feared, Cisco saw its sales slip slightly from last quarter as customers held off on buying new network and comms gear. For the second quarter of Switchzilla's fiscal 2020, which ended January 25: Revenues of $12bn were down four per cent from $12.4bn in Q2 2019. The returns were in line with the dip Cisco had forecast, …

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  2. Anonymous Coward
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    This is what happens when you make your switch customers buy software they don't need or want just to try to fill the sales figures. Also forcing customers to allow products to call home to the Cisco mother ship to verify licenses. Imagine your TOR switches suddenly deciding there's an error or Cisco getting their data mixed up and your switches now all of a sudden drop half their licensing ! Utter madness.

    I used to be a bit of a Cisco fan but the last 5 years has been very difficult and I've had enough. Juniper it is now.

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