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Cisco Routing System undergoes upgrade

Cisco Routing System undergoes upgrade
Cisco is rolling out new CRS-3 Carrier Routing System associated with unprecedented integrated features. Additionally, Cisco has announced, that its Cisco CRS-3 Carrier Routing System is being adopted by users faster than its CRS-1 platform.
By facilitating the delivery of compelling new experiences for consumers, new revenue segments for service providers, and new algorithms to collaborate in the workplace, the Cisco CRS-3 was created to change the entire broadband communications and entertainment industry.

Cisco's cumulative investment in the Cisco CRS Family is $1.72 billion, which fully demonstrate company’s devotion to get the Internet networking leadership. “Simply put, the CRS-3 was designed with the future in mind. The strong market response to the CRS-3 validates our belief that this platform is the foundation for the next-generation Internet,” stated Pankaj Patel , senior Vice President of Cisco. “Unlike competitive offerings that require refreshers, upgrades or even full replacements within just a few years, the Cisco CRS platform was designed to seamlessly accommodate the extraordinary growth of video traffic.”

During previous year Cisco has delivered CRS-3 units to more than 80 global service providers in about 30 countries. Cisco CRS units have been shipped to more than 450 service providers in more than 80 countries since 2004. Delivering ample bandwidth to support a basic video conference call with every person on earth simultaneously, Cisco has shipped 7.5 petabits per second of core bandwidth capacity to these CRS platform customers.

In May 2010, Cisco has announced the financial results for the third quarter of FY 2010 that were above expectations – such as 63 percent increase in income for the three-month period ending May 1, 2010. The company’s highlights for the quarter included net sales of $10.4 billion, net income of $2.2 billion or $.37 per share, and non-GAAP net income of $2.5 billion or $0.42 per share.

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